Tara Anjuli Let's Her Guard Down in "Character"



Tara Anjuli is not quite your young Pop cookie-cutter artist. In fact, the 18-year-old singer-songwriter, hailing from the San Francisco Bay Area, is most likely going to capture your attention with her deep songwriting.

A big fan of 2000’s pop, she's been hard at work creating demos. The music she creates is thought-provoking, and sleek, where words spill out into melodies that thread the universe of Pop and journalism. The warmth in Tara Anjuli’s voice is alluring, as she can give you angelic riffs and deep lows, which makes her alto unique.

Sprinkling her undeniable knack for portraying a prevailing message on her most recent single “Character,” Tara Anjuli has us all skipping to the beat of her own drum with this powerhouse of a bop. The vibrant instrumentation has a buoyant flow to the way it dips into a modern, yet nostalgic 80s Pop soundscape as she cascades her sultry croons over the beat in a way that glides effortlessly smooth.

Projecting a series of lyrical motifs that complement the words to follow and come before in sequence, Tara Anjuli buckles down for a bolstered performance that leaves words such as, ‘The dreams that you're saying. Oh, they're mine too. But this emotional shit just isn't foolproof,’ lingering on our mind long after the song comes to a halt. Prompting us to grasp the emotion she sheds through the vulnerable and authentic hues conveyed, Tara Anjuli has a burning passion that is spiked with profound realizations she comes ready to share.

Being a force to be reckoned with, Tara Anjuli undoubtedly holds the power to transport us to her universe of lived experiences, and how she handles what comes her way. Building strong connections within her rapidly growing fan base, she continues to flourish in a world longing for relatability and compassion.