Anjali Asha Conveys Her Emotions Perfectly On “Doomsday”
American singer, Anjali Asha has finally come out with her latest single labeled “Doomsday” off her album with the same name “Doomsday” where she explores anxiety, despair, addiction, terrible friends, destiny etc.
Indo-Fijian/Mexican-American singer displays an interesting character in this new song powered by a rhythm that is both varied and focused.
Sharing her thoughts on the song she says, “I needed to show people their lowest moment doesn’t define them, but their reaction to it does.”
She adds that Doomsday “is about being so consumed in fear that it feels the world is going to end.”
The vocalist takes away her flaws with skill on her new album, infusing her revelations with sophisticated humor and a well-chosen subject.
This is one project you should pay attention to as it is very relatable to each and every person. Make it yours!
Taking you through her journey, Anjali had recently survived a vehicle accident in which her face had been smashed in and torn from her skull due to a drunk driver.
She was left with a LeFort II fracture, a ripped upper lip, a lacerated forehead, chronic nerve damage, and unable to breathe correctly. She was informed she would never be able to sing again since her top jaw, nose, and cheekbones were fractured.
Eventually, she was able to conquer and get through all of these, and guess what., she is back with a full bang. Get to appreciate the song below and follow her on social media via @anjaliasha on Twitter and @anjaliasha_ on Instagram.