Posted on October 5, 2015 at 1:53 am

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Roma gets you 'Addicted' to her new single!

Roma who launched her professional singing career witrh Tere Bin ( I just Want) produced by Rishi Rich made a global impact with the song topping the charts worldwide. Roma began singing since a young age and took to the big stage at the age of 11. WOW 11!  Roma took guidance from her father Surjit Singh Sagar who has a Sangeet Vishard in Tabla and classical singing. Born and raised in southeast London, Roma sings in Punjabi, Hindi and English. Her versatility and style has already encaptured media attention across the world and now with her second single set to launch Roma is gearing up for an international press tour. And this song just might get you to tap your feet! I know it did for me!

Roma’s second single ‘Addicted’ produced by Manoj is a fusion sound of English and Hindi mixed together with east meets west beats. This single showcases Roma’s versatile vocals and you’ll hear a hint of her classical tones. The music video directed by Mad Manners will go live on TV on October 1st.

As well as keeping up to date with her musical side, Roma studied a Law degree. Juggling between two career options Roma decided that she wanted to follow her creative side and become a professional artist.. Her first vocals were recorded for a Shabad CD (religious Punjabi hymns) called ‘Gurbani da Sagar’ which was for the memory of her grandparents in 2012. This was distributed by one of the leading music labels in India T-Series. After receiving positive feedback for her first recording experience, it was clear she had a fresh voice and something to give to the music industry. LAW AND MUSIC! Pretty neat!

Roma is in the process of working on various different projects. Her debut film song “Top of the World” for Brit-Asian film ‘Born to be King’ is set to release soon, along with many other songs she has featured on. Roma has entered the world of music and hopes to establish her brand, along with the desire to enter Bollywood as a playback singer; she welcomes further opportunities with open arms.