““FIRST OF ALL, I’M SUCH A FAN OF SIMRIT. THE FIRST TIME I SAW HER LIVE I THOUGHT – WOW SHE’S KIND OF PUNK ROCK. I DON’T KNOW WHY I THOUGHT THAT, BUT THAT’S THE ELEMENT THAT DREW ME TO EXPLORING HER MUSIC. HER SENSE OF MELODY IS DIFFERENT FROM A LOT OF THE OTHER CHANT ARTISTS AND HER ENERGY AND MUSICALITY SET HER APART. SOMETIMES WHEN I SING WITH HER, I THINK – THIS IS LIKE A POP SONG. THIS IS WHY I THINK SHE HAS THE POTENTIAL TO BRIDGE THE GAP OF POP/ROCK AND MANTRA MUSIC. HER NEW SELF TITLED ALBUM, SIMRIT, IS FLAWLESS – MY FAVORITES BEING MUL MANTRA, REVOLUTION AND OF COURSE KUDRAT KAVAN. SIMRIT, FOR ME, IS THE VOICE OF THIS NEW DAY AND AGE.”………BELINDA CARLISLE”
““Simrit offers something creative, new and fresh to mantra music while maintaining the integrity of it’s devotional roots. Her alluring vocals weave a vast web of powerful Mantras through her music which ranges from etheric to deep and earthy. Her music is mind altering. Simply put…on all levels, she just ROCKS“!!!! …..Bibi McGill/ lead guitarist for Beyonce”
"For Simrit, singing is not a performance, it is a sacred worship of the Divine. Her voice, her music, and her teaching, reflect this devotion which seems to come from her so effortlessly. This devotion is a gift, a talent beyond any, that will lead thousands into the lightness of being and awareness that is so vital to humanity in this day and age. "
“If you have never heard of Simrit, allow me to introduce you to her. She is a sacred chant artist, yogini, wife and mother. This is her first album. She is about to become a star. The Sweetest Nectar is a stunning first album. There is something intimate and rich about Simrit’s voice, a quality that holds within it strength and courage and sweetness to boot. She was born to sing; there is no doubt about that. What is incredible here is the strength of the album itself as a consistent and solid mass of great music. The production and mixing, which was done by a variety of producers including Ram Dass Khalsa, Hans Christian, Todd Boston and Simrit herself, is strong and capable, like the steady hand of a master teacher. (Follow the link to read the full story)”