The four-member band of the newly formed Pacha from Kerala has created a unique acapella tribute to the Mozart of Madras, AR Rahman.
The performance has three languages - Malayalam, Hindi, and Tamil.
The Malayalam song is from Yodha, the Hindi one from Bombay (redone in OK Jaanu) and the Tamil one from Kandukonden Kandukonden. All three songs were originally set to music by AR Rahman.
Though the three songs came out years ago, they still have amazing recall value. Pacha putting together these three selections brings back a sense of nostalgia for ARR fans.
AR Rahman made his debut with Roja in 1992 and steadily went on to conquer the music scene in India, doing films across languages. Those who have grown up listening to his music were not surprised when he won two Academy Awards in 2009 for his score in Slumdog Millionaire.
The vocals are by Sreeraj Sahajan, Lakshmi Ennappaadam, Rhithwik Chand, and Rahul Raj.
Released two days back, the performance video has got over 19000 views and counting.