The mum-of-three's records are familiar to devotees of yoga and the Sikh faith, but she hopes her "unique, niche" music will reach a wider audience this year.
Her new album 'EK' (meaning 'oneness') released on April 16 will be entered for a Grammy by record company Six Degrees after Kaur became the first artist to bring Kirtan music to European world music charts.
And while she is on a mission to reinterpret these sacred chants and share their spiritual message with the world, she won't make a penny from it.
All profits from her records and performances go to her charity ‘Kirtan For Causes’, which provides education to over 200 young women in rural Punjab, India.
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