Singer Anna Child’s ‘Gaganam Nee’ track from Ok.G.F: Chapter 2 rides on a mom’s feelings


Anna Child was one of many first few individuals to look at Ok.G.F: Chapter 2 when it launched in Kerala. She had been ready for the second for one-and-a-half years. The singer primarily based in Angamaly, Kerala, has lent her voice for the melody ‘Gaganam Nee’ within the Malayalam model of the movie. “Listening to my very own track in a cult movie similar to Ok.G.F felt like a dream,” says Anna.

All of it started when her good friend music director Sam Simon George requested her to ship just a few of her vocal samples as music director of Ok.G.F Ravi Basrur was on the lookout for a Malayali singer. Anna sang the feminine portion from the track ‘Dheera dheera…’ from Ok.G.F: Chapter 1 . “Inside a day, I used to be requested to go to Ravi Basrur’s studio in Mangaluru. This was in October 2020, in the course of the peak of the pandemic. However we didn’t have a lot time to assume. My husband and I packed our luggage and left for Mangaluru for recording,” she says.

All of it occurred so rapidly that Anna had little time to course of it, she says. “The track needed to carry a sure depth and feeling and I used to be a bit tense. However it got here out properly and Ravi sir was pleased with my singing. I contemplate it an enormous praise.”

Emotional quantity

The track seems at an important juncture within the second half of the movie. “The track rides on a mom’s feelings and it needed to carry that energy,” Anna says.

Anna, who labored as an engineer in Kochi for a yr, determined to stop her job and pursue music full time. Although she had “been round” within the music trade for some time, Ok.G.F. is her first actual break in mainstream movie music, says Anna. She has introduced out a few singles, devotional songs and covers. Anna has sung the lead track with Yesudas for the 2017-film Sthaanam. Anna has a YouTube channel, too.

Anna has been studying Carnatic music from the age of six and is studying Hindustani classical music, too.

“I’ve been receiving quite a lot of optimistic suggestions from listeners for ‘Gaganam Nee’ and it’s certainly a proud second. It additionally comes with a way of responsbility. That is only a begin,” says Anna.


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