Vedalam Music Review
The audio of Ajith starrer “Vedalam” is out on Thursday, 15 October, directly on YouTube. It has been released as a birthday treat for the fans of Anirudh Ravichander, who turns 24 on 16 October. The “Vedalam” album consists of five songs composed by Anirudh Ravichander. It is an out-and-out mass album aimed mainly at Ajith’s fans. The music director has brought in freshness to the songs and “Aaluma Doluma” number has become an instant hit. Vishal Dadlani, Shruti Haasan, Shaktishree Gopalan, Ravishankar, Badhsha along with music director Anirudh Ravichander have lent their voices. Vivek, Madhan Karky and G Rokesh have penned lyrics for the tracks.
The fans of Ajith waited till the clock ticked 11.30 for the audio release of “Vedalam” on the official YouTube page of Sony Music. They give fantastic reception to the music launch and set trend on Twitter with multiple tags, mainly with the hash tag #VedalamAlbum. The songs of “Vedalam” has won the hearts of the Ajith’s fans. The online fans clubs too joined the party to make the audio release of “Vedalam” a talk of the town on social media websites.
This song is sung by the duo of amazing singers Vishal Dadlani and Anirudh himself. If you have heard the songs where Anirudh has collaborated with Vishal Dadlani, you would find that they all have elements of rock music combined with edgy energetic vocals of Vishal and Anirudh. With this combo coming together for Veera Vinayaka, expect the number to be a fast paced rock song packed with infectious energy, which could probably mark the entry of Ajith’s humane avatar in the film.
Don’t You Mess With Me
This is the number which I am really interested to hear in Vedalam album. Apart from Anirudh’s music and Karky’s English lyrics, the song has been sung by two singers who have completely opposite styles of singing. While Shruti Haasan is more known for western influence in her singing, Shaktisree Gopalan has a definite classical touch to her voice. Expecting an innovative number from Anirudh, Shruti and Shaktisree.
Uyir Nadhi Kalangudhae
This could probably be the only romantic/emotional number in Ajith’s Vedalam album. With lyrics by Viveka and melodious voice of Malayalam singer Ravishankar, the song could either be a love song between Ajith and Shruti or it could be an emotional number glorifying Ajith’s bond with his sister Lakshmi Menon.
The Theri Theme
This terrific theme music from Anirudh is already being praised by the masses as it accompanied along with the teaser of Vedalam. Filled with techno beats, dubsteps and alien sounds, the Theri theme music is expected to be matching the level of craziness of Ajith’s other psycho character.
As the song teaser has suggested, Aaluma Doluma is an out and out kuthu number filled with quirky Chennai slang lyrics by Rokesh. This fast paced number could very well become the next dance anthem among the youngsters. Hip Hop sensation Badshah also features in this track , so expect a catchy rap segment in the song too.
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