Creativity is a complex, often elusive process, yet some just have a gift for harnessing emotion, fusing it with words and melody and delivering universal truth in songs.
Esha possesses that gift. In listening to her finely crafted, emotionally charged music it’s hard to believe the heart and the voice behind it belongs to a 15-year- old, but then, creativity isn’t limited by any number. Esha is proof.
With the release of her debut album “Beautiful” in 2016, and her second album, “Dangerous” in 2017, Esha is on her way to creating a name for herself. Her songs carry the emotional depth of Adele and commercial sensibilities of Ed Sheeran, yet her voice possesses a strong, unique edgy quality that truly defies comparison to any other artist.
“Dangerous” shows the evolution of Esha from a tremendously talented young singer/songwriter to a world-class artist. While “Beautiful” was an emotional, intimate diary of a young artist discovering her talent, “Dangerous” is a brave, passionate collection of songs that explores the dangers of love. It is all about risk, empowerment and growth wrapped up in music that dares the listener not to move with the beat, sing along to the catchy hooks or cry with the deep heart wrenching vocal ballads.
With a wisdom beyond her years, Esha has an innate ability to write great songs that tackle complex life experiences, yet she’s often at her most compelling when exploring more personal territory on vulnerable ballads such as “I’m Not Loving You.”
“I’ve always had it in my heart,” she says of her affinity for music. Esha began writing songs when she was only six years old, shorty after being diagnosed with Tourette’s Syndrome. “Music became my therapy. It helped me cope and gave me an outlet for my emotions. And it taught me to dream.”
These days, she’s learned to manage her challenges and isn’t letting anything slow her down as she pursues her music. “I’ve found a way to cope through songwriting,” she says. “When you find something that you really love and put effort and time into it, it can have a positive impact on all areas of your life. You can get so lost in what you love doing that it’s easy to forget about your problems. My advice to others dealing with challenges is to find what you love and let it save you.”
Esha has a lot to channel all her positive energy into as her career is taking off. She’s signed a management deal with the Nashville-based Copeland Tucker Group. Her music video, “Yesterday” already has over 24,000 views in just a few short months. You will also find her featured in the 2017 issue of Destination Magazine and she will be bringing her live show to some very prestigious music festival events in the summer and fall of 2017.
Esha has learned that music is a powerful force and she’s ready to wield it to make a difference. “I hope for my music to make an impact on people,” Esha says. “I want it to touch people and I want them to find something in every song that they can truly relate to.”