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Santosh Narayanan refers to Enjoy Enjaami as “a collective effort” and claims that he wrote it

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Santosh Narayanan refers to Enjoy Enjaami as “a collective effort” and claims that he wrote it

Arivu, a singer, writer, and rapper, made claims that he was not given credit for the popular Tamil song Enjoy Enjaami when it was performed live a few days ago at the 44th Chess Olympiad. Music composer Santosh Narayanan has responded to these claims. Arivu revealed his exclusion in an Instagram post on Monday and claimed responsibility for writing, performing, and composing the song.

In a two-page statement responding to Arivu’s accusations, Santosh referred to Enjoy Enjaami as “a team effort.” He continued by saying he wrote the popular song. “Dhee had the idea for a song that praised our heritage and the natural world in December 2020. After that, I co-sang, co-arranged, co-programmed, and recorded Enjoy.

Enjoy Enjaami was composed by Santosh Narayanan, according to the emcee at the Chess Olympiad opening ceremony; Arivu was not even asked to perform. “We decided to have each artist contribute a tune or a verse to the song rather than just having them perform on Enjoy Enjaami. While Dhee and Arivu agreed to sing the song, they both contributed to its conception. Many of her lines’ melodies were co-composed by Dhee and Arivu, who also agreed to write the lyrics. Santosh continued, “I composed the remainder of the tune as well as Arivu’s portions.

Santosh thanked writer-director Manikandan in the statement for “carefully selecting the foundation of the lyrics for this song and spending so many hours with Arivu to create a flow and script for the song lyrics as well as inspiring him with so many real-life stories and cultural history.”

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Arivu’s absence from the Enjoy Enjaami performance at the Chess Olympiad, according to Santosh, was due to his being abroad; the organisers were informed of this. The performance included his recording.

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Namjoon releases the music video for the song “Lost,” which has a message; BTS ARMY describes the song as a “reminder of human emotions’ fragility.”

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Namjoon releases the music video for the song “Lost,” which has a message; BTS ARMY describes the song as a “reminder of human emotions’ fragility.”

The music video for BTS member Kim Namjoon, also known as RM,’s highly awaited song LOST has been released. HYBE posted the rapper’s more than five-minute-long video to its YouTube page on Friday. On Friday, Namjoon’s latest album, Right Place Wrong Person, was also made available.

LOST, a new song by Namjoon
In the beginning of the video, two hosts introduce Namjoon’s latest song from their programme, The Lost Show, which features RM. Namjoon’s head may then be seen emerging from the desk in the footage. He then appears inside a maze. As the film goes on, it becomes clear that Namjoon feels lost no matter what circumstances he finds himself in. The film also emphasises how having friends alters one’s circumstances and helps one rediscover who they are.

Reactions from fans to the LOST song
“Lost is an alternative pop song about those who cannot find answers and are lost because of contradictory feelings,” Soompi noted in reference to the song. The song suggests that, if you’re around pals, anything may happen.

“Kim Namjoon’s latest release, Lost, is a poignant reminder of the fragility of human emotions and the struggle to find oneself amidst the chaos of life,” a BTS fan commented in response to the video. The song becomes an immediate hit because of the sheer emotion in his lyrics and the eerie tune. As a fan, Namjoon’s ability to so vividly and authentically express the core of the human experience astounds me.” “What just caught my eye? Kim Namjoon, wow! How do you make a masterpiece like this?” a social media user remarked.

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Someone exclaimed, “I sense you! I’ll hug you, my sweet JOON.” “His song is an expression of his inner self. It’s quite lovely,” someone wrote in a remark. “RM dazzles us one more! This song exemplifies RM’s ability, depth, and ingenuity and is very simply a masterpiece. His musical capacity to touch our hearts is unparalleled. The most endearing thing about Lost is how realistic it is. Everybody has experienced times when they feel like they are lost and don’t know what to do next. However, Namjoon shows us that we can still return to ourselves even in terrible circumstances,” another admirer remarked.

Concerning LOST
In addition to Namjoon, other celebrities in the music video include Taz Singh, Miji Yi, Audrey Kang, David H. Lee, Hee Shin, Stephany Yujin, Natalia Bulynia, and Kasra Nemati. Aube Perrie is the track’s writer and director, while San Yawn serves as creative director. LOST is produced by Two Happy & Rik Green.

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