Diana Danielle, who started her career at the age of 11, has now unveiled “Shine On,” her first English debut song. The song promotes empowerment by encouraging listeners to rise above self-doubt and pessimism. Personal experiences and relevant tales of people who could question their own value because of another person or their environment served as the inspiration for Diana.
“We’ve all been there, either in school, work or our relationships where we’re made to feel that maybe we don’t know what’s best for ourselves or we’re not doing enough. It’s a never-ending scenario that many of us deal with on a daily basis and with “Shine On”, I just wanted an anthem where anyone who listens to it understands that they don’t have to dim their confidence down to make others around them comfortable. I think there’s power in being an individual.”
The lyrics “Catching up with my better self, no one’s holding you back but yourself” definitely set the tone for the music video showcasing the contrast in being in a place of darkness versus reaching enlightenment through a hard time in one’s life.
This release signifies Diana’s mark as a singer with future plans to release upcoming music projects in the future. Previously Diana Danielle was a feature artist on Calum Scott’s “Heaven” who was handpicked specially to represent Malaysia during his SEA collaboration through Universal Music Malaysia and she performed the rendition during his concert in Kuala Lumpur in October.