New York City, New York Jan 26, 2021 (Issuewire.com) - Singer-songwriter 'Janalynn Castelino' is ready for a breakout 2021 amid global lockdowns. She's been in the limelight for quite a long period for her breathtaking unique vocals and versatility throughout YouTube, radio stations, and across various streaming services. Janalynn Castelino's YouTube Channel Janalynn Castelino has been constantly working on new music during the quarantine. Reflecting back at the latter half of 2020, Janalynn calls it to be a nightmarish scenario for her production team. She said, "I can enumerate and mirror the scenario that my team and I had to face throughout the horrific pandemic period while we were on tour for our multi-elementary projects. In 2020 - we'd put in a lot of effort in spite of which much had to be wrapped off abruptly and the rest was left unfinished. I believe, the artists collaborating across international territories were the ones most affected''. JC further added that she was grateful to her team and collaborators for standing rock solid with her throughout 2020. "I feel like 2021 has commenced with a lot of positivity and we are now ready to proceed towards accomplishment. We'll have a couple of projects releasing this year and I thank my fans and listeners for their constant support and enthusiasm", she said.
The singer who qualified as a doctor in an internship last year amidst COVID-19 has been trying to see the positive side though it was definitely not what most of us expected 2020 to be. She still managed to make the best of 2020 by staying behind the scene. Janalynn claimed that she was even more dedicated and focused on her music commitments now and her fans are extremely hopeful. Since her last release, JC's listeners and followers are counting days and are desperately awaiting upcoming announcements on her social media handles. For more updates, visit Janalynn Castelino's Official Website www.janalynncastelino.com
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