The Netherlands based songstress is ready to make her presence known with the release of her self-titled 2019 debut, out now. And if her lead single, “Burning For You (Club Mix)” is any indication, the world will be singing and dancing along to her sooner than later.
Her debut single, “Burning For You (Club Mix),” dropped in Fall 2018. Just a few short months after her history with boy bands came full circle opening for O-Town in Portland on their 2018 reunion tour. Sharmila kept the momentum going strong as she said goodbye to 2018 and prepped for a whirlwind in 2019.
Not only did she release the girl power anthem, “Respect Your Body,” but she also has more music up her sleeve. Not only did she release her self-titled in 2019, but already has her sophomore album ready to go. People can look forward to DNA Damage out very soon!
Where are you based?
How long have you been making music?
What genre would you consider your music to be?
What inspired you to pursue a career in music?
Music was always important to me. In my childhood i was interested in performing arts, i took dancelessons for 8 years and was always busy listening to music and dancing everyday until i couldn´t stop as i also wanted to become a professional dancer. Later in life i started writing my own songs and took vocal lessons.
What are your biggest musical influences?
I always loved artists who did sing and dance. My biggest influences were the artists i listened to in my childhood, artists from the tv show Fame, Michael and Janet, Madonna, Paula Abdul.´.
Are you signed to a label or are you an independent artist?
What have been the biggest challenges in your music career?
How many songs or albums have you released to date?
My album ´Sharmila´, singles ´Burning For You (Club Mix)´, ´Respect Your Body´ and ´DNA Damage´.
Can you tell us a few things about your latest release?
My single ´DNA Damage´ will also be the title of my 2nd upcoming album.
Any plans for new music or upcoming projects we should know about?
My album ´DNA Damage´ is coming up and songs i wrote about my daughter Tanisha who died in april from unsafe tapwater in Holland.
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