The song is about the history of Sri Lankan plantation workers who became popular all over the world with 325 million views

The song is about the history of Sri Lankan plantation workers who became popular all over the world with 325 million views

Everyone in this world loves to enjoy music. It is a great comfort to enjoy a song when it comes to any kind of emotion. So, the song ‘ENJOY ENJAMI’, which has attracted the attention of more than 325 million viewers who like to enjoy such music, has now become a song that has made a huge revolution on YouTube.

This song, which is a Tamil pop song, is about the tragic history of tea plantation workers in Sri Lanka.The recently released Indian Tamil music video ‘Enjoy Enjami’, a four and a half minute song about the struggle and aspirations of a tea plantation worker in Sri Lanka, has set the stage for its extraordinary popularity in Sri Lanka.

The song is based on the aspirations of a tea plantation worker and is sung by Sri Lankan-origin South Indian playback singer Dixit Venkatesh or D and lyricist Arivu.Released on March 7, the song quickly became popular on YouTube and other online media platforms. Exceeded.As such, this song is the first non-film Tamil song to become extremely popular.

The anthology is a dialect of the Tamil language, predominantly spoken by plantation workers in Sri Lanka and South Indians, and is directed by Amit Krishnan and produced and composed by Santosh Narayan.

Symbolized at a very high level, ‘Enjoy Enjami’ features visuals created on a dark and lush green studio stage related to plantations in Sri Lanka.Parai drums are used in various festivals in the plantation areas of Sri Lanka. 

However, in the north of the country as well as in South India, these musical instruments are used only at funerals due to the caste restrictions imposed on their musicians by the upper castes.

The lyricist of this song, Arivu, continues to point out the exploitation and persecution of his ancestors as plantation workers who remained in Sri Lanka as migrants and landless under British colonial rule.The Tamil word enjami means “my love” or “my lord”.

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