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Kupid’s Play to Publish Care Package for Millions

It’s been a crazy year so far. Whether it’s justice issues, food shortages, or the worst global pandemic in generations, people everywhere are agitated and wrung out.

But through this, we’ve learned more clearly than ever that we are all connected. And when we come together, we can achieve amazing things.

That’s why Parvati Magazine, published by Kupid’s Play, is launching its biggest and boldest campaign yet: gifting 50 million people with the tools to support profound positive change. Be a part of it and bring new life to our world: visit

Kupid’s Play Partners with Parvati Foundation to Protect All Life

We are so deeply grateful and proud to state that Kupid’s Play has allied with the international all-volunteer Parvati Foundation working to realize MAPS, the Marine Arctic Peace Sanctuary. MAPS is a 360º initiative to awaken interconnection globally in order to protect all life. By safeguarding the Arctic Ocean, it protects our homes, food and water supplies, global immunity,
economic balance, social stability, and world peace.

The founder of Parvati Foundation is Parvati, a chart-topping, award-winning Canadian musician, author, and educator. She is a catalytic vehicle awakening interconnection for a healthy world. Its all-volunteer team includes world leaders, renowned humanitarians, scientific luminaries, environmental heroes, media moguls, and compassionate citizens everywhere.

GEM: Global Education for MAPS is Parvati Foundation’s and Kupid’s Play’s plan to realize MAPS at the speed required. It activates the most potent catalyst for social change: the hearts of humanity. By harnessing the power of modern media, it awakens interconnection and generates the international momentum of an unstoppable call from citizens and world leaders alike for a healthy world.

Kupid’s Play CEO Volunteers to Serve a Healthy World

Kupid’s Play CEO Rishi Deva is volunteering as a marketing consultant to the international nonprofit Parvati Foundation.

He says, “As a music manager and head of a label, my job has always been to serve the creative flow of the soul of the artist. Travelling to different parts of the world helped me to witness that audiences are alike, no matter where I go. Language ceased to be a boundary. Smiles, music and interconnection became the unifying force, showing me that we are all the same. Yet it was not until I met Parvati [the founder and CEO of Parvati Foundation] that I began to realize who and what I am really serving.”

Read Rishi’s story in “MAPS: A Voice for Everyone” in Parvati Magazine.

Cashbox Canada Cover Story: The Voice of Change

PARVATI: The Voice of Change

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Submitted by Cashbox Canada

Cover Photo Design by Jellyfunk

Photography by Jeff Gerald 

From the dream of a whale to songs at the North Pole, to a vision of peace and a call to stand up for a healthy planet, the Toronto-based singer, producer and activist Parvati is transforming the world.

It’s been seven years since we last spoke to Parvati. At that time, she was just back from the North Pole where she gave the northernmost musical performance ever, to raise awareness of the melting polar ice. Since that interview, the political and environmental climates have changed radically. We have seen a spike in extreme human rights violations as well as unprecedented hurricanes, forest fires, famines, floods and droughts. Yet, Parvati says that with the advancement of technology and the speed at which our environment is changing, this is a pivotal moment in human history when we have never had a greater opportunity to come together as one Earth family. Whether it is by working alongside the United Nations, convincing global leaders to shift to sustainability or touching the hearts of the world through the pop music mainstream, Parvati is the voice of change.

Parvati sings and produces lushly layered dance-pop music and electronic soundscapes, created in her Toronto-based studio. Her single “I Am Light”, released in 2016, boldly weaves sparkling lyrics about enlightenment with hooky pop melodies and dance beats – crystallizing her own musical genre of celestial pop.

The North Pole performance was a game-changer for Parvati. Her first-hand experience of the effects of ice loss in the Arctic led her to found the not-for-profit whose first order of business is MAPS, the Marine Arctic Peace Sanctuary. Her dedication to MAPS is total; she volunteers her time and all her creative work to its immediate realization.

In a time when most female singers go for low, raspy or throaty tones, Parvati’s vocals are open, light and angelic. Her lyrics are lucid, insightful yet conversational. The overall feel is sensual in the purest meaning of the word: awakening the senses themselves. There is an unabashed force of freshness that shines through all of Parvati’s work. Poised to make its mark on the charts, it’s effervescent, hooky, danceable, and at the same time feels deeply timeless.

Cashbox Canada spoke with Parvati about what it means to be a musician championing a global intervention.

