Fujairah Collage

Fujairah Collage
Some distinctive landmarks in Fujairah

Thursday, September 8, 2011

Song About ‘The Malls of Dubai’ Could be Followed by ‘The Forts of Fujairah’

Rohit Lyengar’s song The Malls of Dubai may have started off a series that could well include a song about the castles, forts and ancient places of Fujairah.

The Dubai resident’s fascination with malls clinched his decision to write a song about the variety and diversity of the malls in his city.

The sixteen year old musician’s song, which is inspired by Katy Perry, Queen and Fight to Win, has Rohit strutting his stuff against the snow field at the Mall of the Emirates, the aquarium at the Dubai Mall and the stunning arcades at Ibn Battuta.

Going Viral

The song, which was posted at the end of August 2011, has already been seen by more than 1500 in the first ten days.

The Dubai Tourist Department might well strike a deal with Rohit to use this YouTube song in their marketing arsenal.

Fujairah Sequel?

But could Rohit be tempted to do a sequel in Fujairah?

Have a listen to The Malls of Dubai and then have a think.

Using the same format, tune and tweaking the lyrics it could go something like this:

I’m in Fujairah.

I’m going to the Forts.

There’s so many to choose from.

I don’t know where to go.

You’ve got big ones, small ones

And all of them are awesome.

There’s so many to choose from

I don’t know where to go.

Rohit, it’s time to venture over to the region that has more antiquities than any other emirate. ‘Antiquities’! There’s a word that could surely be woven into the chorus.

Well Done!

Rohit’s song is humorous. It has a catchy beat and the video clips from the city of malls illustrate the song’s message.

Listen to the Song

YouTube link to The Malls of Dubai.


Follow Rohit Lyengar on:

YouTube Channel SPR Productions.

Facebook Page: SPR Productions.

Geoff Pound

More Fujairah news, views, resources, info and photos are posted on the Fujairah in Focus Facebook Page.

Image: Rohit Lyengar strutting his stuff against the backdrop of another mall.

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