DJ Shaan ft. Londin Thompson – By Heart (Official Lyric Video) (Video)

“A really emotional song with expressive words too. It touched us like a soft breeze of fresh air. This is definetely a special work you must listen again and again.”

NEW YORK, NY (December 4, 2020) – International phenomenon DJ Shaan releases a new single entitled “By Heart” with Londin Thompson today. Get it HERE via Casablanca Records.

The history-making Indian producer, artist, and DJ recruited buzzing Cleveland-born singer and songwriter Londin Thompson to deliver an instantly infectious anthem, blurring the lines between electronic dance music and pop. Finger-snaps, airy keys, and shimmering synths glow beneath her fluttering hook, “Oh we’ve come so far, I know you by heart.”

About the single, DJ Shaan commented, “By Heart is a song by my heart. A song that resonates with me when I met the woman who showed me everything that love is about, then unfortunately separated and now far away. Always knowing the person inside and out, as they say By Heart ‘even in the dark I know you by heart’.”

DJ Shaan made his North American debut earlier this year with “Paradise” [feat. SAKIMA]. It established him worldwide as a buzzing presence in dance music, receiving radio support from BPM, BBC Radio, and more. As well as backing from dance media champions Dancing Astronaut, YourEDM, and MixMag who spotlighted DJ Shaan in a special documentary series, Global Dancefloor.


Vaulting to the forefront of electronic dance music and representing Indian culture worldwide, 25-year-old DJ Shaan has made history, generated millions of streams, and ignited the hottest festivals in the world with stunning regularity. Among numerous accolades, he notably became “the first Indian DJ to grace the bill of Tomorrowland,” “the most-played Indian dance music artist on the radio in the USA,” “India’s most-followed DJ,” and “the first Indian artist signed to Casablanca Records.” Given this track record, he unsurprisingly kicked off his career with a star-making set at Sunburn Festival in Goa. Just 15-years-old at the time, he would be “the youngest person to play the festival.” Over the past decade, he ascended to global prominence, performing alongside titans, including Armin Van Buuren, Hardwell, Swedish House Mafia, Afrojack, and the late Avicii. A sought-after talent, he has also officially remixed superstars such as Steve Aoki, Louis Tomlinson, Sandra Silva, Lost Kings, Naughty Boy, and Calum Scott, to name a few. Moreover his solo catalog comprises “Light Up The World” [feat. Lauren Evans], “Must Be Love,” and more.

In 2020, DJ Shaan kicks off what promises to be his biggest, boldest, and best chapter yet. His debut single for Casablanca Records, “Paradise,” fuses a big room chant, propulsive grooves, and high-energy synths as a hypnotic hook takes hold.


Each lyric brings you a little closer to Londin Thompson. Candid confessions, off-the-cuff observations, and delicate details depict her life without posturing or pretense. For as unassumingly personal as the approach may be, her voice seamlessly stretches from gentle intonation into irresistible hooks. After independently generating millions of streams, her Republic Records debut tells a real and relatable story. Under her birth name Julia Thompson, the self-described “girl from Cleveland” stirred up a buzz independently with the single “Hits.” On its heels, “Spark” captured coveted real estate on playlists such as Spotify’s Fresh Finds [713K followers] and Fresh Finds: Pop [86K followers]. Meanwhile, “Nights” graced New Music Friday [3.6 million followers]. As she cultivated a following, she also garnered airplay on MTV. This summer, she made her debut with “Wish It Would Rain.” Not only did the song generate nearly half-a-million total streams, but it also drew tastemaker praise. described her as “a pop music hybrid whose voice and sound can range from the melancholy whisper of Billie Eilish to the soulful power of Alessia Cara.” Billboard touted “Wish It Would Rain” as one of “10 Cool New Pop Songs To Get You Through The Week” and called it “a detailed bit of acoustic-pop that showcases the newcomer’s gentle yet commanding vocal delivery.” Londin welcomes you right into her heart with every song.

Reviewed by Nagamag on December 11, 2020