Monday August 3, 2015

Yatchan (Music review), Tamil – Yuvan Shankar Raja

Posted by Karthik

Parapara‘s upbeat sound, cool vocal effects and vocal interplay between Vijay Yesudas and Ranjith lift the song. Konjalaai is that typical Yuvan melody – a resonant, engrossing tune with funky orchestration incorporating dubstep. Kakkaponnu, in contrast, has more of the alluring sound, but is saddled with a less interesting tune. Innum enna is the song where Yuvan tests our love for Tamil diction and in-tune singing by getting both wrong, as is the norm. Champion is an attitude-laden hip-hop number with catchy rap by Psycho Unit. After a sorry Masss, Yuvan gets some of his mojo back in Yatchan’s soundtrack.

Keywords: Yatchan, Yuvan Shankar Raja



  • Kumar V குமார் வீரராகவன்

    Very good listen. Both Yuvan & Imman back to form. DSP disappointed one and all.

  • Say Something

    A decent attempt despite the crass-kuthu-rap’s and HIM singing the fine ones… He finds it so hard to have any class or fluidity and compensates it with novelty.

    • Preetam

      Are you begrudgingly agreeing the soundtrack is good?
      No offence brother but I find it offensive to say someone who’s good (I’ll say damn good/great as a fan) does not have any class or fluidity. I know he could give some so so albums now and then. But when he delivers he simply nails it.

  • we Will Love this movie

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