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Saloni in the Press

Saloni has received great recognition from British and Global media outlets including Rolling Stone, BBC, B4U and more. Have a read though all the press coverage Saloni has received for her music over the last few years!

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British Asian artists hope for official singles chart boost

Trying to find a space in the South Asian music scene has historically been tough for British Asian artists.

Faced with competition from Bollywood and the global rise of Punjabi music, recognition in the charts has been limited.

For UK artists such as Saloni, putting in lots of effort for little visibility can be tough.

"If you're an up-and-coming artist competing with mainstream pop charts it's really hard to get on there," Saloni tells BBC Asian Network.

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See Saloni Stand Proud in New Video for Women Empowerment  

The Indo-British artist has also bridged borders with her bi-lingual song ‘Chali Mein’

Recently, we caught up with U.K.-based Indo-British artist Saloni Boyina – who goes by her first name – and talked to her about her latest pop-leaning bi-lingual single “Chali Mein” that she wrote as an anthem for women empowerment, the music video she shot for the track, and more. Read excerpts below: 

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Saloni: The language of making magical music

British singer talks about her diverse songs and dreams.

A WIDE array of songs in different languages and genres has demonstrated that Saloni is an exciting young British Asian music talent.

The versatile singer has shown off her impressive range on stunning cover versions, superb solo singles and cool collaborations in a relatively short space of time.

With more big tracks on the way, she is one to watch and was in good spirits when Eastern Eye caught up with her. She discussed her action-packed journey and future hopes.

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Saloni Sings In Mother-Tongue Telgu In New Track “Legacy”

With over 5 million views on TikTok and 13,000 monthly listeners on Spotify, 20-year-old Saloni is no stranger to the music scene. Having been at the forefront of international music contests, her accomplishments and viral music content have made her one of the most sought-after artists over the past few years, and on top of the list for many tastemakers across the Globe.

Urban Asian

"Having been at the forefront of international music contests, her accomplishments and viral music content have made her one of the most sought-after artists over the past few years, and on top of the list for many tastemakers across the Globe."

Eastern Eye

"A WIDE array of songs in different languages and genres has demonstrated that Saloni is an exciting young British Asian music talent."

Monty Kataria, Dissdash

"Thank you so much for creating DOPE music which is relevant, which makes sense it uplifts our community. It makes everyone proud of who we are and what we do."
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Catch Saloni talk about "Legacy" on Pritt's BBC Asian Network show where she showcases artists from South India and Sri Lanka. Saloni has also had the honour of being Pritt's Southern Spolight for her track "Nee Gundellounna"

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