Guam-based artiste’s song tops Indian chart

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What is the worth of a Malayalam verse in a song, you may wonder. For musician Starla Edney, it is a ticket to beat the likes of the revered pop band BTS and acquire the top spot on a list of Shazam’s most-searched tracks in India.

The young musician from the tiny island of Guam became a chart-topper after word about her song Queen of hearts — which has a verse in Malayalam — spread like wildfire. Co-writer Monoir chanced upon the section that became their claim to fame when browsing through a catalogue of audio samples. “I like combining modern and traditional sounds and came across this one when browsing through a vocal pack I had received. Its melody and lyrics are special, and it appropriately fit the song that we were creating.”

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Evidently enjoying her time in the spotlight, Edney says appreciation from fans in India will make a “huge difference” in influencing her future music choices. “I will explore this style in the future because I enjoyed it. I have a few collaborations in the pipeline,” she signs off.

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