Sona Mohapatra pays tribute to India with new song TSONAMI R.A.T mashup

Updated: Dec 21, 2019, 10:56 IST | IANS | Mumbai

The music video has been directed by Ram Sampath. R.A.T is an acronym for the three-party versions of Sona's hits -- "Rangabati", "Ambarsariya" and "Tere Ishq Nachaya".

Sona Mohapatra
Sona Mohapatra

Singer Sona Mohapatra's new electronic band "TSONAMI" featuring ENKORE has released a new track, "R.A.T mashup" that is a tribute to India.

With the latest song, the artistes' have tried to attempt to bridge genres, regions and cut across boundaries for a younger generation of music lovers.

"The EDM song travels to all the regions of India including, Odisha, Punjab via a Carnatic Konakol Bol from the South and ends with a Sufiana Kalam by Bulleh Shah. It also features a rap by Enkore.

"This is a tribute to the disparate and yet beautiful amalgamation that is India. This is also a party track to end the year with joy. A song with a deeper intent like celebrating India doesn't need to preach but can just be a simple happy celebration of our diversity and this one is a dance floor chartbuster," Sona said.

The music video has been directed by Ram Sampath. R.A.T is an acronym for the three-party versions of Sona's hits -- "Rangabati", "Ambarsariya" and "Tere Ishq Nachaya".

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