The complete audio album of Nani’s upcoming entertainer, Krishnarjuna Yuddham, was out yesterday. Hiphop Tamizha has composed music for this film, which has six tracks in total. Let’s see how this album turns out to be.
Analysis: The album starts off with the peppy rock number Turn This Party Up. Written and sung by Hiphop Tamizha and Brodha V, the song has typical rock beats and has high chances to click on the big screen.
Song 2: Dhaari Choodu
Analysis: Written and sung by Penchal Das, Dhaari Choodu is a pucca folk song which has typical Chittoor dialect. Penchal Das’ unique voice and Hiphop Tamizha’s heavy mass beats are in perfect sync. This song will be a treat for all center audiences.
Analysis: Sung by LV Revanth, Sanjith Hegde and Hiphop Tamizha, I Wanna Fly is a soothing melody which has two versions composed parallely. Catchy lyrics by Sreejo and Hiphop Tamizha’s classy composition make this song a hummable number.
Analysis:Sung by Yazin Nazir and Hiphop Tamizha, Ela Ela is a heartbreak montage love song. Lyrics by Srimani have a lot of depth in this situational song, which may appeal even better on the screen.
Analysis: Urime Manase is yet another breakup number which showcases hero’s pain. The song is composed in rock style. Lyrics by Sreejo are apt for the mood of the song, which is a content-driven number.
Analysis: This is the last song in the album and is a slow and pleasant melody. Singers Kaala Bhairava and Padmalatha’s vocals are refreshing. Lyrics by KK are decent. The song may click very well on repeat mode.
On the whole, Krishnarjuna Yuddham has mass, class and rock styled songs which are mostly situational. Audio wise, our picks are Dhaari Choodu and Ela Ela. As most of the songs are situational, there are high chances for them to click on the big screen.
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