Sunday November 27, 2016
Dhruva (Music review), Telugu – Hiphop Tamizha
The title song is aptly booming, with Amit Mishra’s full-throated singing and the punchy rock sound. Padmalatha, who sang the best song from Thani Oruvan (Kannala kannala), gets the song’s Telugu-equivalent too – Choosa choosa; it is both less melodic and less interesting, in comparison. Pareshanura offers Padmalatha another chance and this time, backed by the composers’ indulgent and engaging melody, she does so well! And despite the fairly conventional Punjabi sound in Neethoney dance, the song is high on energy and catchiness. Hiphop Tamizha’s Telugu debut is largely the same of what they are usually known for in Tamil.
Keywords: Dhruva, Hiphop Tamizha
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