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Indie Pop Artist Shelita Is Back With New Single “Religion!”

Indie pop artist Shelita has just released “Religion!” her first track of the year. The song bends genres with its sensual vocal mashup of hip-hop and trap elements and features ASMR triggers that evoke pleasurable emotions for the listener.

Listen to the single “Religion!”

Shelita’s unique vocal delivery evokes a strange beauty. She channels elements of Bjork’s celestial tone and Beyoncé’s vocal acrobatics creating an intimate yet powerful performance all her own. She made her first appearance in the pop urban music scene charting #14 on Billboard’s Next Big Sound Chart in February 2017.

Shelita has been a trailblazer in adopting new technologies, including blockchain, to show the world a new artist model that puts artists first. She is the archetype of what is possible for modern creatives. Raised in Seattle, she left for Europe to pursue a music career and tour the world playing over 150 shows as a recording artist.

IN SHELITA’S WORDS: “This song has magic that only music can describe. I poured my whole being and heart into this one. Sometimes you are so in love with someone and it is a divine experience that takes you to a higher place that is hard to put into words, in this song I wanted to write and deliver something that captured that feeling.

I was so excited after I wrote this song that I called up some of my friends and played it for them over the phone and they kept saying that there was something about this song that just took them to a different place. One of those people I called was the person I wrote the song for and let’s just say wedding bells may be ringing soon… ”

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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