Shannon K returns with new album ‘Perpetual’

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Indian teen-pop sensation, Shannon K, has returned with the release of her album, Perpetual, which digs a little deeper into the world of human emotion.

Being the daughter of legendary Bollywood singer, Kumar Sanu, music was in Shannon’s blood and now she is forging a career for herself with her brand of highly listenable, contemporary pop that is sure to appeal to the masses.

Since her Father was often away on tour, displaying his skills to the world whilst Shannon was growing up, she found that she missed him dearly and this formed an emotional connection that seems to have permeated its way into her new introspective and highly emotional songs.

You can listen to Perpetual here on Spotify:

Shannon herself has travelled too, moving to London at the age of 6, but then voyaging on to America where she sought to spread her music to a wider audience. Modern popular music has without a doubt taken its influence on Shannon who looks up to the likes of Justin Bieber, Adele, Bruno Mars and Whitney Houston when writing her music. One of the new tracks, ‘Pretty Eyes’ is actually written about Justin Bieber himself! However, credit should be given where it is due and some should go to Shannon’s younger sister, Annabel, who has assisted her in the songwriting process.

Found out more on Shannon K here:

Links:

https://m.facebook.com/Shannonksinger/

https://www.instagram.com/k_shann0n/

https://twitter.com/singershannonk

http://shannonkmusic.com/

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJghKzUZVmqJGyDPkYatt_Q

 

 

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