Parvati at the North Pole
Parvati at the North Pole

MAPS is the world’s largest marine protected area. Why is it your focus? 

Well, my biggest source of creative inspiration is Nature: its sounds, its rhythms, its voice. It’s symphonic and multidimensionally so rich, open and whole. I strive to express that beauty, power and wisdom in my songs and productions. For me, MAPS is the quintessential expression of that.

MAPS started during an unusually hot Toronto summer when I was planning a musical tour of Asia, but I kept having an intense recurring dream of lying on ice while a blue whale waited for me in the ocean beneath. Some dreams you just dismiss, but this one felt like a call to listen.
So, I told my manager that I needed to postpone my Asia tour and travel instead to perform at the North Pole.

What was that like? 

I sang four songs there – because of the freezing cold, batteries would die almost instantly, so I had to nail each song in one take for the video. In the video of one of the songs, we include some outtake footage of how I had to play the backing tracks from an iPad that was stuffed into my flight suit costume – which was a repurposed WW2 paratrooper suit that I blinged out and painted gold because I performed there as my character Natamba – to keep it warm, because all the other electronics had already failed.

Amazingly, when I arrived in Canada’s most northern village, two Inuit elders greeted me saying they had known I was coming to do healing work for the planet – the whale had told them. Major goosebumps! I realized in that moment that I was playing my part in something vast and purposeful beyond my understanding. Nature’s intelligence works through us when we are willing to listen.

So that’s why protecting the Arctic is so important to you? 

It’s not about me. The rapidly melting polar ice is actually a global crisis that has been under the radar for a long time. People don’t realize this is the source of many of our world’s problems. That is because the polar ice is like our planet’s air conditioning system. It reflects most of the sun’s rays back into space. But it’s melting fast in what scientists are calling a death spiral. It’s a vicious cycle: the more the ice melts, the more the planet heats up, causing more ice to melt. Coral reefs die. The sea levels rise. Coastlines are sinking. Crops are failing. People are starving. Over 1000 children are dying every day because of climate change.

But if the ice is melting, what difference will it really make to create a protected area? Is it just about saving the whales? 

Well, whales are more effective in stopping climate change even than trees, so we have to protect them. I was blown away when I learned that whales play a hugely critical role in balancing our ecosystems. That said, what MAPS does is set the boundary: everybody out. It was actually in a meeting I had with Bob Geldof’s partner in Live Aid, the legendary concert promoter Harvey Goldsmith – he is part of our MAPS production team. He looked at the circle in our logo. I remember how he ran his finger around it several times and said, “This is so simple. Everybody out. Keep off the grass.”

We need to stop interfering and let the ecosystem heal. And what I really love, at the same time, is that by taking Arctic oil off the table, MAPS inspires a global shift to renewable energy. MAPS is a simple and effective solution on so many levels. But it has to happen immediately – before more ice melts. And it is melting fast – there is already 75% less ice in the summer than there was 50 years ago.

As a musician, how do you expect to accomplish something as big as MAPS? 

For me, each creation is like a birth. As a touring musician, I tap into a beautiful field of interconnection where it literally feels like we are all one. So from this perspective, I feel like MAPS is already born. My dream is that each newborn creation grows to serve the world, with its own distinct personality. Now, this exists with the specific intention to awaken an inner call to action in people everywhere and in our world leaders for MAPS.

So I sat down with my label, Kupid’s Play, and asked, “How can we make that happen?” We came up with an innovative public education strategy using my creative work to broadcast MAPS to different people with different interests. I have been going through a massive creative process writing, producing and engineering records that range in tone from peaceful symphonic compositions to feel-good radio singles and EDM tracks – five albums worth of material actually, and four different tours coming up to bring it all to the world.

You touched on something important with “I Am Light”: making an accessible and incredibly uplifting message that mainstream wants to get behind. 

Yeah, it was the first time I heard one of my songs on Top 40 radio alongside Coldplay and Ed Sheeran, which was a really exciting experience. And I was touched to see “I Am Light” play in so many countries where I have not yet toured. The best really is that it all resulted in people feeling inspired to keep their footprint on our planet light. The music video, which has a cameo by my friend Markjan Winnick of “Vikings”, stars Natamba in a story of interconnection and the power to light up the world. “I Am Light” brought awareness to MAPS, so we realized we just needed to take that to a whole new level.

It’s not the first time you’ve used spiritual references in your music. You have a song called “Yoga in the Nightclub”. What role do meditation and yoga play in your work? 

Yoga and meditation are a massive part of my life and are the foundation for all my creative work. I owned a couple of yoga studios in Montreal and Toronto and developed a yoga style called YEM: Yoga As Energy Medicine. YEM gives people a way to feel their connection with the planet. I have a few YEM DVDs, TV content and a YEM book coming out to support this. Plus, the yoga community around the world really gets the importance of caring for others and for our planet. So inspiring them with MAPS is an obvious choice.

“Yoga in the Nightclub”, which I will release for MAPS, is a house track about finding presence everywhere. The music video features a couple of kick-ass superheroes who are a modern take on some of the most potent changemakers in mythological history. They’ll show up in some of my other works too, like a young adult fiction series called Aonani of Avalon that portrays a world protected by MAPS.

How do you go from writing for a three-minute song to writing a full-length book? 

It’s all coming from the same source. There is so much in me that needs to come out. And MAPS is really inspiring! Other than the YEM book, I have a self-help book called Confessions from Your Awakened Self and run Parvati Magazine, which features amazing leaders in multiple fields, from Grammy-winning musicians to Olympic medalists to bestselling authors and influencers. All vehicles to bring MAPS to that many more demographics.

Picture this: Justin Trudeau is on his way to work and hears a news spot about MAPS on CBC. He gets to the office and there are a thousand letters calling for MAPS. At the gym after work, he hears one of my songs on the radio. He gets home to see his wife Sophie doing yoga to a YEM DVD. Then he notices his kids are reading Aonani. When he arrives at work the next day, there on his desk is the MAPS Treaty. He can’t help but sign it.

It’s hard to picture Donald Trump in that scenario. You’ve got to imagine there are going to be those who oppose MAPS. 

I am not in any way interested in politics. and MAPS are non-political and non-partisan. And I literally have no time for any thoughts of opposition. If someone were abusing your mother, you would do all you could to protect her. That is our situation in the Arctic. So that is what I am focused on. It’s been amazing to see how people in Africa and the South Pacific, for example, have resonated with MAPS. Many of our volunteers are from those areas, seeing the effects of the loss of polar ice first hand.

But will that translate to support at the international level? 

Well, a little backstory: has created the Marine Arctic Peace Sanctuary Treaty. That’s a binding, international legal document that closes up a major loophole in the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea so that the entire Arctic can be protected, instead of just a small patch of high seas near the North Pole. When 99 countries sign, MAPS enters into force.

So the big news – we just got our first MAPS Treaty signature, from the Prime Minister of Samoa! We’ve also heard from other Pacific Island states that they would like to sign. The fact that it is countries more than half a world away from the Arctic who show strong support for MAPS just shows that we are all in this together.

You seem to have some heavyweight support behind you. How did this come to be? 
I have a policy that if you don’t ask the answer is no. So I just showed up and asked. I mean, we are talking about a global crisis. Once people know about it they want to help. For example, my manager Rishi Deva and I met Tom Silverman, several years ago, and we hit it off. Tom pioneered hip-hop when he released Planet Rock by Afrika Bambaataa on his label Tommy Boy Records. That kind of conscious hip-hop was a revolution. It was about people coming together to make a positive change in the world. And then on a past visit to the UK, I spent time in Chris Porter’s studio. Chris produced Wham, Pet Shop Boys and many other artists I love. He is currently producing and touring with Robert Fripp and King Crimson, as well as helping to make MAPS a reality.

With, we’ve also been able to ally with scientific luminaries, such as the amazing Dr. Jane Goodall and Dr. Sylvia Earle, Time Magazine’s Hero for the Planet. We have a coalition website now at and many organizations have joined us.joined us.

The problem we are all facing now is huge, but the solution is amazingly simple: MAPS. And it is really easy to help. Everyone can sign and share the MAPS petition at

How do you see the music industry serving the world we live in today? 

From my perspective, the creative process, whether conscious or not, actually taps into a collective field of energy. So much so, that literally what we each do, think and create reflects and shifts the directive of our collective consciousness as a whole. With the power available to us today through the media, the role and corresponding responsibility of artists have never been so relevant. The music industry has undergone profound transformation in the past decade. But we have an opportunity to come together to heal the world through music, and that is what I am committed to.

This reminds me that as I was walking into the BBC in London for a meeting, I bumped into Robbie Williams who was on his way out the door. I spoke to him about having performed at the North Pole and the first thing he asked me was, “What did you sing?” I immediately responded, “My tunes, of course!” We both laughed, knowing that artists give voice to something that cannot be silenced.

People can sign the MAPS petition at, organizations can join the coalition at people can donate to the all-volunteer-run organization at To find out about Parvati’s creative works visit

Originally published at Cashbox Canada

The Voice of Change in Vietnam

Parvati and her music and activism are featured in this article on YAN Media.

Bạn sẽ làm gì khi nhận ra rằng thế giới đang gặp nguy hiểm? Hãy tiến lên hành động để bảo vệ cuộc sống của chính bản thân bạn. 

Nghệ sĩ người Canada – Parvati phát hiện ra rằng băng ở Bắc Cực đang tan chảy và sẽ ảnh hưởng đến sự sống trên Trái Đất, vì thế, cô ấy đã tiến lên hành động vì nơi trên cùng của thế giới.

Hãy lên tiếng để thay đổi - Cùng nghệ sĩ Parvati cứu lấy Bắc Cực

Đó là một mùa hè với thời tiết nắng nóng gay gắt ở Toronto và Parvati đã lên kế hoạch cho chuyến lưu diễn âm nhạc của mình tại Châu Á. Tuy nhiên, cô đã có một giấc mơ là nằm trên băng trong khi có một chú cá voi xanh to lớn đang bơi ở ngay bên dưới. Giấc mơ đó sống động đến nỗi cô ấy đã nói với người quản lý của mình rằng cô ấy cần hoãn lại chuyến lưu diễn và thay vào đó là đi đến Bắc Cực! Cô ấy đã có buổi biểu diễn âm nhạc tại Cực Bắc để nâng cao nhận thức của mọi người về tình trạng băng ở vùng cực đang tan chảy với tốc độ nhanh chóng.

Hãy lên tiếng để thay đổi - Cùng nghệ sĩ Parvati cứu lấy Bắc Cực

Băng giữ cho hành tinh của chúng ta luôn mát mẻ. Nó giống như tấm lá chắn khổng lồ, đưa 50% nhiệt lượng từ Mặt Trời trở lại không gian. Tuy nhiên, khi băng tan chảy, các đại dương và hành tinh sẽ nóng lên, từ đó xảy ra nhiều thiên tai hơn. Thậm chí còn tồi tệ hơn là khi băng tan chảy, các công ty lớn muốn kiếm tiền từ việc này, từ đó sẽ phá hủy những gì tất cả chúng ta cần để tồn tại.

Hãy lên tiếng để thay đổi - Cùng nghệ sĩ Parvati cứu lấy Bắc Cực

Khi Parvati biết được rằng Việt Nam là một trong 10 quốc gia chịu ảnh hưởng nhiều nhất dưới tác động của biến đổi khí hậu, cô quyết định sẽ có một chuyến đến thăm để truyền đạt ý tưởng và kêu gọi sự chung tay.

Hãy lên tiếng để thay đổi - Cùng nghệ sĩ Parvati cứu lấy Bắc Cực

Parvati cùng nhóm bạn của cô ấy đã liên hệ những người nổi tiếng và các nhà lãnh đạo thế giới để thảo luận về giải pháp đơn giản cho một vấn đề lớn: MAPS, Khu Bảo tồn Hòa bình Biển tại Bắc Cực. Họ đang tạo ra khu bảo tồn biển lớn nhất từ trước tới nay! Thật tuyệt vời! MAPS giữ cho Bắc Băng Dương luôn an toàn, vì vậy băng có thể phát triển trở lại. Parvati cho biết: “Băng Bắc Cực có thể cứu thế giới của chúng ta… nhưng chỉ khi chúng ta cứu nó trước“.

Hãy lên tiếng để thay đổi - Cùng nghệ sĩ Parvati cứu lấy Bắc Cực

Bạn có thể tham gia ngay để trở thành một thành viên của cuộc vận động MAPS. Vui lòng xem thông tin chi tiết tại và Bạn có thể ký tên và chia sẻ kiến nghị MAPS. Hãy là người hùng của Bắc Cực để Bắc Cực có thể trở thành người hùng của tất cả chúng ta.

The Light Expands: Parvati to Launch Full Length “I Am Light” Concept Album

Following the commercial success of her track “I Am Light” this spring and summer, Canadian musician Parvati has returned to her studio to create even more lush, masterfully produced variations on the theme of light, expanding her planned “I Am Light” EP to a full-length concept album.

