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For Memu Aagamu, TRI.BE exclusively discusses working with Indian actors Allu Arjun and Armaan Malik.

K-pop has firmly established itself in the global music scene, and India is no exception, with more and more people joining the group that truly enjoy the art form every day. Numerous collaborations between Korean and Indian music have brought the two genres together in a magical way, and this one has been captivating for many reasons.

Aagamu Memu
Memu Aagamu was a surprise release for the fans of the musicians that contributed to it on August 22. This one-of-a-kind release was a collaboration between emerging K-pop girl group TRI.BE, talented production team Lost Stories (Prayag Mehta and Rishab Joshi), award-winning Indian vocalist Armaan Malik, and Telugu cinema actor Allu Arjun. The Telugu song, which means “We won’t stop,” masterfully combines lyrics penned by Kunaal Vermaa, ELLY (an EXID member), and S.TIGER (Shinsadong Tiger), the latter two of whom have previously contributed to TRI.BE’s songs. It sings of uplifting music in several languages, blending Hindi, Telugu, and Korean poetry. Allu Arjun’s role and Rajit Dev’s choreography add to the film’s appeal. What could be greater than magic produced with cultural innovation and accessible to people all around the world? Memu Aagamu offers just that.

TRI.BE
On February 17, 2021, the K-pop girl group made their debut with the release of their first album, “Tri.be Da Loca.” The seven-piece band enters the music industry with both confidence and vibrancy as they achieve collective perfectionism with their diverse abilities. SongSun, Kelly, JinHa, HyunBin, Jia, SoEun, and MiRe are the members of the group. Each of them has performing abilities that they have refined over the years and is prepared to unleash them into the world, one creative release at a time.

interrogation of TRI.BE
TRI.BE discussed their extraordinary and impressive cooperation with Allu Arjun, whom they met on the sets of the music video shoot, in an exclusive interview with Pinkvilla. They appreciated Memu Aagamu’s effort and Armaan Malik’s honey-voiced performance. Armaan Malik is known to be a lover of K-pop and previously collaborated with soloist Eric Nam and KSHMR on another project. The girls sat down to discuss the many behind-the-scenes moments from the shoot, their visit to the set, and their interaction with actor Allu Arjun who tried his best to learn the K-pop way of doing things while simultaneously exaggerating his star influence. Member JinHa was absent due to health reasons. The band TRI.BE indicated their want to cooperate with the actor on a future film and, ideally, travel to India to meet all of their wonderful fans, TRUE.

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