“Radhika’s voice is resplendent and transformative. The vibration of her sounds carries the potency of Sanskrit, an ancient, sacred language that awakens us to the light within. To experience Radhika’s music is to experience the gift of that light, and to connect back to the source of the universe.”
- Sarah Platt-Finger, co-author of 'Living in the Light' with Deepak Chopra and Director of Chopra Yoga.
"The journey of life is from the head to the heart".
Radhika, embodying the essence of the Vedic goddess Radha, represents unconditional love and devotion. Her diverse Indian, East African, and British heritage resonates deeply in her music. Influences from her family, particularly her father's love for Indian music and jazz, have been instrumental since her youth.
Despite a life long speech impediment, music has became Radhika’s voice. She asserts, “While words struggled, music effortlessly carried them.” After delving into mantra music and vibrational healing sounds, culminating in her album SAPTA: The Seven Ways, Radhika realized its therapeutic power, noting, "Creating this Sanskrit album first healed me, then others. I was forced to know my true voice and this is the mission of the music I make. I don't make music for you to see me. I make music for you to see yourself."