India Shawn, a singer-songwriter from Los Angeles, has been working in the business for more than 9 years. As a part of her writing team, Full Circle, she already had writing credits and song placements under her belt before releasing her debut EP, ORIGIN, in 2012. Chris Brown, Diddy-Dirty Money, El Debarge, Keri Hilson, and Monica are just a few of the big names she has collaborated with.
Solange Knowles furthered her influence on the new wave of music in 2013 by included India’s well-known song, “I’m Alive,” on her Saint Heron compilation album. India’s music has spiritual and emotional undertones to it, with a soothing voice that instantly connects to listeners, lyrics that speak to your heart, and brave experimentation with R&B elements.
With the upcoming Outer Limits EP, which she and James Fauntleroy are collaborating on and will release in March 2015, she keeps bringing new energy to the business. Her music’s core offers a unique and sincere spiritual/emotional connection to her listeners while fusing modern and avant-garde components. The music of India Shawn takes you back to a time when listening to music was therapeutic.
According to some, the things that are missing from the current dynamic are musical experiences that provoke thought, move you emotionally, and inspire. India’s debut solo album, “ORIGIN,” is intended to produce awesomely excellent music that is current, clear, and engaging. She was picked out by Kanye West in 2019 to perform as a part of the iconic Sunday Service at Coachella and Anderson.
As she started recording her next chapter, Paak also extended an invitation to go on tour to end the year. India reintroduced herself to the world with her new chapter of music in 2020 with a stream of steady releases, including her most recent singles “Not Too Deep” featuring 6lack and “Moving On” featuring Anderson .Paak. This was after touring with The Free Nationals and making an appearance on NPR’s highly regarded Tiny Desk.