Urban/R&B artist Shalini Varghese has released the video for her newest single What it Means to Be! Her latest track is her second collaboration this year with producer/co-writer Savvy, and seeks to inspire the world to come together and overcome isolation with its warm instrumentation and empathetic lyrics. The song was mixed by Jeremy Lawrence and the music video was created by Josh Miller of Enrichment Films. Varghese has become an in-demand performing/recording artist and radio guest as she has performed at L.A. hotspots like the Key Club, Cinespace, House of Blues, and Sofitel. Her collaboration with artists like Savvy has made her an integral contributor to producers seeking set off new tracks.
Varghese is a Cali native and multi-lingual singer whose versatility spans genres from jazz, R&B, EDM, to classical, with the vocal sensibility of an Amy Winehouse and Aaliyah. Drawing early inspiration from Paul Young, Michael Jackson, and Tina Turner, she made her onstage debut at seven as Ariel in The Little Mermaid. She placed first in a vocal competition for her rendition of On My Own from the musical Les Miserable and was a finalist in the National Broadway competition Wanna Be in Rent. In high school, she was selected to sing the National Anthem and Whitney Houston’s Greatest Love at a charity event for Colin Powell, Mary Bono, and former President George Bush. Her newest track displays fresh beats with a throwback R&B and hip-hop vibe to start your 2018 off right.