Usha Uthup responds to viral cover of Miley Cyrus' Flowers, expresses desire to collaboratetext_fields
Renowned singer Usha Uthup has captivated the online community with her rendition of Miley Cyrus' popular track, Flowers.
In a recent interview, she shared her thoughts on the video's success and expressed her hope to collaborate with the Grammy award-winning artist in the near future.
The video of veteran Indian playback singer Usha Uthup covering Miley Cyrus' song Flowers has quickly gained traction across the internet, showcasing her remarkable talent and resonating voice. Uthup's rendition has garnered widespread acclaim and admiration from fans worldwide.
Miley Cyrus' hit song Flowers recently clinched a Grammy Award, further boosting its popularity.
Reflecting on the positive feedback, Uthup expressed her gratitude, saying, "I am thrilled and grateful to the people for loving my version. I sang the song spontaneously after my daughter Anjali introduced it to me one day. The song resonated with me instantly."
She elaborated on the widespread appeal of her rendition, mentioning that she incorporates it into all her performances, where it is well-received by audiences. Uthup expressed her surprise at the video's viral status on Instagram, attributing its success to the song's captivating melody and meaningful lyrics. Describing Flowers as a "beautiful song with fantastic lyrics," she emphasised its empowering message, particularly highlighting its significance for women.
In the same interview, Usha Uthup conveyed her admiration for Miley Cyrus and congratulated her on winning the Grammy for Flowers.
The 76-year-old singer expressed her excitement for Cyrus to hear her rendition, expressing hope that the artist would appreciate it. Uthup expressed confidence in a potential collaboration with Cyrus, stating, "I am sure we will work together very soon."
Usha Uthup's illustrious career spans iconic tracks like Koi Yahan Aha Nache Nache and Shaan Se, along with notable film appearances in movies such as Bombay to Goa and 7 Khoon Maaf.