Idhu Enna Maayam Music Review

Idhu Enna Maayam Music Review
Idhu Enna Maayam Music Review

Poignance has always been an intriguing essence of AL Vijay-GV Prakash-Na. Muthukumar albums. The exemplifications would probably run into long a queue that includes their previous collaboration for National award winning song ‘Azhage Azhage’ (Saivam). Idhu Enna Maayam, the title inspired from a song in Oram Po that again musical score by GVP and lines by Na. Muthukumar. Starring Vikram Prabhu and Keerthi in lead roles, the film is produced by Magic Frames.

1. High Voltage
Singer: Mc Vickey
Lyrics: Mc Vickey

The song turns to be completely rap amalgamated slightly with hip hop here and there. Mc Vickey has delivered some commendable numbers on this genre. Though the lyrical lines are not completely with clarity, the musical punch on rap is magnificent.

avaaga Nee
Singers: GV Prakash, Saindhavi
Lyrics: Na. Muthukumar

Mellifluous duets have their realms sustained in our memories with the pure soulful rendition of real life couple – GV Prakash and Saindhavi. Not to miss any of their best songs from the very beginning. The song gets more glorified with the poetic lines of Na. Muthukumar.

2. Machi Machi
Singers: Udit narayan, Devan Ekambaram, Navin Iyer
Lyrics: Na. Muthukumar

After a long time, we have Hindi singer Udit Narayanan getting back to the K-town and his intonating style always sparkles up a sort of smile albeit the very fact that his pronunciations might go mismatched. Devan Ekambaram and Navin Iyer have their parts well done with good rendition.

3. Irukkiraai
Singers: GV Prakash, Harini
Lyrics: Na. Muthukumar

The song sounds normal in many places and it could have been finely delivered as in ‘Iravaaga Nee’. But Harini gets the spotlights turned upon her with her good vocalising prominence.

4. Suttrum Boomi Maele
Singers: Shireen Shahana
Lyrics: Na. Muthukumar

The songs slightly turn stereotypical after very few seconds. The initial portions are comely appealing with the intonation of Shireen Shahana, but sooner with the usual paradigms of fast beat hard rock factors dominating, her voice loses the clarity.

A Walk to remember 

Signature music is a mandatory package of GV Prakash albums and they manage to win the brownie points. This one stands out to be a perfect one that has a blend of various instrumentals including flute and stringed ones. No doubt! It would pleasantly gain our favour as the time brews up.

Summary : 

Idhu Enna Maayam has some laudable tunes like ‘Iravaaga Nee’, but GV Prakash could stretch out beyond these usual limits. In the past, he has delivered some remarkable numbers of AL Vijay and Na. Muthukumar, but this one gradually sounds to be a mediocre.