“Anybody can relate to the genres I have touched upon, in my album. It’s a way of praying and worshipping God. The idea was to inspire people, to recognize their creator, while at the same time, not come out with a boring spiritual album”. She adds, “I’m from today’s generation, and can relate to this kind of music.” Out of the total six tracks in the album, “Three of the songs have been written and composed by me.”
(Shash Grewal(Shashwati) is a philanthropist and a social worker, who tries to reach out to hurting hearts with scriptural blessings and kindness.)
Coming up is yet another endeavor on similar lines. “ I’ll be working on some more albums but that will again be spiritual music in a contemporary packaging,” shares the Sangeet Ratna awardee in Togore’s works. “The proceeds of the album will go towards leprosy patients, orphans and widows through the NGOs I run,” chips in Dr. James Chacko, Ph.D, founder and lead Pastor, while accompanying her.