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Womens Month Priya Singh on Lotus FM

Date: Aug 14, 2019

Celebrating Women that inspire, grow, teach, support , comfort, shelter, and are everything and more than we expect





Priya Singh - International recording Artist
 

Priya Singh is a household name in the South African music industry who has recorded 
extensively for radio and television and has many accolades to her credit. Her albums 
“MANZIL” and PYAAR ROCKS recorded in South Africa and India respectively 
were a huge success and continue to be played on the airwaves of Lotus FM and other 
radio stations. Based internationally, she has captivated audiences locally and abroad with 
her music enjoyed across many continents globally and easily accessible on popular digital 
music platforms such www.itunes.com, www.cdbaby and www.amazon.com.

 

 

Singh’s singing career has evolved from child star to an established international 
recording artist. She has been performing as a vocal artist since the age of 10 years and 
has featured at live concerts, recorded for television as well as radio, stealing the hearts 
of many after winning the “Radio Lotus Impressions” song competition in 1992 at the age 
of 12 years and later won the same competition in 1998.

 

Singh shared the stage with internationally acclaimed Bollywood singer Alka Yagnik during 
her SA tour as well as performed at the “Awesome Foursome” concert held in South Africa 
with the likes of Shah Rukh Khan, Rani Mukherjee, Juhi Chawla and Akshay Kumar at the 
Absa stadium, Durban in 1999. Her performance in Hong Kong saw Singh deliver a superb 
rendition of Adele’s “Rolling in the Deep”. Her Hindi version of Whitney Houston’s 
“I will always love you” is an international hit. She also features on a compilation album, 
called “Tula Project” an album of South African indigenous songs. Singh has been 
interviewed on several popular television stations/magazine programmes including SABC3,
Take 5, Eastern Mosaic, Channel-O and SABC2 Morning Live and Sony Entertainment Television 
Asia’s ‘View Asia’ programme.

 



 

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