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Single Review: Apoorva – “The Door is Always Open”

Released in April, ‘The door is always open’ exhibits an authentic soundscape by Apoorva.

Eclectic singer-songwriter Apoorva is spreading her musical aura with the debut soundtrack,’ The door is always open.’ Stunning with enriching melodies, the 3-minute track came out on streaming platforms in April. ‘The door is always open’ features captivating vocals and inspiring lyrics by Apoorva, who collaborated with producer William Clay (Lewisville, TX) and Dubway Studios in creating the masterpiece. A compelling release, it is bound to draw listeners through a trance-like moment. It also shows that anything is musically possible – R&B and Soul can be fused beautifully with New Age elements. The track conveys that when it comes to life possibilities, the sky is the limit.

A standout amidst many rising names, Apoorva grew up having a passion for music, drawing influences from notable musicians like Sade and Enya. Because of social pressure, she was seen pursuing the medical field. But after getting accepted into a post-baccalaureate program, she realized that it was not for her. So she bravely turned down the program and pursued music full-time. Apoorva is an Indian-American musician, and she hopes to represent those who feel out of place, especially the other Indian Americans. She wishes to break the barrier and let everyone know that no matter where you came from, you belong.

‘The door is always open’ is now available for streaming. Make sure to check it out via your favorite streaming platform. And follow Apoorva to discover more about her endeavors.

 

https://www.instagram.com/this.is.apoorva/

https://open.spotify.com/album/2MyYl8ePszZLH81MiuSQ0g

Connect now:
https://linktr.ee/this.is.apoorva

 

 

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