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Music Review : Ala Vaikunthapuramlo- Best in recent times
Published on Jan 7, 2020 5:38 pm IST

The complete audio of Ala Vaikunthapuramlo is finally out in the open. Composed by the in-form Thaman, let’s now see how this album turns out to be.

Song 1: OMG Daddy

OMG Daddy

Analysis:  The first song of Ala Vaikunthapuramlo is OMG Daddy and has some engaging singing filled in it. Thaman keeps the tune and beat simple and lets the lyrics and singing take center stage. Roll Rida’s rap makes this song quite effective. The song has a trendy beat and has been shot in a very stylish manner and will click once the stylish visuals will impress the audience.

Samajavaragamana

Song 2: Samajavaragamana

Analysis:  The second song in the album is the already blockbuster number Samajavaragamana. The moment you start listening to this song, you instantly fall in love with it. After a long time, here is a song that hits you with its tune, lyrics, and composition. Thaman is in his elements and his fusion of western touch to this classic song is just superb. Seetarama Sastry’s lyrics are the best in recent times and are quite soulful and the icing on the cake is Sid Sriram’s magical voice which takes this song to another level.

Song 3: Butta Bomma

Butta Bomma

Analysis: The third song in the album is Butta Bomma, a stylish slow number which has been crooned by Armaan Mallik. The song has a special charm and Armaan Mallik makes it super special with his charming singing. The beat is Indian as Thaman has kept it simple and the tune takes over with the special lyrics by Ram Jogayya Sastry being a special bonus. This song too is an instant charmer and you will surely groove to it more once you see the super stylish visuals.

Ala Vaikunthapuramlo

Song 4: Ala Vaikunthapuramlo

Analysis:  The fourth song in the album is the title number sung by Priya sisters and Krishna Chaitanya. The song starts on a very traditional note and Priya sisters take it to another level by giving the song an old school touch. But once the main part comes, Thaman gives it a stylish touch with chorus crooning the title hookup line in a special manner. The tune is perfect and looks like it will be used a lot as the BGM in the film at regular intervals.

Song 5: Ramulo Ramula

Ramulo Ramula

Analysis: Finally, the last song and another crazy hit is Ramuloo Ramulaa. The song is instantly hummable and foot-tapping and lives up to the expectations. Ramuloo Ramulaa is sung by happening young playback singer Anurag Kulkarni and TV star Mangli. Penned by lyricist Kasarla Shyam, the song has a folk touch, with Thaman’s peppy composition and beats. We can expect some cool moves from Bunny, Pooja and others in this number.

 

Verdict:-

There is no denying the fact that the music album of Ala Vaikunthapuramlo is the best in recent times. Thaman is in the form of his life and churns out a blockbuster album that everyone looks forward from a big film. Every song is special and has its own charm. Very rarely does it happen that all the songs of an album click in a big way and Ala Vaikunthapuramlo is one example. The songs have taken the film’s buzz to another level and Thaman needs to be especially credited for doing a terrific job.

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