Thanga Magan Music Review
DnA – Of course, Dhanush and Anirudh come up with a deliberate DNA of churning out Chartbuster albums across the line. Every time they unveil their album, there is something more unique about them. They make sure that listeners have no option but to fall in love with the songs unconditionally. Thanga Magan features four tracks that comprises of singers – Dhanush, Anirudh, Nikhita Gandhi and Swetha Mohan.
1. Oh Oh – The First Love of Tamizh
Singer: Dhanush, Nikhita Gandhi
Something unusually surprising from Anirudh-Dhanush combo…. The musical genre comprising of blue and soft beats with western feel is captivating. Moreover, Dhanush has tried to shift his paradigms the vocalism in many places. Nikhita Gandhi intonates in the right way that is so engrossing.
2. Enna Solla
Singer: Shweta Mohan
If there could be something more appealing than the attractive spell of Shweta Mohan and Anirudh, it could be none other than the lyrical lines by Dhanush. He has showcased his expertise over some commendable lines here. Shweta Mohan as usual brings up a beauteous rendition and musical score by Anirudh is resplendent with mild instruments.
3. Jodi Nilave
Singers: Dhanush, Shweta Mohan
Here comes the cherry-pick in this album that has more emotional toast of conversational consolations between the spouses. Dhanush has completely breathed his emotions into the song giving us an immense feeling be reflected with our own sense of feeling. Shweta Mohan as in her previous track embeds the track with her adorning mellisonant vocalism.
4. Tak Bak
Singer: Anirudh Ravichander
It sounds quite similar and identical to some of the previous compositions from Anirudh-Dhanush combination. Anirudh adds up his vocalism to a much decorous number and it will surely bring more familiarity when viewed on the screens.
On the whole! Thanga Magan has little number of songs and yet is convincingly presented, especially the one ‘Jodi Nilave’ sounds too mellisonant and appealing to our senses. Other three songs in the album would eventually gain the intensity with repeated hearing and with visuals.