Chicago-based singer-songwriter, Shuba, has emerged over the last twelve months as one of the most vibrant and alluring R&B stars in some time. Though Shuba’s music is the kind of immediate champagne R&B pop we’ve come to expect from the likes of Ariana Grande and Rihanna, as an artist she is incredibly down-to-earth and creates music to which her audience can immediately relate.Stupid is a track which fits into the commercial mainstream landscape with ease and is sure to appeal to young audiences worldwide, with Shuba’s stunningly lush vocals and the song’s deliciously catchy chorus and slick production. Listen here
As an Indian girl growing up in the U.S., Shuba has always mixed with people from hugely diverse backgrounds and has taken her natural charm and personality into her music so that it appeals to lovers of a wide range of styles from 90’s pop to R&B to hip-hop and soul. By also subtly incorporating Asian rhythms into her work, Shuba has a sound that, though familiar, is immediately her own. Having already worked with Matt Hennessey (Beyoncé; John Legend) and Zak Fox (Chance the Rapper), she is already establishing a loyal fanbase and has played not only as support for the hugely successful Train but also on national television on American Idol.
Stupid is released on Friday 26/1/18 and is the first taste of her forthcoming self-titled EP, due in late February 2018.