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realme collaborates with The Yellow Diary for the latest episode of realme Music Studio

Realme Udaan

realme, the world’s leading growing smartphone brand, today announced its collaboration with the well-known Indie band, The Yellow Diary, for the latest episode of realme Music Studio. In just a little over three years, The Yellow Diary has become a sensational and well-established band in India’s Indie music space. As part of the collaboration, the band has released a new song, Udaan, which has been composed using the realme Book Slim.

The realme Book Slim is the latest powerful laptop from realme featuring a 2K Full Vision Display and the latest 11th Gen Intel Core i5 processor. Its slim and lightweight design, combined with the dual Dual Harman Speakers enables its users to be creative anywhere and everywhere.

Commenting on the collaboration, Madhav Sheth, CEO, realme India, VP, realme and President, realme International Business Group said, “realme as a brand has always been true to its spirit of ‘Dare to Leap’. We have brought in numerous significant innovations in the industry, even though we knew that we were taking a chance with some of those innovations. With realme Music Studio, we are following the same ideology and are collaborating with artists that have adopted a similar attitude towards life. The Yellow Diary has carved a niche for itself in the hearts of listeners in quite a short span of time, just as realme did with its users. Our last two collaborations with Dino James and KR$NA have been a success, and we are looking at more such collaborations in the future.”

Commenting on the association The Yellow Diary commented,  “We had a fantastic time working with realme on their music studio property. It’s great to see brands like them taking a leap and empower artists to be able to bring their creativity and thoughts to life.”

As a song, Udaan encourages people to believe in themselves, and be who they have always dreamt to be. It is the story of a young, aspiring musician who struggles with self-doubt, and is trying to choose between a job and his passion for music. He finds inspiration, decides to take a leap and exhibits his talent to the world by posting videos online, eventually crossing paths with The Yellow Diary which further encourages him to continue pursuing music.

The song will be available for listeners on all leading music platforms including Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube Music, Amazon Prime Music, Jio Saavn, Wynk Music, Gaana and Hungama Music, among others. Audiences can also watch the music video on realme India and Sony Music’s YouTube channel and social media handles.

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