I.You.She, aka Aayushi Kumar, is a Seattle-based pop rock artist who currently lives in Boston. She's a student at Berklee College of Music and has been writing music since her sophomore year of highschool. Her music mixes the dance pop elements of Dua Lipa with the rock sound of Miley Cyrus’ recent music along with lyricism and vocals similar to those of Willow Smith.
Her most recent release, "sink", discusses the idea that happiness isn't a final destination but rather an emotional state that comes and goes. Because of this, the song advocates that everyone is suffering in their own way.
As a performer, I.You.She manages to create an intimate yet welcoming atmosphere when she steps on stage. She has had opportunities to perform for activism groups advocating against gendered violence, TedX events and even was a soloist at Carnegie Hall.
The I.You.She Band
Release of "sink"!
Song where I worked on the writing, production and promotion as well as the creation of visuals. I collaborated with Sony-signed producer Jake Crocker. I also helped direct the creation of a music lyric video.
Rehearsal videos of me and the band I directed to play my music. I found players and created arrangements for everyone. I also spent time reaching out to several venues by creating an EPK
Release of collab project "2002" with JLZR!
Song where I collabed with my friend and Artist, JLZR in the writing and producing as well as the creation of the music video.
Song that I composed, produced and arranged the harmonies for. I also did all the video recording, editing and audio engineering. It was played at T-mobile stadium for my high school graduation to over a thousand people.
Release of "okay?"
My first single which I independently produced, wrote and released.