Susheela Raman

Susheela Raman

Very few pull off the fusion sound like Susheela Raman, blending cultures from three continents. Over the years, her music has gotten more and more experimental.

Vel 2011




Music for Crocodiles 2005


Love Trap 2003

Ye Meera Divanapan Hai (Apparently Susheela sings this old, Hindi song–by Bollywood’s legendary soundtrack composer Mukesh–with a heavy Tamil accent)

Yeh Mera Diwanapan Hai by Mukesh

Salt Rain 2001

O Rama (is a classic, Tamil, Carnatic, worship song and Susheela’s version is breathtaking)


5 thoughts on “Susheela Raman

  1. Are you kidding me!!! Where were you this entire time?????
    Susheela Raman mara wa7da! Girl….or whatever you are, you’ve became my top person!!!!!
    And I believe with every nerve in my ear and part of my soul that enjoys this person and other alike, has the best choice of music and an ear of an artist.
    You’ve been followed!!!!! πŸ˜€

  2. Reblogged this on Libran Molds and commented:
    One of my favorite artists. Kind of a mix of soul, mantras, and modern Indian sitars and mathars with a lounge upbeat. I am just speechless by her performance.
    Luv ya Susheela ❀

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