"Love and Peace" is a song that celebrates the significance of kindness, understanding, and unity in the world.

2-time GRAMMY®-nominated vocalist Natalie Ai Kamauu from Hawaii lends her captivating voice to the track. The music has been composed, arranged and produced by Prem Murti, an Indian producer and artist, who also produced the official Lo-Fi mixes of the 2022 GRAMMY® winning album ‘Divine Tides’ by Stewart Copeland and Ricky Kej, and the lyrics have been written by Mike Greenly, an American writer, and the man behind “Our Great Virginia”, the official traditional state anthem of Virginia as of 2015.

The song includes Shanti (Peace) Mantra sung by Prem Murti that adds a spiritual and transcendent quality to the song.

Annemarie Picerno, with her exceptional vocal range and dynamic style, brings a vibrant energy and impeccable harmonies in the song.

Adding a rich and soulful texture to the song is acclaimed cellist Tess Remy Schumacher, who has been featured in a GRAMMY®-winning classical compendium album.

Award-winning violinist An Vedi brings her masterful artistry to the song, and guitar virtuoso Russ Hewitt adds a stirring and emotional dimension to the music.

And lastly the graceful movements of Yogini Megan Schoenbohm Brentwood perfectly complement the song's message of love and peace.

'A song that would be beyond any language, cultural or geographical barrier. Harmony, love, peace, happiness – these were some ideas around which I wanted to create something' said Prem Murti.

-Losangeles Weekly Times(2023)

Multi-Talented Musician Prem Murti Makes a Song Worthy of Award Nominations and International Recognition


Prem Murti is skilled in singing, music composition, production, mixing

engineering, and voice-over artistry.

-Lazie Indie Magazine(2023)

Prem Murti is widely recognized for his calming and restorative voice, performing a vast repertoire of devotional songs, mantras, and other spiritually uplifting compositions.

-Music Weeks News(2023)

‘Love and Peace’ featured at ‘Lite Lounge with Dimitri K.‘


TheDavidBowersAwards presents Prem Murti and Nolen Chew


Prem Murti's 'Love and Peace' song celebrates the significance of kindness, understanding and unity in the world.

-IndiesVoice Magazine (2023)

अंतरराष्ट्रीय स्तर पर अपनी गायकी का लोहा मनवा रहे प्रेम मूर्ति 


Prem Murti, multi-faceted artiste from Chandigarh, is out with his new track 'Love And Peace'


मैं दुनिया को बहुत अच्छे गीत देना चाहता हूँ – प्रेम मूर्ति


Prem Murti

Prem Murti is a multifaceted artist, skilled in singing, music composition, production, mixing engineering, and voice-over artistry. He has worked with several notable record labels, such as Saregama, Zee, and Shemaroo, collaborating with numerous artists in India and abroad.

He did the official Lo-Fi mixes of the GRAMMY® winning album ‘Divine Tides’ by Stewart Copeland and Ricky Kej. He co-arranged, and sang lead vocals on Vande Bharatam, for the Republic Day parade at India Gate, 500 dancers danced to it. He made an Anthem- ‘Salaam’ dedicated to the armed forces with GRAMMY® winner Ricky Kej, under Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav.

Prem Murti is recognized for his calming and restorative voice, performing a vast repertoire of songs, mantras, and other spiritually uplifting compositions.

Natalie Ai Kamauu

2-time GRAMMY® Nominated, named “Miss Aloha Hula” at the prestigious Merry Monarch Hula Festival and five-time “Female Vocalist of the Year” Nā Hōkū Hanohano Awardee Natalie Ai Kamauu blew into Hawaii’s music scene in 2005, immediately turning heads and perking ears with her break out album “ʻĒ”. The title itself said it all….” Extraordinary.” With a voice of an angel, Natalieʻs soaring melodies will whisk you to heights and depths of musical emotion. Though her sound is sweet and seemingly effortless, don’t be mistaken. She’s a powerhouse vocalist. Natalieʻs music is definitely Traditional Hawaiian but how she dances the fine line between old and new is what audiences adore her for. Always with flair, she dares to coalesce the two, bringing Hawaii’s past into the present. Together with her husband, Iolani Kamauu, they create a sound that is undeniably hers, a vanguard of Hawaiian of music.

Mike Greenly

Mike Greenly is experienced as a corporate Marketing & Communications VP. He now loves being a freelance writer: speeches for execs, lyrics for music. He’s had 11 Billboard-charted Dance Club songs (with four #1 hits) + choral, pop, Americana & more. He was honored when asked to write lyrics for the new state anthem of Virginia, replacing an embarrassing racist song with “Our Great Virginia” in 2015. Many of songs have contributed to worthy charities. When Prem requested lyrics for “Love and Peace”, Mike immediately loved the positivity of the concept. With great respect for Prem’s talent, he's delighted to have contributed his words as part of a very worthy team.

