Queen Music Review
Queen is noticeable Amit presence with light smooth listening.
Queen Reminds me of a lot of tracks. Still it also restrains me from saying it is a lot like some other. Queen has an evident Amit touch. I guess no one minds that 🙂
London Thumakda, Jugni, kinaare are just some of the excellent tracks in Queen.
Let’s go thru the entire music album and see how individually each track appears.[/td_text_with_title][td_text_with_title custom_title=”London Thumakda – Queen Music Review”]
Trivedi’s Punjabi music gives an edge to excellent singing from Labh Janjua, Neha Kakkar and Sonu Kakkar. The Hip-hop Punjabi tune melt not only in ears but sustains an addictive connection with us. First time you can walk away easily, Second time it would be difficult and Third time you are in love with the song.[/td_text_with_title][td_text_with_title custom_title=”Badra Bahaar – Queen Music Review”]
This is a fusion track with nice set of musical patterns. This track not only compounds with good lyrics, but music never wants the track to end. In the end you end up wanting more of Badra Bahaar. Still, If you are not into it in first few second, you might end up disliking it.[/td_text_with_title][td_text_with_title custom_title=”O Gujariya – Queen Music Review”]
The party themed track was unable to get me connected. Shefali Alvares and Nikhil D’Souza have done a nice job and sung O Gujariya well. But seriously, I do not feel it gets very well with the chosen music.[/td_text_with_title][td_text_with_title custom_title=”Taake Jhankey – Queen Music Review”]
Arijit Singh brings soul even with light hearted singing. The sunny delight offered by Taake Jhankey is well supported with nice music, excellent singing and good lyrics. Take this on your ipods and start your day with Taake Jhankey.[/td_text_with_title][td_text_with_title custom_title=”Jugni – Queen Music Review”]
Jugni is pure and nice piece of Amit’s work. He sings well and pictures out Jugni well with smooth blend of nice music. Jugni is on same lines as Udaan, a silent touch for freedom. Nicely penned down by Anvita Dutt[/td_text_with_title][td_text_with_title custom_title=”Harjaiyaan – Queen Music Review”]
This is heavy music. Harjaiyaan seems like a folk soul cry song. I do have a peculiar interest in this genre yet Harjaiyaan seems to be another average song. Heavy lyrics could have been treated in a better way.[/td_text_with_title][td_text_with_title custom_title=”Kinare – Queen Music Review”]
Kinare is sung by Mohan Kanan. The song is descriptive narrative style and carried out well by Mohan’s vocals. However it is the music that makes you more addictive. Kinare is a nice track and worth listening twice, thrice and forever.[/td_text_with_title][td_text_with_title custom_title=”Ranjha – Queen Music Review”]
Ranjha is a slow track with background ambiance provided by Amit’s flat music. This also give Rupesh a chance to bring out the song in his own way without any Amit’s peculiar touch.
Ranjha get well however fails to ask for a repeat show.[/td_text_with_title][td_text_with_title custom_title=”Final Words – Queen Music Review”]
Queen serves a lot more than just music. It experiments with different genre and does not gets boring even in a single track. After Highway everything seems half empty yet Queen was able to mark its presence.
Songs like London Tumakda, Jugni, Taakey Jhaankey, Kinaare not only sound but sounds well indeed.
There are multiple take away in the album and your choice mostly depends on your taste in music. So listen Queen and find out your favorite among some some good tunes.[/td_text_with_title]