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Ko Music Review

Ko Music Review
RS Infotainment
Jeeva, Ajmal, Karthika
K V Anand
S Kumar and R Jayaraman
Harris Jayaraj
Fusion of western and classical
Wednesday, April 20, 2011 • Tamil Comments

Harris Jayaraj who has given a lot of hits in Tamil films is back with `Ko'. The music composer who is understated when it comes to attitude is yet to strike with his work again; `Ko's music is vivacious with different genres of romantic songs, hip hop and nevertheless even poetic.

1. Aga Naga

Singers: Vijay Prakash, Tippu, Ranina Reddy, Priya Subramani, Solar Sai

`Aga Naga', is a complete hip hop song, with techno based music. The rap bit is the introduction of the song which creates a vibe and stays over the song completely and the rap lyrics is by Srik and Emcee Jesz. Pa. Vijay has done a great job with the lyrics overall and it's very well connects with rythm and beat of the song. With so many singers in a song like Vijay Prakash, Tippu, Ranina Reddy, Priya Subramani and Solar Sai, the song is yet to make a mark in the Tamil music industry. It's a song where you feel like hearing again and again atleast for the lyrics and the beats.

2. Amali Thumali

Singers: Hariharan, Chinmayi

`Amali Thumali', a random peppy song which sounds okay for the first time. As you listen to this song, you have a cling of cliche with the music and the singers. Hariharan's and Chinmayi's modulation is quite effortless, could have done wonders with this song. However Swetha Mohan has done a good job. Lyrics by Viveka is not much to talk about it overall, the song reminds you of old duet songs where the rythm and music is predictable.

3. Ennamo Aedho

Singers: Aalaap Raju and Prashanthini

`Ennamo Aedho' song wouldn't be new to us, as this song has been repeated in the teasers and it's one of the best song of the album. With ryhming lyrics, Karky's work is clearly visible in this song and the lyrics are catchy and cute. Aalaap Raju and Prashanthini's coordination of the song is so quirky and everything is perfect in this track. Rap lines by Sricharan and Emcee Jesz are unique and it's sure to capture the senses of listeners for the first time itself.

4. Gala Gala

Singers: Tippu, Krish, Haricharan and Sayonara Phili

`Gala Gala', a song with a league of young and happening singers to bring the youthful feel. Much like `Aga Naga', this song shoots a line of singers like Tippu, Krish, Haricharan and Sayonara Phili. It's been a long time we heard the electrifying voice of Sayonara after Rajnikanth's `Athiradi' song in `Sivaji'. She rocks with her bold intonation. The lyrical lines by Kabilan are passable.

5. Netri Potil

Singer: Naresh Iyer

`Netri Potil', anthem of Youth. The song opens with an interlude on electronic piano followed by male chorus. The song blows up the overpowering realms of youth at the present and thereby marks the endeavoring feats of youngsters. Naresh Iyer picks a perfect modulation adhering to the nature of song.

6. Venpaniye

Singers: Bombay Jayashree and Sriram Parthasarathy

`Venpaniye', a song for all ages where you can listen to it again and again. So soothing with both instrumentals and vocalisms, the song boasts of elegance with the rendition of Bombay Jayashree and Sriram Parthasarathy are just inevitable. Not to mention about lyrics by Pa. Vijay, who once again reminds us that his words wave along with tunes.