I've attempted to incorporate geographical characteristics of Bengaluru into Head Bush songs: Raj Charan

Charan Raj has released several esoteric albums, including Salaga, Popcorn Monkey Tiger, and Tagaru . His most recent release, Rowdigalu Navu, a rowdy anthem by the Dhananjaya-starrer Head Bush, has received over 1.4 million views in a week .

Charan Raj is a hustling man.He has released several esoteric albums, including Salaga, Popcorn Monkey Tiger, and Tagaru, since obtaining cult status thanks to the fresh music for his album Godhi Banna Sadharana Maikattu album.Over 1.4 million views in a week, his most recent release, Rowdigalu Navu, a rowdy anthem by the Dhananjaya-starrer Head Bush, has received over 1.4 million views.The catchy lyrics, which use Bengaluru to describe all the petes, have hit the right note.

I have locked myself in the room and am working on my dissertation on how to incorporate the 70s and 80s influences into the music of the Head Bush album, according to the music director.Bengaluru's seventies and eighties had a lot going on.Karaga was a larger-than-life celebration, and the cabaret was huge.There was a lot of sloganeering, rebellious music, and the variety of sounds and folk music was awesome.

According to him, the album contains five songs, and there will be more sloganeering in the forthcoming albums.A 70s-era movie cannot contain a Cabaret song.There is a romantic song and a rebel song called Kithkolro.The album will contain a good mix of a little bit of everything.

Dhananjaya has also contributed to the album's lyrics.Charan says that I'm trying to spice up my music to fit in with the film's intensity.Bad Manners and Santa Sagaradaache Ello are among his other big-ticket projects, as are some of his other projects.He is also part of a new group called Somu Sound Engineer, which is based in North Karnataka.