Music, my refuge – Gayatri Gupta

Music is my refuge.

My musical journey started when I was ten years old.

I performed at a concert for the first time at the age of twelve, and since then, music and I have been inseparable. Music has been a very crucial part of my life; it has helped me stay positive through all my ups and downs.

Singing has always made me happy; when I was younger, I wanted to become a popular singer. At that time, Taylor Swift was my idol. (She is pretty underrated, though, and I don’t understand why.)

Music is my passion, and it drives me crazy. Listening to my favourite songs always lifts up my mood. This brings me to my favourite artists.

I love Ed Sheeran (who doesn’t?).

Adele is my idol.

Beyonce is one of the strongest female singers I know, and Lady Gaga is my all-time favourite.
I want to take up music in future but in a completely different way. There are so many singers you will find all over the world, and all of them are famous and pretty successful, but what I want to do is put my talent to use to help people.

I want to reach out to people who are in need through my singing. I want to do something like social work through my music.

I would like to quote what inspires me the most:

“There’s a hope that’s waiting for you in the dark” – Scars to your beautiful, Alessia Cara.

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