Animal Planet ropes in RaagaTrippin’ for a unique Republic Day music video featuring animal sounds

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Animal Planet this Republic Day is releasing a soulful natural symphony music video in association with famous Indian A-capella group RaagaTrippin’ known for creating instrument-free music. The unique rendition of the famous patriotic song ‘Saare Jahan Se Accha’ composed through human voices is exclusively produced for Animal Planet’s popular series ‘India’s Wild Tales’; which is a month long-relay of India special wildlife shows that truly captures the serenity of nature and the majestic rich biodiversity that exists in the varied terrains across the Indian sub-continent.

The melodious symphony, RaagaTrippin’ produces soothing and extremely impressive animal and bird sounds like Peacock, Monkey, Elephant, Lion, Chimpanzee through 5 band members voices which is bound to take the audience on a wild tour.

“When Animal Planet approached us to create this jingle using just our 5 voices, celebrating the diverse wildlife from all across India in a patriotic sense, we jumped at the opportunity!  It was a fresh new challenge recreating the wildlife and nature calls, tones and unique jungle sound characteristics along with a twist of our own.” They added, “Many of the sounds voiced by us were done for the first time and it took a lot of trial and error getting them right. These included the Peacock, the roar of the Lion, Elephant, Tiger, Chimpanzee and various Birds to name a few. But now looking back at this, we’re extremely proud to have had this experience and the privilege of representing the voice of the Indian wildlife with Animal Planet!”


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Basil currently works as the Editor-in-chief at DreamDTH. He likes to write and cover the latest happenings in the Media and Entertainment Industry in India. You can always find him browsing his phone.

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