“I find it so inspiring to think of the moment of enlightenment as the realization of everything as one,” says Parvati. “The moment you realize everything is light. Light is what we we really are. It is our true nature.”

“I Am Light” was originally born as a 9-minute walk through a magical sonic forest glowing with fireflies. Based on popular response from fans, Parvati developed “I Am Light” into a rapturous pop radio version that incorporates the mantra from the Heart Sutra, “Gate gate paragate parasamgate bodhi swaha”. This version debuted on top 40 radio and TV across Asia in spring 2016. For her Western audience, Parvati has created an English-language track that revels in a tender and glorious love affair with the light. Watch for its release soon.

“Some may think that if we become enlightened, we will no longer have a reason to get up in the morning and do our work,” says Parvati. “When we contemplate the ways in which we are attached to doing in order to feel a sense of purpose, we quickly see that we are habituated into thinking that we are the very force that gives us life. We may have lost sight of the life force that flows through us to sustain us in each moment. We have forgotten that we are in essence that very flow. The ego may try to tell us that if we let it go and rest in the awareness that we are light, we will end up bored. Yet, the reality is that when we are fully present with the light of what is, without story, every single moment can fill us with wonder. My near-death experience several years ago left me with the clear understanding of our luminous interconnection. We could all spend years writing symphonies to the light that is our true nature, without exhausting its ever-fresh beauty and creative potential.”

Rounding out Parvati’s “I Am Light” concept album will be a heartrendingly gorgeous chill out track, contemplative acoustic version, and special 27-minute guided chakra meditation. “I Am Light” is an infusion of elation and wonder on every listen. Its release date will be announced here in the coming weeks.

Credentialed journalists can contact [email protected] for embargoed tracks.

“Asia Beauty” Review – Cashbox Canada

Canadian flutist Ron Korb has travelled around the world collecting bamboo and various ethnic indigenous flutes. Reflecting Celtic, Asian, classical, jazz and Latin influences, his music embodies the diverse cultures, traditions and experiences of his travels.

Korb has kept his reputation as the master of Asian flutes in good standing with his latest effort “Asia Beauty”. This new offering is confirmation on every level, beginning with the packaging, a digi-book CD cover filled with incredible photography and stunning music to soothe and seduce the spirit.

Read on at Cashbox Canada.

Adam Nathan Drops Free House Track “Electric Soul”

London-born, Toronto-raised, musician, DJ and creative genius Adam Nathan shares his latest juicy fruit to sweeten the underground scene.

Electric Soul is a a big, bouncy and funky slice of house for free download from Adam’s Soundcloud.

A rolling bassline lays the foundation for layers of lush sounds & vocal cuts to build upon, creating an evolving, funky and uplifting dance track.

Adam’s strong commitment to quality means he only releases his best work, disregarding the “sea of mediocrity” he perceives in the creative industries today. His keen sense for creative excellence is well known in the Canadian music scene and saw this former record shop owner and Toronto tastemaker serve as a 2016 Juno Awards judge for Electronic Album of the Year.

“I Am Light”: Award-Winning Canadian Musician Parvati Releases Light In A Dark Time

Award-winning, chart-topping Canadian musician Parvati releases her new celestial pop music video “I Am Light”, having already secured a video premiere to over five million viewers on Vietnam’s YAN TV and radio play to millions of listeners on 26 FM radio stations across Asia and Australia. Radio music programmers across Asia are adding “I Am Light” to rotation regularly.

“I Am Light” sparkles with the timeless purity of a flawless diamond. It is effervescent, playful and resonant with the frequency of joy, providing refreshing soft beauty amidst the cacophony of our current era. Parvati extends a heart-felt invitation through “I Am Light” into a world of positive possibilities, where we remember the light of our own true nature.

The “I Am Light” music video marks the arrival of Natamba, a beautiful intergalactic being of liquid gold who brings light to Earth. She arrives on Earth and places the light in a forest tree. As Natamba transforms the dark forest into a world of multicoloured light, intrigued mystical forest fairies emerge from hiding to dance in delight. Simultaneously, the toy tree in a child’s room spontaneously illuminates. With an open heart, this child passes on the light to a stranger who shares it in turn. The light spreads from one person to the next through the city to eventually light up the world.

