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Listen to ‘How We Feel’ by Mahati Subramaniam

Singer-Songwriter Mahati Subramaniam’s debut single ‘How We Feel’ beautifully captures the lives of tweens in today’s time, who often face problems in expressing and sharing their thoughts and feelings. The song is a musical treat to witness the singer play the Violin, Piano and perform a gymnastics routine. 

Tanya Sujan | BeatCurry Team 

 

The third generation artist, coming from the distinguished family of The Subramaniams’ & the first family of Classical Music in India, Mahati, a 10-year-old Singer, Songwriter, Violinist and Pianist has released her debut music, ‘How we Feel’. Mahati is the granddaughter of the music industry stalwarts, Dr L Subramaniam and Kavita Krishnamurthi Subramaniam and the daughter of Bindu Subramaniam, an acclaimed artist who is also the Co-Founder & CEO of SaPa.

 

Besides composing, writing and singing the song, Mahati has also played the violin and performed gymnastics in the music video. She’s been working towards her dream of becoming a professional artist since the young age of 3. As part of her training, she joined SaPa, where she has been performing with the choir since she was 3 years old. Having taken part in various ensembles and worked with leading artists including Aruna Sairam, The ThayirSadam Project (a Carnatic fusion collective) and many more, the young artist has been gaining professional exposure to music at an early age.

 

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Talking of her latest single, ‘How We Feel’, with an appealing production, mixing and a pleasant voice, the song has an exceptional groove and feel that could keep you humming all day, due to its catchy beats. The voice of the artist is nothing but delightful, ear-catching and captivating. Seeing her, being this talented at such a young age, gives us all an idea about how she is ready to conquer the world by her exceptional musical capabilities.

 

Apart from this, she is also seen showcasing her impeccable gymnastic skills in the music video, which is quite interestingly done. ‘How We Feel’ portrays and sends out the message that tweens and teenagers who feel the way they do, aren’t alone. Their emotions and feelings are valid and reasonable. It spreads the message of being brave, courageous and strong at moments where teenagers don’t talk about. Even though they have their loved ones always around them, they also need to learn how to prioritize and love themselves at their worst. Overall, the three-minute-long song is quite hummable, peppy and refreshing, especially the way it is portrayed.

 

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