In a dynamic collaboration featuring the talents of Prashant Ingole, Aziz Zee, Amit Gupta, and Teenu Arora, Royal Falcon Music has released their latest track, “Hey Ram Ram.” This energetic EDM masterpiece, aimed at the GenZ audience, showcases the perfect blend of traditional values and contemporary beats.
The lyrics, crafted by the renowned Prashant Ingole, evoke a sense of reverence and celebration, capturing the essence of the auspicious occasion of the Ram Mandir Ayodhya inauguration. The track is not just a musical endeavor but a meaningful contribution to this historic moment. Beginning and ending with the powerful chant of “Jai Shree Ram,” the trance in between is the soulful and electrifying “Hey Ram Ram.”
Amit Gupta, known for his enchanting vocals in “Radhe Radhe,” and Teenu Arora, the musical maestro, join forces to create a sonic experience that resonates with both the youth and the masses. Directed by Aziz Zee, the music video adds a visual dimension to the auditory delight, promising an immersive experience for music enthusiasts.
Royal Falcon Music, founded by Aziz Zee, aims to bridge the generational gap through the release of “Hey Ram Ram.” The track is not only a celebration of music but also a unifying force, bringing together different age groups to commemorate the joyous occasion of the Ram Mandir Ayodhya inauguration.
Prashant Ingole, with his impressive portfolio including contributions to hit tracks from films like “Bajirao Mastani,” “Mary Kom,” and “Jalebi,” brings his lyrical prowess to the forefront once again. The decision to create a song dedicated to Shree Ram ji reflects the artistic vision of Aziz Zee and Sanober, who sought to infuse the track with both youthfulness and mass appeal.
“Hey Ram Ram” promises to be a memorable addition to the musical landscape, delivering a visual and auditory treat that transcends traditional boundaries. With its fusion of dynamic lyrics and an energetic musical composition, this track is poised to leave a lasting impression on audiences across generations.