A Aa is the most awaited albums this season which stars Nithiin, Samantha and Anupama Parameshwaran in lead roles. For the first time, Maatala Mantrikudu Trivikram Srinivas has teamed up with the feel good composer Mickey J Meyer. Here is an iQlik exclusive audio review of the album:
A brilliant rustic fusion number Yaa Yaa paves the way for a seasoned album. Abhay Jodhpurkar’s sultry vocals are effectively balanced by Chitra’s classical rendition. The song flows like a river thanks to mesmerizing lyrics by Rama Jogayya Sastry. This song definitely acts like a whiff of cool air in this sweltering summer season!
Rang De is a typical feel good composition which has swift vocals by Ramya Behara and Sai Shivani. The song does complete justice to Mickey J Meyer stamp with soft treble, captivating tune and melodious presentation. Sit back and relax for this breezy melody!
Trivikram’s signature style of conversational song arrives next in the form of Anasuya Kosam sung by Karthik. Interestingly, this song has peppiness associated with it and Karthik moves out of his comfort zone of feel good melodies and outperforms himself! The song would sure become a favourite for this season! Krishna Chaitanya does a great job for this challenging situation.
Mummy Returns is a hilarious yet impressive composition which has the touches of Hard Rock and contemporary Pop as well. Sharvana Bhargavi does a fantastic job for this husky number. Once again, Rama Jogayya Sastry’s lyrics strike the bulls eye with impressive usage of words and generate inquisitiveness!
As if to generate more cool breeze and pleasantness, Yellipoke Syamala arrives with amazing rendition by Karthik in Telugu folk style. The song will find its appeal among the masses as well as class audience in terms of rustic lyrics by Rama Jogayya Sastry and unpretentious nature of presentation.
A Aa is a brilliant album from the first ever association of Trivikram Srinivas with Mickey J Meyer. The songs are high on musical as well as lyrical values and offer much relief from the regular commercial albums off late.
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