‘The mood in the album is happy and positive. It celebrates inclusiveness'
Talking about what brought the album a Grammy nomination, the singer explains, “The album was written keeping all children in mind regardless of their race, backgrounds or ethnicity. It was meant to be a fun album for children that would uplift them amid the pandemic. These are really difficult times for children. The mood of the album is happy and positive and it celebrates unity, inclusiveness and how our world can be conceived as colourful. My music is all about transcending boundaries and I feel music can really connect people. That really makes me happy as an artiste and it is gratifying. ”
The album was made by people from diverse ethnic and musical backgrounds. I think that is the message that resonated with the community and hence the nomination.” Falguni believes that if Grammys go online, it will not affect her as a musician, “The potential for future collaborations is always there, whether the Grammys are in person or virtually,” she says.
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