Nearly 8 years ago, Ranjini began releasing her music via her YouTube channel, as well as on iTunes. This journey included the release of her single, "I Belong To U", a song dedicated to spreading positivity & world peace. Currently, Ranjini has over 1 million views on YouTube.
In wake of this week's recent tragedy, Ranjini would like to team up with an organization to donate 100% of the coming proceeds of "I Belong To U". Said organization would be promoted through Ranjini's social media platforms, which combined is over 10,000 followers, and through her professional website.
"I am heart broken by the news of the Orlando shooting," said Ranjini. "After seeing the outpouring of compassion & generosity, I knew I could help too. I strongly believe music can be a driving force that unifies people beyond their differences. 'I Belong To U' is about creating world peace & becoming unified, which I think is extremely needed in today's times."
Ranjini is an Indian-American recording artist & songwriter. Born & raised in Richmond, Virginia, Ranjini first began singing under the tutelage of her mother, Uma Ettigi, who taught her Indian classical vocal.
Ranjini is also a classically trained pianist and includes the piano in her live performances. Her humanitarian single “I Belong To U” was officially released in February 2013.
Her March 2016 single, “Could It Be” featuring platinum selling Hip-Hop artist Driicky Graham ("Snapbacks & Tattoos"), is Ranjini’s latest single released on QwiLite Records. Ranjini continues to perform throughout the US, Canada, & India. Ranjini writes or co-writes much of her own music with Grammy award winning producer Quincy Patrick.
Her signature sound is a blend of mainstream Pop and subtle Indian nuances setting her apart from other female artists in the industry.