Chandra’s “Pretty” is an Empowering Anthem for Self-Acceptance

Chandra’s new single “Pretty” is an empowering anthem for self-acceptance. The song features a catchy melody, upbeat tempo, and powerful lyrics that explore the concept of beauty as authenticity rather than conformity to societal norms.

Chandra’s vocals are expressive and soulful, and the instrumentation is top-notch, with a blend of electric guitars, drums, and bass that perfectly complements the song’s message. The song is a reminder that we should all strive to create a world where we can simply be ourselves, without fear of judgment or discrimination.

Chandra has a personal connection to the theme of self-acceptance, having faced hurtful slurs as a mixed-race child and later expressing individuality with spiky hair and eyeliner as a teenager. Through “Pretty,” he passionately advocates for a more accepting world where differences are celebrated, enabling society to grow and progress.

Influenced by iconic artists like The Beatles, Bowie, and The Carpenters, Chandra’s music reflects a blend of classic and contemporary styles. With a rich musical background, including fronting the alt-rock band Circa, Chandra’s performances have consistently impressed.

“Pretty” is an empowering anthem, urging listeners to embrace self-acceptance and challenge societal norms. Its infectious melody and powerful message make it a must-listen for those who appreciate emotionally charged tracks. Through this captivating single, Chandra inspires us to celebrate the beauty of individuality and pave the way for a more compassionate and accepting world.

Not only has Chandra pour his heart into the song, but he also dedicated himself to put up a video with a diverse cast of people. This was a necessity as he was bent on emphasizing on the them of the song.

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