About the new single Sandhu said, "Every monster has a genesis, every saint has a past and every sinner has a future. We all have monster’s inside of us, that show their face from time to time. Very rarely do we get to hear that monster’s story....how did the monster come to be? and what does this monster have to say for itself?"
Creatively on the edge of parable-tic lyrics, from charming rap flows to smooth soulful rock. From his break-through international award-winning rap single “Money Ain’t A Thing” to his sophomore soulful project “Bloom, from which DJ Sharad picked up the monster single “Compromise” for the Pharrell Williams & Adidas Holi mixtape, Sandhu has been speedily making his mark on the music scene.
"I never thought I could amount to anything creatively especially singing but then my godmother told me that talent didn’t have any color…and now that I have found my talent.." he said.
Sandhu has managed to express himself in a different style while completely owning the genre he chooses to paint his song with. While his sound has been compared to that of music icons Lenny Kravitz, Prince and Amy Winehouse, we can't help but add John Legend to the growing list, you can hear it in Monsters.