Mumbai/London Artist Sahirah Releases Debut Bop ‘Necklace'
RollingStone India|January 2022
Like a hip-hop song for the TikTok and Reels generation, the track is just a minute long
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For Mumbai-bred, London-based artist Sahirah Oshidar (who goes by her first name as an artist), lyrical and sonic inspirations are never really set. She explains, “For example, a track I have coming out in the first quarter of next year was inspired by some insane French toast I had. And the song became about breakfast.”

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