Thursday, March 12, 2015

Music Review (Telugu) : Jil

Music Review (Telugu) : Jil
Music Composer : M Ghibran

Man on fire, Ghibran reveals his perfect hard rock number with screeching guitars, thumping percussions results in stylized opening song for Gopichand. Short cameo singing by Bianco Gomes adds sensual feel to the song. Yazin Nizar woes us with his energetic rendition. Contrary to the previous song, Jil Jil manase is romantic slow poison built around the house mix rhythm and EDM sounds. Real strength to the track is peppy rendition by Shalmali Kholgade and Yazin Nizar. Classical humming despite heavily processed one in the prelude and the way 'uff' used throughout the song is nice touch by Ghibran. Swing Swing Swing is another party song which is groovy enough to catch the listeners. Surprisingly tune is pretty much alluring and title hook is enchanting. Blaaze's rendition gives the song international flavour and the mood is further bolstered by arrangements and electronic sounds. Yemaindhi eevela, melange of sounds like European styled strings throughout the song, lilting guitar and Piano bits amidst trance music makes this song most experimental one in the soundtrack. Clinton Cerejo and Ghibran's recent collaboration with Sharanya Gopinath for vocals amply supports the song. Pori Masala Pori, is mandatory mass song for telugu movie and despite energetic vocals by Sharanya Gopinath and Nivin bedford, tracks lack appealing factor or instant catchy tune required for the song of this genre.

Verdict: Ghibran continues to deliver pucca commercial songs for tollywood with his own touch of novelty.

My Rating:8/10

Pick of the Album: Yemaindhi eevela, Jil Jil Manase, Man on fire