You Can’t Miss Singer Shuba Vedula’s Indian Eminem Parody!
Nila is a freelance journalist and Clinical Psychology Doctoral student…
If you’ve never come across Shuba Vedula’s page, you are missing out on greatness. This young singer, writer, and performer is beyond talented. Her parodies and impersonations of popular artists are noteworthy and shine a light on her own singing talents.
Vedula has a beautiful voice and such versatility that very few artists have. She can emulate the voices of your favorite artists from Lata Mangeshkar to Lady Gaga. Her powerful voice will remind you of the likes of Christina Aguilera, Mariah Carey, and Lady Gaga. Some of you may also remember Vedula from American Idol season 12 which aired in 2013. The young singer from Mt. Pleasant, Michigan was only 17 when she was on the show. On the show she shared how her love of singing began early on and that she would sing in church. Vedula was a semi-finalist on the reality show and consistently impressed judges Randy and Mariah Carey with her performances.
Now, the multi-talented creative has over a million views for her hilarious singing parodies on the popular app Tik Tok, as well as a large following on other social media portals like Instagram. She has released original music, covers, and mash-ups along with her parodies on YouTube. Whether it is singing in Hindi or English, rapping like a pro, or doing an impersonation, Vedula is absolutely brilliant!
Shuba Vedula’s recent series of Instagram releases include singing the hit song ‘Savage’ by Megan thee Stallion as other artists. She even has one where she impersonates an Indian Eminem and it is EPIC!
Vedula also recreated the song as Eminem, Celine Dion, and Billie Eilish. Check them out below and check out her Instagram for more awesome singing! Pro Tip: Her Indian Ariana Grande parody will having you literally ROFL.
Nila is a freelance journalist and Clinical Psychology Doctoral student who was born and raised in New York City. There is very little she loves more than Harry Potter marathons, pizza, 90s Bollywood, bagels, falooda, and her family. She hopes to use her powers for good by spreading mental health awareness and positivity in the South Asian community through her love of writing.