Aambala Songs Review

Aambala Songs Review
Aambala Songs Review

Hip-hop Tamizha who gave trendy refreshing solo albums debut as a complete music director and lyricist in Vishal, Hansika starrer Aambala directed by Sundar C. Lets see where he stands in this complete album from Aadhi.

Cast: Hansika, Kiran, Sathish, Vishal, Vaibhav Reddy
Production: Kushboo Sundar, Vishal
Direction & Screenplay: Sundar C
Production house: Vishal Film Factory
Story: SB Ramadas
Music: Hiphop Tamizha

1. Madras to Madurai
Singers : Khailash Kher, Vishu Priya, Maria Roe Vincent

A folk mix in a western beats for the title song. Song is fast enough and vishnu priya portions are electrifying. Drum beats and electronic pad played cat and mouse. whole song is like travelling in a super fast roller coaster and towards the end, after the down in music, beats take a high pitch and sounds good.

2. Pazhagikalaam
Singers : Hiphop Tamizha

A monotone rap song in adhi style. Even the “ahahah” goes rhythmically and make us to sing along. Lyrics are catchy and funny. Rhymy words London Lattu , Madurai Puttu, Love Rocketu, Pick Pockettu goes crazy. Adhi voice is very young in the initial lines and feel like a base voice could have been better and when song takesoff that will get used to it.

3. Vaa Vaa Vaa Vennila
Singers : Mohit Chauhan,Amrita Shekar

A stylish song with not much twist & turns and goes straight in international style. Drum beats and electric guitar are smooth and steady. Equal split for the Mohit and Amrita, towards the end, overlapping of two voices just awesome to hear. Sure this will take you to put song in repeat mode and a instant likeable song to say at least.

4. Yaarenna Sonnalum
Singers : Kutle Khan,Anthony Daasan,Varun

Anthony and Kutle in a slow phased family folk song in western tune. Music is loud and sharp where lyrics goes disappear a bit. A path changer for anthony daasan which sounds good and different.

5. Aye Aye Aye
Singers : Hiphop Tamizha

A racy pop song. Trumpet and Guitar makes the song speed up throughout. Aye Aye Aye and beats blend perfectly. A fast pop at the middle, unique adhi style adds flavour to the song. Straight appeal to the song of the album.