Shweta Subram become the youngest vocalist of Indian origin to perform at the Carnegie Hall with her performance at the prestigious venue with The Piano Guys. An Indo-Canadian playback singer, she primarily sings in Hindi, though she has also lent her voice to other languages. Shweta is the recipient of multiple awards including the North American Best Singer award.
Her recent performance at the Isaac Stern Auditorium was lauded by the ecstatic audiences trailed by innumerable requests for a follow-up concert. The concert was recorded live for a 2015 album of The Piano Guys whose rendition of Swedish House Mafia’s ‘Don’t You Worry Child’ has crossed 10 million views on YouTube. Along with the performance at Carnegie Hall, Shweta toured with The Piano Guys for sold out shows in Toronto, Montreal, Reading, and Syracuse.
Shweta has umpteen reasons to smile this year having recently made her foray into Bollywood as a playback singer with Ayushmann Khuraana for Hawaizaada, lending her beautiful vocals to the song Dil-E-Nadan. In addition, her acapella tribute showcasing the evolution of Bollywood music has received a phenomenal response across various media, including the BBC Asian network. Shweta has also composed and sang for the background score of Salman Khan’s first international production, Dr. Cabbie. Shweta’s latest masterpiece is a cover of Jeena Jeena from Badlapur, with the talented composer Aakash Gandhi. Shweta’s notable performance from the past includes a feature at the IIFA Awards along with Bollywood maestros Salim-Sulaiman.
Shweta is part of the Qyuki network, a digital broadcast network/ MCN co-founded by Shekhar Kapur, Samir Bangara and AR Rahman. Qyuki works with creators to build their fan following by producing and distributing videos across Youtube and other networks with the aim to create enduring intellectual properties. Qyuki also connects brands with their audiences through unique content marketing initiatives in collaboration with Qyuki artists.
About Qyuki :
Qyuki, a multichannel network founded by Shekhar Kapur, Samir Bangara and A. R. Rahman and global youth media company Fullscreen, today announced an exclusive alliance that becomes one of India’s largest multichannel networks. Indian creators in the Qyuki-Fullscreen network will receive greater opportunities to develop, monetize and distribute their content and leverage technology, production and optimization services from both networks. This partnership, built to enhance talent and content development in India, expands Fullscreen’s footprint within the fastest-growing video consumption market in the world.