How Grammy-nominated singer Falu found her identity in music
Clip: 07/11/2019 | 3m 12s
Falu is a Grammy-nominated songwriter and performer who grew up in India, where she studied music religiously before even having the opportunity to touch a microphone. Although she had long blended American influences into her music, it wasn’t until she moved to New York that she started creating in English. Falu offers her brief but spectacular take on finding identity through music.
Aired: 07/11/19Video has closed captioning.
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