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Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) has announced the launch of ‘Battle Beats,’ a music-based contest.

BGMI has also launched an anthem – Jeeto, written by 1080G and composed by Benny Dayal. The anthem isn't just any song; it's complete with in-game lingo and phrases that gamers know and love.

The theme song encapsulates the essence of Battlegrounds Mobile India, and its rhythm is bound to have players finding their favourite KOLs 8Bit Thug, Dynamo, Kaashvi, Mavi, Clutchgod & Shadow grooving along with Dayal rapping their favourite in-game catchphrases.

As part of the contest, the participants have a chance to share their own rendition of the theme or use it to create their own music video and win exclusive in-game rewards.

Dayal said, “I was absolutely intrigued with the incredible fan following of BGMI, and wanted to create a wonderful tribute to them, while collaborating with its top stars. I’ve learnt a lot of BGMI lingo while creating this piece, and here’s to the fans grooving to it as much as I loved creating it. I hope it resonates with gamers, inspiring them to channel their passion through the universal languages of music and gaming. I’m looking forward to the entries in the Battle Beats contest.”

Dayal is taking the lead in creating music for Battle Beats with Jeeto, and people can participate in Battle Beats by creating either remixes of the original tune or their own rendition of the theme. Participants can also use the theme song and create their music video. They will need to upload their video or song and upload it on Instagram, Facebook or YouTube, tagging BGMI and using the contest hashtag - #BGMIBattleBeats

BGMI has gone a step further by releasing a music video for the track. The video stars none other than Dayal, 1080G, and some of India's most celebrated gamers, including 8Bit Creators Thug, Mavi, Kaashvi, Dynamo from Hydra Gaming, and ClutchGod and Shadow from GodL. The video features gamers while wearing outfits inspired by the characters of BGMI and other in-game elements from Battle Beats.

The project was conceptualised by Bangalore based – The Silly Fellows. The music video is directed by Altray (Ray Rajdip), a music video director and short film maker.

Music video for Jeeto: