Leslee Lewis’ music personifies the colours of the rainbow — a hue for each listener, transforming them into musical notes that float effortlessly through the renditions, transcending time and space till they become one with the creation — such is the power.
Music virtuoso-singer-performer- instrumentalist, rolled into one, is now looking at these colours through a prism. He is coming out with three rays of light, the White, Black, and Tirangaa albums.
“While the white brings you peace, the black is the ante — your wild side and the Tirangaa is an ode to the true desi in you,”elaborates Leslee Lewis.
Music, they say, transcends borders. Here is Leslee Lewis proving that true with every note. With the first of the series, The White Album was completely written, produced, and sang by Leslee Lewis.
The White Album launched in Tap Andheri with friends and fellow musicians attending, showing their support and congratulations for the legendary Leslee Lewis.
Among the attendees were Hariharan and son Akshay Hariharan, Jeetu Shankar, Kavya Jones, Vivek Prakash, Sandip Soparrkar, host Ankit Tamang, DJ Akbar Sami, Girish Wankhede, Dr. Anusha Srinivasan Iyer, Karan Oberoi, Sherrin Varghese and Danny M Fernandes from A Band of Boys, bassist Pooja Devi and drummer Parth Malhotra from Leslee’s band, actor Prit Kamani, actress Shantipriya Ray, Shubham Ray, Meghdeep Bose, Shruti Pathak, Mukul Dabholkar, Sasha Dabholkar, actor Hrishikesh Pandey, Savio D’Sa, Hrishikesh Chury, Sheldon D’Silva, beatboxer Divyansh Kacholia and many others.
The album cover was unveiled by Leslee Lewis, Hariharan, Jeetu Shankar, Vivek Prakash, and Girish Wankhede.
Each of the esteemed attendees, beginning with Hariharan, took the mic and spoke about their journey with Leslee Lewis, how his has inspired them, congratulating him on his endeavour of finally producing his solo album after so many years of being the silent producer behind so many chartbusters and singlehandedly forming the sound of Indipop.
The video for the song Tere Bina Love from the album was played, enthralling the attendees with its romantic melodies and uplifting vibes.
“Each of us has a soul colour, soul music we seek, depending on our mood and state of mind. These albums are mood music — some soothe you, others sear your soul, while some are a sheer celebration.”Avers Leslee Lewis,