Discover Your Roots with Shweta Subram’s India

Immediate Release Aug 2015

The well-known Indo-Canadian singer, Shweta Subram, has a gift for you to celebrate India’s 69th Independence Day. In collaboration with Qyuki and the American composer, Ken Coleman, Shweta presents India – a catchy ballad about someone discovering herself in India. The song has been produced by Ken and Peter Young.
Throughout all of history, India has watered the root of every spiritual tradition and attracted mystics and seekers asking the question “Who am I?” India is about one such seeker returning to the land of her ancestral roots. The song is composed with a unique fusion of Western and Indian instrumentation and features the sitar maestro Ravi Chary, Debu Nayak on tabla, Preetinder Singh Dhinsa on taus, Bob Hatter on guitar, David Santos on bass, and Peter Young on drums from Nashville ,TN. This project was recorded in Mumbai, Nashville @ Ultra Audio Productions, Northern Virginia, and Ottawa and mixed and mastered by Nicolas Laget.
The music video showcases Shweta as she blissfully wanders in solitude and reminisces her journey in India. The video producer, Jibran Khan, blended in shots of various Indian attractions to present a seamless journey as the song progresses.
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Shweta Subram has brought Indian music to the mainstream North American audience through her collaboration with The Piano Guys. In addition, she has lent her voice for Dil-e-Nadaan with Ayushmann Khurrana for Hawaizaada, performed at the IIFA Awards with Salim-Sulaiman, featured with Shankar Tucker for Mere Saajan Sun Sun, and has released a tribute to evolution of Bollywood music. She performed the Indian and Canadian national anthems alongside India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Canada’s Prime Minister Stephen Harper when the former visited Canada, and is the youngest vocalist of South Asian origin to have performed at the esteemed Carnegie Hall in New York.