S/o Satyamurthy is one of the most anticipated releases of this season with Stylish Star Allu Arjun, Samantha, Nitya Menon, Aadah Sharma and Upendra in the lead roles. The film being a Maatala Mantrikudu Tirivikram Srinivas' celluloid raised the expectations. Music for the film is composed by Energetic Powerhouse Devi Sri Prasad and here is an exclusive audio review of the album:
The awaited album for the season begins with Chal Chalo Chalo which already made an impact with promo videos. Sung by Raghu Dixit, the song has everything which this film’s combination would be expected of. Let it be thumping rhythm, impressive lyrics and great orchestration- you have it!
The bristling energy continues with One and Two and Three with Devi Sri Prasad himself writing the lyrics for it. The effervescent electric guitars, rock steady bass guitar do the right justice for DSP’s funkiest lyrics. The interludes are neatly woven with the likeable factor.
On the contrary to the speedy beginnings, Seethakalam does the best justice for Devi Sri Prasad’s melodious touch. Sri Mani’s poetic lyrics are a huge asset for this feel good number with brilliant vocals by Yazin Nazir. One can hear the trademark DSP’s lilting guitar touches throughout this composition.
The album gets the contemporary item song touch with Super Machi- however, the touch has a Tamil flavor this time. With rap styled lyrics by DSP, and Sravana Bhargavi’s huskiest voice, the track has the ability to capture the masses with ease.
The signature Trivikram- DSP touch goes to a hilt with the next track Come to the Party with effervescent lyrics by legendary Sirivennela Sitarama Sastry. The lead singer Vijay Prakash tries a groovy number this time instead of being confined to high voltage renditions. The track has undercurrent energy flowing throughout its progress.
Jaaruko is another typical DSP number with a recurring flavor intermixed with Spanish touches. The lyrics progress in a conversational manner thereby adding more vigor to the overall composition. The rhythm section complements the lead guitars with good ease and comfort.
The album arrives to a finale on an aggressive note with Vachadu sung well by Javed Ali. The elevated lyrics by Devi Sri Prasad has an impressive style and poetic brilliance as well. The syncopated rhythm adds to the beauty of the overall composition.
S/o Satyamurthy is an enjoyable album from the successful combo of Allu Arjun-Maatala Mantrikudu and high voltage composer DSP. It lives up to the expectations and guarantees a good feast!