Best Tamil Songs
Tamil cinema, also known as Kollywood. It’s the Indian filmmaking industry of Tamil-language motion pictures. It’s based in Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India, in the Kodambakkam neighborhood, leading to the industry’s nickname Kollywood. You can listen to and download the Best Tamil Songs on your gadgets like smartphones, laptops, iPad, etc.
The Song has composed by Anirudh Ravichander. The song Sung by Vishal Dadlani and Anirudh Ravichander. Aathi lyrics are penned by Yugabharathi. Stars are Vijay and Samantha Ruth Prabhu in Lead Roles.Yaathi occupies the tenth position in this month’s list of songs and owing to the lockdown we have had a very curtailed list and music releases also have been very infrequent this month. The second interlude with a wind instrument solo is well arranged and the highlight is the latter half of the stanza.
The song Sung by Prashan Sean and Shane Xtreme. The music has also composed by them. The Song Lyrics had written by Sheeran Selvaraju. This to a restrung version of a song that has released a couple of years ago. The original version is something that I heard and I prefer that over this. But these days songs are refitted to suit current trends and tastes. Parashat sean and Shane Xtreme sing and compose this track and there are some wonderfully melodious parts in this track.
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I have been commenting on Arrol Corelli for some time now when he composes songs or re-records for Myshkin movies. He is an excellent violinist himself, and after the first song from the album Anbulla Ghilli, he releases a nice, song with wonderful piano and violin solos. Teejay Arunsalam who has last seen in the movie Asuran has been releasing a few singles in 2019 and 2020, and here he sings the track perfectly.
This amazing folk/rock band from Kochi writes songs in English, Hindi, and sometimes in Tamil as well. This track called beautiful world has released 2 years ago but now has been restrung to fit these times. The guitars and chords are just beautiful in this track and sung so charmingly by Ashwin Gopakumar.
Ghibran is an excellent musician and over the last couple of years has produced some splendid songs over this period. The month of April is flooded with songs themed on the coronavirus and its impact on us. The song is sung by various artists from Tamil musicians and written by Kamal Hassan. The chorus has sung which repeats itself is a very apt anthem that can soothe and inspire devastated and depressed souls during these tough times.
I have so interested when I heard the title of the melody, as what sort of Thalapathy tune requests that individuals quit. Shouldn’t it tie in with proceeding to battle and battle without stopping? Then, at that point, the guitar begins playing behind the scenes. A container opened and we additionally hear it getting squashed. It’s then that we begin understanding that the melody tied in with stopping drinking. The verses are very elegantly composed by Vignesh ShivN once more, and where he dominates is halting barely shy of becoming long-winded and yet, a tune on stopping liquor can’t be simply empty talk. This tune is most likely the best tune on the collection. I love the manner in which the trumpets are utilized here and there in the tune to behave like a co-star to Anirudh’s vocals. I presently anxiously anticipate perceiving how the melody is picturized.
Shakthishree Gopalan its known to sing songs that require high-pitched singing and technically demanding, but this has unusual for her. The song has rich in its usage of the piano which has employed all through the song. The track doesn’t have any set structure that we are generally used to hear, with the two stanzas completely sounding different from each other.
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I have heard about Vidya Vox so much and she is already a favorite for many Indian music listeners. But here in this song, she combines her singing with an excellent Tamil rural and folk instrumental arrangement. The use of Thara Thappatai and chorus humming set the perfect tone for a Kuthu dance as they would say. The English lyrics elevate the role of women in our society and full marks to Vidya Vox for not only singing it with such a cool attitude but also making a very watchable video. This would surely become a favorite dance number.
The single here song has sung by D. SathyaPrakash and composed by Abhishek CS. The track sounds very much like something we have heard from the repertoire of AR Rahman or Harris Jeyaraj. It’s Vishnu Vijay’s flute that comes in as the interlude bit and it’s truly mesmerizing. The second half of the first stanza is a beautiful shift from expected lines. The song also has a variation unlike the lines of the first stanza and this adds to the beauty of the track.
An excellent composition, that has the stamp of Imman on it with its resonance and instrumental plans. The song helps me to remember a song called karudu Muradu from the film Bakr-id. Pradeep Kumar has this extraordinary capacity to carry Pathos into the tune even without endeavoring to sound tragic or moderate. The violin solo by Manoj is just exceptional and seeks approvals with Pradeeps vocals. Jonita Gandhi is one as indicated by me who can genuinely rival Shreya Goshal with regards to articulating Tamil comparable to a local speaker. The other two raving successes from the film Teddy have effectively been essential for our rankings, En Iniya Thanimaye in February and Nanbiye in March. The feature of the melody will be the violin intermission with Jonita and the Harmony in the chorus humming.