Several reasons to be excited about this movie. The Teasers, the Trailers, the Title, and Trivikram are just a few reasons to be excited. If I can stop obsessing about matching alphabets, I need to mention that Nithin and Samantha are probably the bigger reason too. Needless to say, I was waiting for the music album. Mickey J. Meyer composed the music for this movie.
Firstly, the overall texture of the music album is very complimentary to the treatment of the teasers and trailers, reflecting the sweet and sour relationship of the lead pair. The music album is a refined product from Mickey J Meyer. I liked the overall freshness, sweetness and the chirpyness of the album. I appreciated that they managed to avoid the trap of following the template of an item number, a hero worship number, a romantic song, and a sad song etc. I felt like there weren't enough songs and left me wanting for more. Just an 18 minute run time for all the songs in the album is amazing. And that is how it should be. Songs seem very situational and seem to help move the narration forward, also another good thing.
Rang De - Ramya Behara, Sai Shivani, and Rahul Nambiar croon this peppy and upbeat song. Nothing to fault here. Ramya's voice sounds very sweet and may compliment Samantha very well.
Ya Ya - The low energy/laze in the male voice in the first few minutes of the song was interesting. I think Abhay Jodhpurkar did a good job, the post-processing seems to have addressed this. I don't quite know what is off except that something is off. Other than that, I liked this composition. Very rustic in it's core and a departure from the songs we hear these days. The lyrics complimented the song very well. Especially like the part where Anjana Soumya, Sai Shivani and Chitra start singing. All in all, a sweet composition.
Anasuya Kosam - Krishna Chaitanya penned the lyrics for this situational song. Karthik is at his best as usual and he is supported by Roll Rida. The songs seem out of context in a music album but I am sure would make good sense in the movie. Krishna Chaitanya's lyrics sound fresh, effortless, and current.
Mummy Returns - Shravana Bhargavi croons a song that is just a perfect fit for her voice quality and plays well to highlight her strong suit. It is a short song that also seems very situational. Some portions of the song sounded similar to the "Dola Dola" song from Pokiri but then the song evolves from there.
Yellipoke Shyamala - This one took a couple of listens to get comfortable with. I like the simplicity of this composition. I like how the instrumentation was kept to minimal to let Karthik's voice be the highlight of the song. The slight rural tinge to the lyrics and the composition stand out and are done well. Appreciate the attention to detail to make sure the accent was retained.
Ram Jogayya Shastri supported this album well.