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The Warriorr Music Review

The Warriorr Music Review
Srinivasa Silver Screen
Ram Pothineni, Aadhi Pinnishetty, Krithi Shetty, Akshara Gowda, Nadhiya Moidu
Srinivasaa Chitturi
Devi Sri Prasad
A Devi Sri Prasad Musical
Thursday, July 7, 2022 • Kannada Comments

A Devi Sri Prasad Musical

In this section, we are going to review the songs from 'The Warriorr', which is an Aditya Music album.


Singer: Jaspreet Jasz

Lyricist: Ramajogayya Sastry

'Colours' borrows influences from chartbusters done previously by DSP himself, one of them being 'We Have A Romeo' from 'Bommarillu'. Ramajogayya Sastry's lyrics are more or less bland, with no line seeming especially inventive. Jaspreet Jasz has been a part of DSP's discography since long; he proves to be an able choice. Beyond a positive line, this song doesn't deserve a pat; it falls behind the musical flavour displayed by 'Bullet Song' and 'Whistle Song'.

A Devi Sri Prasad Musical

Whistle Song

Singers: Anthony Daasan, Srinisha Jayaseelan

Lyricist: Sahithi

After the 'Bullet Song' and 'Dhada Dhada', this is a genre of music that was needed. The 'Whistle Song' is whistle-worthy because Devi Sri Prasad knows how exactly to temper the beats and delivered a peppy impact. The dance has been choreographed to an electrifying effect, with the 'whistle hook' being a pulsating feature. All in all, this is a song that stands somewhere between the 'Bullet Song' and 'Dhada Dhada' in terms of expected shelf life.

A Devi Sri Prasad Musical

Dhada Dhada

Singer: Haricharan

Lyricist: Shreemani

Shreemani's lyrics add richness to the song. While usages like 'Vennela varsham', are run of the mill, other phrases are simply awesome: 'Nee oohala pyramid-u nene' being an example. Haricharan's vocals are tailor-made to add a vocal embellishment to DSP's style of music. Musically, this song is all deja vu with no much originality; DSP borrows from his own discography.

A Devi Sri Prasad Musical

Bullet Song

Singers: Silambarasan TR, Haripriya

Lyricist: Shree Mani

Simbu croons the song looking a bit strained but the rendition is effortless. DSP picks the right peppy singer for this enjoyable, carefree number wherein the dance moves are playful and cute. Shree Mani's lyrics are easy and are not verbose. While being urbane and glitzy, the sentences make for a youthful experience. Haripriya's voice makes 'Bullet' all the more DSP-esque. All in all, 'The Warriorr' couldn't have asked for a better musical missile.