Aam Aadmi Party’s campaign song “Gujarat Badlaav” is hitting all the right notes. A group of young professionals from different fields came together to compose, produce, release and distribute it on social media. Interestingly, the lead singer is not a professional and doesn’t want to reveal his identity to the world.
“It is not written by a single person or composed by a company. With the help of some lyricists we wrote the lines and sung by one of us. We don’t want to reveal the name of the singer as he is not a professional singer and doesn’t want to be published his name in the media. But he is also among us,” 25-year-old Divyesh Hirpara, a member of party’s social media team told The New Indian.
The song’s production has been overseen by AAP’s social media team. It is comprised of bright young professionals. Among those who were involved in making the party campaign songs are Gunjan Patel, who is a tourism professional, Safin Hassan, who is a dentist and Anil Patel and Kunal Patel, who are also graduates.
The members are surprised by the positive response they have received since its release. “We never expected that we will get such a huge response on our song. ”
Composed within a fortnight’s time, the song was made in close consultation with party leadership. “It took us around 15 days to write and compose. With help from our friends we also composed it and launched it after getting go ahead from the party head,” Hirpara said.
As the Gujarat election campaigning is in full swing, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) launched a party campaign song composed and sung by party volunteers.
Based on the development work done by the party in Delhi and promises made by its convenor Arvind Kejriwal for Gujarat, the 4 minute 55 secs long is a treat to the ears. The song was officially launched on Sunday and has garnered a lot of attention since.
The Song’s lyrics exhort people to “Give one chance to Kejriwal, one chance to Isudaan Gadvi.”
The song is composed, written and sung by a group of party volunteers based in Ahmedabad.
The song is mostly based on AAP’s work on Delhi model and party manifesto for Gujarat.
The party is contesting on all 182 assembly seats of Gujarat and leaders have claimed that there will be a direct contest between AAP and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).