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Multi-Genre Artist Kowshik Saha About To Release New Single "Heaven Hell" Inspired By Electronic Synth Dance Pop


The multi-genre artist Kowshik Saha is about to release his latest original single, "Heaven Hell," inspired by the Canadian singer-songwriter The Weeknd. The track will be available in April 7 for streaming on all major platforms, including Spotify, Apple Music, and YouTube and other major DSPs.

From the snippets we have heard in his social media, "Heaven Hell" showcases Kowshik’s versatile musical style, combining elements of R&B, pop, and electronic music. The song's lyrics tell a story of a relationship, exploring the blurred lines between heaven and hell. The track's groove lyrics and melodic atmosphere perfectly captures the intensity and emotion of the subject matter.

Kowshik, who is based in Delhi, India, has been honing his craft for several years, collaborating with a range of artists and producers from around the world. His previous releases include the singles "Just Gotta Know" and "Just Gotta Know Remix along with various trending and viral song renditions," which have garnered praise from music critics and fans alike.

"I'm thrilled to share 'Heaven Hell' soon with my fans," Kowshik said in a brief interview. "This song is a personal reflection on the complex and sometimes painful nature of love. I wanted to capture that feeling of being trapped in a cycle of passion and destruction, and I think the music and lyrics do just that."

"Heaven Hell" was written, composed and produced by Kowshik. As per Kowshik’s social media announcements, the song will be distributed worldwide by the record label and music aggregator Symphonic Distributions, based on the US.

Fans of The Weeknd and other artists in the R&B and electronic genres are sure to find something to love in "Heaven Hell." The song's grooving chorus, hooks, melodies and powerful vocals make it a standout addition to Kowshik’s growing discography.

For more information on Kowshik Saha and his music, visit his official website or follow him on social media.

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