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8/18/20

Hailing from India, Ananya Birla recently released her first international single, “Let There Be Love.” Produced by Grammy-winning producer Aaron Pearce (Fifth Harmony, Justin Bieber, Pitbull) and mastered by Dave Kutch (Beyoncé, Miley Cyrus, Justin Timberlake), the electro-pop track arrived on 7/31 and is filled with nostalgic elements.

“’Let there be love’ is all about the beautiful things that can blossom out of the darkest times. This time away from home reminded me again that love is really all there is and what everything comes down to,” said Birla, who is India’s biggest selling English language pop artist.

Now based in L.A., the singer/songwriter has already topped the charts in India and with her latest track, she’s appearing on major playlists across the U.S., U.K., UAE and South East Asia, including Apple Music’s Best of 2018.

Additionally, she’s the first Indian artist to be featured on Sirius XM’s Hits 1 and impacted the station a week prior to release. “When I came over to L.A., I wanted to make India proud on a global stage, and to hopefully encourage other young musicians to feel more confident thinking globally with what they create,” adds Birla. The single continues to receive radio support in India and the U.S., including Radio Disney, among others.

Birla is currently managed by Maverick’s Greg Thompson. Stream “Let There Be Love Here” here and check out the lyric video below.