Krish Valentine Is ‘All Yours’ With New Pop Single

He may still be just 15 years old, but Krish Valentine has talent that many twice his age would envy. His new pop single, ‘All Yours’, is wholly relatable, and should cement this young artist’s place as the next teen heartthrob.

Krish Valentine has known his destiny from a very early age. At the age of 3 he started exhibiting his talent, being able to sing entire songs, and memorise long monologues and dialogues from different plays, performing for his family in his childhood home in Massachusetts. From there, he started playing keyboards and guitar, and his natural talent revealed itself, with original chords and melodies flowing freely.

Now based in California, Krish’s talent has attracted the attention of Maria Whatley, the founder and CEO of Global Image Talent Agency, in Los Angeles, and the world, as they say, is his oyster.

‘All Yours’ is an upbeat electronic pop song, and a great fit for Krish’s smooth vocals. Additionally it suits his age, capturing the feeling of “puppy love”, in a way that a wide range of ages can relate to. We all know how it feels to crush on someone, that we’d do anything to win over. The innocent feeling of young love is delivered to perfection by Krish – genuine and heartfelt, while remaining danceable and fun.

Singing, “One day you’ll see I’m all you need”, with his soft eyes, gentle smile, and sweet vocals, Krish is sure to win plenty of young hearts. The music video tells the story of Abby, a girl who is having a hard time at work, but she knows that she’s got at least one person in her corner – Krish. He brings all their friends over and when the boss goes out, they have a dance party. There’s also plenty of clips of Krish dancing under the lights, the end result being a great song that you’ll be humming the rest of the day.

Watch the music video for ‘All Yours’ here, and find out more about Krish Valentine and his music online on Instagram, and TikTok.

Krish Valentine - All Yours


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