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  15 Apr 2024  Aryaana Gandhi, aka Yaani, Ventures into Reality TV with Amazon Prime's 'The Tribe'

Aryaana Gandhi, aka Yaani, Ventures into Reality TV with Amazon Prime's 'The Tribe'

Published : Apr 15, 2024, 1:42 pm IST
Updated : Apr 15, 2024, 1:42 pm IST

Aryaana's pivotal role in "The Tribe'' signifies a significant milestone in her career

Singer-songwriter Aryaana Gandhi
 Singer-songwriter Aryaana Gandhi
Singer-songwriter Aryaana Gandhi, widely recognized as 'Yaani,' embarks on a bold new adventure into the limelight of reality television. Set to debut on Amazon Prime Video, "The Tribe'' promises an enthralling odyssey as five Mumbai influencers pursue their dreams in the bustling streets of Los Angeles. Aryaana's narrative unfolds as she chases her dream of becoming the next pop sensation.

Aryaana's pivotal role in "The Tribe'' signifies a significant milestone in her career, as she navigates the highs and lows of the competitive music industry. With her magnetic charm and undeniable talent, viewers can anticipate an intimate glimpse into Aryaana's journey towards global stardom.

However, Aryaana's ambitions extend far beyond the realm of reality TV. Behind the scenes, she's been meticulously crafting new music set to captivate audiences worldwide. Through Enable International, her talent management company, Vidhi Shah, a business advisor, shares insights into Yaani's upcoming releases.

"Yaani is gearing up to unveil a series of tracks produced by the renowned music producer Jonathan Asperil, known as Yoni, who boasts an impressive portfolio of collaborations with popular artists like Luísa Sonza, Nick Jonas, and Jess Glynne," Vidhi reveals. "With seven remarkable songs already in the bag and four more on the cusp of release, the anticipation is palpable. We're especially excited about the track 'Butterflies,' licensed for use in 'The Tribe,' which adds an extra layer of excitement to Yaani's journey on the show."

Yoni's influence extends beyond production; he also serves as the live music director for esteemed artists such as Jon Bellion, Clinton Kane, Chelsea Cutler, and Quinn XCII. His expertise promises an immersive musical experience for Yaani's upcoming releases.

Fans may recall Yaani's hit track "Stockholm Syndrome" with rapper OT Genasis, garnering millions of views and streams on platforms like YouTube and Spotify. Since then, she's released singles like "Fool" and "No Room," exploring the complexities of love. Collaborating with singer-songwriter Emmanuel Franco on "Stay," Yaani's diverse musical journey hints at a new genre exploration, promising a fresh and exciting direction for her eager audience.

As excitement mounts for both "The Tribe" and Yaani's forthcoming music, she emerges as a formidable force in the industry. With her passion and talent, she's primed to make a lasting impact on the global stage. Her fans are hungry for the burst of electrifying energy she is set to deliver. Get ready to join Yaani on her captivating journey as she dazzles audiences worldwide with her electrifying performances!

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