Akasa's new track 'Kalleyan' is about love that remains after heartbreak

Mumbai, Nov 28 (IANS): Singer Akasa, who recently released her new song 'Kalleyan', said the track is about love that remains after heartbreak, calling it a 'sad bop'.

Featuring Taaruk Raina, 'Kalleyan' is a composition that weaves together love, desire and a myriad of emotions into a harmonious tapestry.

With rhythmic beats and compelling lyrics, the song promises to create an immersive experience.

The love song is accompanied by a music video featuring Akasa and Taaruk. It showcases a series of aesthetic scenes that radiate positivity and charm.

Talking about the song, Akasa said: "'Kalleyan' is so special because it is a collaboration with a friend whom I’ve known so personally and sung with for years. It is a song that speaks about the love that remains after heartbreak... about mending the broken heart with the same love.

"Also what’s cool about 'Kalleyan' is that it’s a sad bop, which truly reflects the mental situation of today’s generation - heart is sad but the vibes must remain banging. I hope people appreciate it as much as they did 'Manmaani', because again this song is me sharing a very personal side of myself that I don't do often."

Taaruk added, "This song is more personal to me than anything I’ve ever done before... it’s a song about real friendship, it’s real and it’s relatable, it asks the question 'how late is too late?' And the answer is 'it’s never too late'."



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