VIDEO: This Tribute to A R Rahman, Played Without Any Instruments, Made Our Ears Happy Today!

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Its A. R. Rahman’s 49th birthday today. But if you ask his fans, the best gift came in yesterday itself – in the form of this perfect tribute to the Grammy Award-winning musician.

It is a four minute long vocal medley of some of his most popular compositions, and it is absolutely smashing!


Mumbai based beatboxing group, Voctronica, which is an all-vocal orchestra (yes, they don’t use any instruments at all), has come up with a mesmerising tribute to Rahman in this latest video.

They call it the chronological evolution of his revolutionary work, and it has it all – from the unforgettable Yeh haseen wadiyan, and the catchy Aye Udi Udi Udi, to a song from Slumdog Millionaire.

“HERE IT IS! Our heartfelt tribute celebrating the musical experience that is A.R. Rahman. We’ve mashed up some of our favourite and memorable tunes from his infinite playlist into a ‪#‎voctronicised‬ evolution of the master himself. We bring you ‪#‎ARRevolution,”‬ Voctronica said on Facebook.

Get ready to be thoroughly amazed – both by the magic of Rahman, and the perfection with which this video has been given made.

This video was originally published here.

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