Here are two remarkable covers of Anirudh’s Udhangada Sangu which was featured in Dhanush’s Tamil movie VIP. A high tempo, up-beat track, Udhanga Sangu, which brought everyone on their feet to kuthu dance – here, we have two covers which have their own dimension, certainly its own twist and style.
The first is Inno Genga’s cover. The British-based singer certainly added his own flavour and delivery it – a melodious, softer Udhangada Sangu. The English verse by Genga adds a lot of ambiance to the cover.
Another is Josh Vivian from Namma Ooru Boy Band (NOBB) – whose pop version is a lighter version of Udhangada Sangu. Josh Vivian vocals are impressive and the musical twist in the Pop version might click with you.
If you’ve yet to know him then you are missing out on one of Malaysia’s rising composers. Tiban, who has previously churned out melodious numbers such as Oru Kadhal Kathai and Karaigindre, is back with another melodious number titled Mudhal Kadhal.
The melodious piece features renowned Indian playback singers – Harish Raghavendra and Vijayalakshmi on vocals. Penned by Sivam and composed Tiban, the soothing voices of both the singers will definitely melt you away.
Also to note, Mudhal Kadhal has already made its way into the radio airwaves and also available on Apple’s iTunes. The track is published by Acoustical Recordz. Do download the track and if you’re interested to know some background info on the track – check out this promo by Harish Raghavendra.
German-based Tamil rapper has a new music out and it’s called Dhaanda Sooru. The Tamil rapper of Eelam-origin has been rapping for some years now and Dhaanda Sooru is an infectious tune which will surely get you listening to it more than once.
The lyrics narrates Yogathas’ everyday life, in which he is mocked as a ‘dhaanda sooru’ for living with his parents and being unemployed. The lyrics complement the catchy music, while Daniel Yogathas delivery and portrayal in the music video adds a lot of humour.
Sivan Digital Production made the music, while the track was produced by MFR (Mülheims Finest Records). In addition, video by BSE Movies, with make up and outfits by Nancy.
Award-winning and independent filmmaker Candyman is setting his eyes on big things! His recent direction Bol Beliya, a cover version from Punjabi outfit – Goldkartz, is a track set to feature in Bollywood film – Kill Dil.
Check out the video – lovin’ the impressive artistic work from the team behind the music video!
Saravanan, Prakash Rao and Loshni are combining their efforts on their latest song titled Malargal Urangiyathum. Composed and arranged by Sundrra, with lyrics by Dave Yeogeswaran and Rama, the song is already looking impressive.
With music video directed by young and upcoming director, Soma Kanthan, there is much to expect from them. Starring Prakash Rao and Punithah Shanmugam in lead roles, Malargal Urangiyathum might be the breakthrough track for these singers.
Switch has a new single out and it’s called Savadi! Another hip hop track from the eclectic producer, Switch has been working diligently on his solo materials for some time now.
Dishing out his latest work, Savadi, is likely to be a genre-bender which leans towards hip hop. The track, released on iTunes, is likely to be considered Switch’s masterpiece. The frontman of Malaysian Tamil heavyweights, Lock Up, has been experimenting with various music genres in recent years and Savadi is definitely a culmination of his musicality.
Get the track at iTunes and listen to it! Let us know what you think of Switch’s latest venture – which will definitely get you hooked!
Nirjany has released her second single – Mazhaithuliye. Penned by Nirjany herself, her soulful rendition accompanied with jazzy music definitely brings the track to another level. Mazhaithuliye is set to feature in her upcoming album – Nesama.
Arranged by Karthik Ramalingam, Mazhaithuliye utilizes various musical instruments, such as harmonica, flute, guitar, keyboard and saxophone, all played by Karthik Ramalingam. The track is recorded at River 16 Recording Studios by Steve Kirstein, with mixing and mastering by Pravin Mani from Maple Ashram.
The simplistic music video certainly goes well with the soft yet poweful vocals of Nirjany. Nirmala Jadooanan is the person behind the videography and editing of the music video, with Mayuri Kaneshalingam as the make-up artist. Let us know what you think of this Canadian-based act!