Sparsh Shah a.k.a. “PURHYTHM” is a 13-year-old child prodigy, singer, song writer and a rapper. He has been training in Indian classical music for last seven and a half years and American vocal music for three years. He has multiple talents such as performing in community events (over 60 live performances, including GRAMMY PARK as the Next Generation: Emerging Artist), appeared on several radio and television shows such as BBC, NBC: Little Big Shots, SONY: Keys To Kismat, etc), hosted shows as an MC, Pi Champion of his school by memorizing 250 digits of Pi, can speak some of the 12 longest words in English dictionary in less than 18 seconds, can speak in 4 different accents in English, written 11 original songs, several poems, short stories, motivational/funny speeches (“I am Disabled”, “Environmental Protection”, “Three Lessons of Life”), etc. He has won three music contests including “Young Voice of NYC” and became the Youth Ambassador for St. Jude’s Children Research Hospital. Sparsh became an internet sensation with the launch of Eminem’s cover song, “Not Afraid” with over 45 million views on all social media sites combined. He was recognized and applauded by Eminem’s Shady Records, Chris Brown, Akon, Jay Sean, Salman Khan and Shiamak Davar on their personal social media/websites. Sparsh was recently featured in an amazing cover of Michael Jackson’s song: Heal The World by Maati Baani, which went viral with over 18 million views in just the first week of the launch of the song.
Sparsh been a catalyst in helping raise over half a million dollars for various philanthropic organizations. Sparsh won the “Most Inspiring Individual” award at the International Children’s Advisory Network Research and Advocacy Summit in Barcelona, Spain. Despite of all the medical challenges in life, Sparsh’s spirit is unbreakable and he aspires to inspire billions of people all over the world with his musical talent.
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