Shamina is again with new music.
The immensely gifted singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist from San Jose, who’s blessed with among the finest voices in the whole Bay Space, has launched three tracks from her upcoming full-length debut album, “From the Valley.”
And all three of them — “46,” “My God, My Good” and, the latest addition, “All the time Good” — are folk-pop gems that ought to enchantment to followers of such acclaimed artists as Sarah McLachlan, James Taylor and Kari Jobe.
The three songs can be found to stream/obtain via all the standard gamers (Amazon, Apple, Spotify, and so forth.). Or you possibly can head to her YouTube web page (www.youtube.com/user/musicbyshamina), the place you possibly can hear the brand new music in addition to different cool stuff that Shamina has posted. (Of explicit word, we actually dig her mashup of Lorde’s “Royals” withy Iggy Azalea and Charli XCX’s “Fancy.”)
Shamina — who served for years because the worship arts director at Calvary Church in Los Gatos, earlier than stepping down from that position earlier this 12 months — has launched three EPs (“Damaged Branches,” “When You Go” and “Whereas We’re Ready”). She’s additionally appeared within the well-liked “Bay Area Blessing” video, which featured singers from dozens of native church buildings, in addition to the follow-up video “Bay Area Blessing — Christmas.”
For extra data, go to the artist’s web site shaminamusic.com.