Darshaan is a British artist and producer from London. His musical addiction started from the age of eleven when he picked up his first guitar and since then, he has never looked back. As a choral singer in his teenage years he performed at the Royal Albert Hall and Westminster Abbey before gigging around Cardiff’s open mic circuit at university, and finally studying Music Production at BIMM London.
Darshaan’s most recent single “Watercolours.” was premiered on 19th March 2019 on the Bobby Friction Show on BBC Asian Network. Sitting in for Bobby Friction, D-Code, had this to say about Darshaan:
“This guy is really really something to give your attention to; I think he’s as good as James Blake and Jai Paul.”
The full interview can be found here.
“Watercolours.” was also premiered on BBC Introducing in Berkshire by Ollie Guillou on 16th March 2019.
“Watercolours.” was released on the 29th March 2019. Upon release it was added to New Dance Revolution, the editorial playlist by Spotify earning him over 6300 plays. With the success of this release he was also named as Richer Unsigned: Artist of the Week in April 2019. They had this to say:
“...his soulful pop/R&B sound that fans of Daniel Caesar, Years & Years and Jamie Isaac are sure to love.”
You can read the blog post here.