As a singer, songwriter, producer and performer, Parvati’s profoundly feminine artistic voice evokes both the dynamic rhythm and eternal beauty of nature and the unfolding cosmos. The self-produced sonic sunshine of “I Am Light” combines her signature toe-tapping beats and lush electronic sounds with her angelic vocals.

Parvati has performed in stadiums, festivals and clubs throughout North America and Europe and is the first performer to ever sing at the North Pole, where she travelled in compassionate concern for the changing climate. Parvati is also a certified Climate Reality Leader, taught by former US Vice President Al Gore, and is the founder of, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to realizing MAPS: the Marine Arctic Peace Sanctuary, a vital global intervention to help stop climate change.

Produced with a low ecological footprint through LED lighting, local sets and reclaimed materials, the video includes a message from Parvati about the need to keep our footprint light on the planet, because we are all light. She asks for support of the realization of the Marine Arctic Peace Sanctuary and stamps it with her quintessential request to “Love yourself. Love others. Love our world. We are one Earth family”.

Her “I Am Light” EP, expanding on the theme of light and including guided meditations, is anticipated in spring 2016.


“Parvati’s song ‘I Am Light’ is a beautiful pop song with a positive message as well as excellent production quality. EON and Asia Pop 40 are proud to bring forward this hit in the making.”
– Dom Lau, Asia Pop 40 Host

“Parvati is a unique phenomenon in the music industry. She is someone who brings together music, spirituality, physical and mental health and a social conscience! Her commitment is total and she deserves to be a huge success.”
– Chris Porter, music producer to Sir Elton John, George Michael, Wham, Pet Shop Boys

“Parvati brings much needed consciousness to the dance floor and she does it on multiple levels.”
– Tom Silverman, pioneer of Hip Hop, Tommy Boy Records and National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences Heroes Award Recipient.

“The song came through me like a child that needed to be born, with a mission for the world. I am aware of the heavy demand that greed places on our finite natural resources. For me, music is a way to bring light and help us transform our perspective from self-oriented wanting to globally-oriented service.”
– Parvati

Parvati’s “I Am Light” to Debut to Millions on Asia Pop 40

Chart-topping, award-winning Canadian musician Parvati is about to explode onto the Asian pop music scene with her song “I Am Light”.

I Am Light” is making its global debut to millions of listeners in an exclusive feature appearance by Parvati on the syndicated radio show Asia Pop 40. This Singapore-based show is hosted by Dom Lau, one of the most recognized personalities in Asian media having been an anchor for E! News Asia and a VJ for five years on FOX International Channel’s music network, Channel [V]. Asia Pop 40 is heard in 25 cities across Asia, and throughout Australia online on iHeartRADIO, to over 5 million listeners.

“I Am Light” is a sparkling, catchy, beautifully self-produced feel great pop song. Parvati spearheads a revolutionary new music genre that reaches the Pop and New Age markets alike. Her work has been likened to “New New Age” or CEDM (Conscious Electronic Dance Music). The sonic sunshine of “I Am Light”, radiant with lush electronic sounds and Parvati’s angelic voice, is simultaneously reminiscent of both Madonna and Enya at their best.

“This song celebrates the reality that everything truly is light,” says Parvati.

Following its premiere on Asia Pop 40 on March 19, “I Am Light” will be released to iTunes and radio worldwide on March 22.

Parvati has performed in stadiums, festivals and clubs throughout North America and Europe and is the first performer to ever sing at the North Pole, where she went for climate change awareness.


“Parvati’s song ‘I Am Light’ is a beautiful pop song with a positive message as well as excellent production quality. EON and Asia Pop 40 are proud to bring the world-exclusive premiere of this hit in the making.”

– Dom Lau, Asia Pop 40 Host

“I’ve had longtime respect for Asia Pop 40’s quality programming and market reach. I’m delighted to collaborate with such a solid partner to debut Parvati’s music in Asia and Australia.” – Rishi Deva, CEO, Kupid’s Play Records

“Parvati is a unique phenomenon in the music industry. She is someone who brings together music, spirituality, physical and mental health and a social conscience! Her commitment is total and she deserves to be a huge success.”

– Chris Porter, David Bowie producer

“Parvati brings much needed consciousness to the dance floor and she does it on multiple levels.”

– Tom Silverman, pioneer of Hip Hop, Tommy Boy Records and National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences Heroes Award Recipient.


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