Annemarie Picerno

Annemarie Picerno is a Grammy member, Americana Music Association member, and Indie Collaborative Artist. She is a Josie Music Award Winner for her hit song "Bonfire" along with being presented in 2019 and 2020 The Gran Royale Music Award, Holland Red Carpet 2020 Female Entertainer of Year, and a 2019 LDM Radio Music Award. She was awarded Best Music Video Concept and Grand Jury Prize Gold Best Music Video at the 2021 Los Angeles Motion Picture Festival for her music video "Color Blind", as well as Best Music Video for 2021 The Global Non Violent Film Festival, She has performed in theater, bands in every musical genre, comedy shows, film, radio and television and is a popular radio host on several specialty featured radio stations. Her music videos are seen by millions on Bongo Boy TV and also on Rebel TV Productions, Roku and Apple Tv channels.  Select releases of her hit songs can be found on the popular Bongo Boy Records albums. She has topped numerous Top 40 indie radio charts with her powerful voice and harmonies in country, rock, pop, blues, and American Roots.

Russ Hewitt

Combining lightning guitar runs with unique rhythms provides an electrifying combination of sound and songs in Russ Hewitt's original music. Russ explains his style of play as "Fusing Spanish, Flamenco, jazz, Latin, Cuban and Brazilian together simultaneously without worrying about what particular rules that go with each style. This allows me the freedom to create without boundaries."

Holding a performance degree in Classical guitar from University of North Texas, Russ is a voter for the Grammy's and Latin Grammy's.  Russ Hewitt’s recordings Bajo El Sol, Alma Vieja, Cielo Nocturno, and Chasing Horizons has resulted in five Top 40 Smooth Jazz singles, Grammy consideration multiple times, and has received reviews and press from all around the world.  A recipient of five Telly Awards, Russ composed music for the feature film “Thirst: Mission Liberia” that has already won a Silver Telly in the Spiritual – Faith category and a Bronze Telly in the Documentary category.

Dr. Tess Remy-Schumacher

Dr. Tess Remy-Schumacher is a featured Solo Artist on Kitt Wakeley's 2023 GRAMMY® winning CD "An Adoption Story", the 2022 AKADEMIA Music Award Grand Prize Winner, a Global Music Award multiple silver medal winner and bronze medal winner as the Otis Trio with Dr. Dawn Lindblade-Evans and Dr. Sallie Pollack, a Native American Music Award nominee with Jerod Impichchaachaaha' Tate, and 1st prize winner at the international Carlo-Zecchi Competition in Rome.

She has been a concert soloist for many years performing in Asia, Australia, Europe, and the U.S., including the Wigmore Hall in London, Jubilee Hall in Singapore, Bradley Hall in Chicago, and the Carnegie Recital Hall in New York.

Among her 20+ albums are premiere recordings of David Maslanka's Cello Concerto "Remember Me" and Carter Pann's Cello Concerto "High Songs" with the UCO Wind Symphony under conductor Dr. Brian Lamb.

Dr. Remy received a DMA and MM from the University of Southern California and her Artist Diploma (terminal degree) from the Musikhochschule Koeln, Germany. Among her teachers were Boris Pergamenschikow Eleonore Schoenfeld, Lynn Harrell, and Jacqueline du Pre.

Tess was a Visiting Scholar and Performance Fellow at Harvard University 2010-2012.  Previously, she was tenured faculty at James Cook University, Australia. Currently, she is Professor for Cello and cofounder of the Brisch Center for Historical Performance at UCO.

An Vedi

An Vedi has won 37 international awards and contests as violinist, composer, chamber music performer, singer and conductor. She is the youngest recipient of the Edward Elgar Medal (2019, the UK). An graduated from the Conservatory and Post-graduate studies with honors. She has been performing on stage for over 25 years. She is a Member of the Recording Academy (Voting Member and Mentor), BMI, the Boston New Music Initiative, International Singer-Songwriters Association, Indie Collaborative, International Society for Jazz Arrangers and Composers, Musical Explorers by Carnegie Hall, International Association for Music and Medicine, Sisters In Music, International Conductors Guild, Modern Conducting Academy. An is a judge at several international music competitions and awards. As a violinist and conductor, she has over 700 works in her performing repertoire. As a composer, she has composed over 100 works for orchestra, choir, chamber ensembles, and individual instruments. As a songwriter, she has written over 300 songs. Since 2018, she has been conducting master classes for young musicians according to her individual method, which has been approved by music teachers from schools, colleges and universities. An Vedi actively collaborates with members of the Recording Academy, as well as Grammy®-nominated and winning artists.

Megan Schoenbohm Brentwood

Megan Schoenbohm Brentwood, devoted Yogini and 200-hour YTT, is an award-winning children’s singer songwriter and musician from Sonoma County, California. Her original music is deeply influenced by Yogic philosophy, and her mission in life is to inspire our youth to remember their inherent divine light, and to carry it forth into the world around them.

Winner of 'Best Music Video' award at the Canadian Cinematography Awards (CaCA) May 2023

Winner of 'Best Experimental Film' at the Canadian Cinematography Awards (CaCA) May 2023

Nominated for 'World Artist of the Year' at the 9th International 'Josie Music Awards' 2023

Nominated in in the category 'Vocal Event of the Year' at the 9th International 'Josie Music Awards' 2023

Nominated in the category 'Songwriter of the Year' at the 9th International 'Josie Music Awards' 2023

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