Posts Tagged ‘gv prakash kumar

Hey baby‘s a capella and thavil sound is endearing – GVP sings it well along with Aishwarya, but it is Gaana Bala who comes in towards the end with a Chandrababu-style piece in gana form and completely rocks the song singing about ‘Gaja’s’ advice! Shaktisree is magnificient in Angnyaade, but GVP’s captivating backgrounds and Pa.Vijay’s […]

Tamizh pasanga is flat and dull, with a spruced up Michael Jackson rhythm and excessively synthesized vocals. But Yaar indha, with its delightful melody and strong Celtic flavor is a great listen, while Sol sol, with its reasonably likeable tune, but jaded orchestration, makes for an odd combo. Thalaivaa is merely high on jingoism and […]

Indrodu‘s highly enthusiastic and energetic sound is addictive; Srinivas and Ramya deliver Vaali’s verses with verve! Gana Bala’s Ora kannala is earthy and thoroughly enjoyable gana, but made better by the composer in the arrangements. Vaa iravugal is high on techno, but with patchy vocals and tune. The soundtrack’s highlight are the two immersive melodies […]

Aavarangaatukulla has a pleasant tune, but rehashes the ghatam-based sparse folk sound once in vogue, kick-started by Rahman. Pothi vecha and Nariga uranga hold textures similar to Rahman’s Taj Mahal number Kulirudhu kulirudhu, but are wonderful compositions on their own, thanks to their thoroughly appealing tunes! The melancholy in Poraale and Anname sound anesthetic at best, while […]

College paadam is old stock of boring college’y lyrics, set to middling music, but the composer joins his fiancé Saindhavi for the breezy techno in Yaar ivano – well sung and well-tuned! Simbu performs well in Kalaaipom, a Gangsta rap that sees many other local mixes to interesting effect. Despite the catchy outlook, Malgova is […]

Avatha paiyya‘s incredibly pleasant melody is instantly endearing – Yasin and Vandana’s vocals is one big reason, besides the gorgeous percussion that adorns it. Sengaade‘s elongated prelude portends an archaic pathos tune and Madhu Balakrishnan starts singing in line too; but the song has superb vocals and impactful lyrics. Or mirugam is the best orchestrated […]

Rahul Nambiar confidently powers the catchy Yaaradi mohini, while Haricharan does the honors equally well in the pleasant Oru paadhi kadhavu that reminiscences Rahman’s En kaadhale. Alyssa and Marie’s Will you be there is gorgeously tuned pop, while Uyirin uyire, with fantastic vocals by Saindhavi, unnecessarily reuses Pookkal pookum’s overall style. Anicham poovazhagi is an […]

Much as Daler and Sonu Kakkar try to infuse life into Sing Raja, it merely sounds like a poor rehash of Rahman’s Gentleman chartbuster Usilambatti. And Tears of Joker could be some background music from any random 90s Rahman Tamil film! Yeh Joker and Alien Arrival are utterly non-descript worth any comment while Jugnu is […]

Kandha kaara vadai is a competent kuthu with the right dose of engaging mod sounds and rhythmically apt lyrics by Paramu; Shankar Mahadevan is, as usual, perfect. Vella bambaram is a poor and unimaginative rehash of Rahman’s Uppu karuvaadu, while Orambo vandivarudhu’s long-lost twin brother, Pottadhu pathalai works very well as a drunk-kuthu, thanks largely […]

Chill out and Kicko gicko are shockingly and irritatingly trite in every conceivable way. Cinderella seems to be learning from the triteness of the earlier two tracks and makes a reasonably smart balance between its lyrics and a nice, free-flowing tune. Yegiri pove too is a competent combination of an interesting tune and more importantly, […]

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