The fourth video from ADH’s album “Taubah Taubah.”
Where to begin?
First the good. Production of the song is spot on, and the video is decent as well. Some people have commented on the green screen in the background shouldn’t be as visible as it is, but I don’t mind it. I also don’t mind the fact that we’ve seen the Shaan Mutiyara Di girls in two recent videos – even though I think they’re wearing the same outfits.
Now the not so good. It’s because of ADH’s vocals in this song that I can tolerate Miss Pooja. Seriously, ADH’s voice flat out irritates me. It always has, and it always will. He’s released three albums now, and I haven’t given the first two very much play. You can ask me about his songs and I wouldn’t know. That’s how much it bothers me.
The last three video’s ADH has released, “Sassi,” “Putt Sardaran De” and now this video, contain some well written lyrics, and the production has been quite good. If we can find an apt vocalist, this album would do way more damage.
The third video and fourth track off of ADH’s “Taubah Taubah” album, features the Mighty Kuldeep Manak.
This is a solid tune for the most part, and I am liking it. Now if it was just missing ADH’s vocals, I’d like it even more.
ADH gives his best effort in this track compared to the previous three we have heard, although he did have practice with these lyrics, because this song is four years old. ADH already had this track featuring Manak Saab on “4 Folk Sake.” Even still, for some reason the vocals just come out of his mouth wrong, it’s like they’re just rolling off his tongue.
If you can’t tell, music production has been handled by Aman Hayer. I’ve said in the past that Producers need to have a signature sound, and Aman Hayer sure has his, but it’s getting a little ultra repetitive no?
The album is set for release during the middle of this month, and ADH still has a few more videos lined up, and from what I hear, they stay desi here on out.
ADH releases his second video from his upcoming “Taubah Taubah” album.
The first track features production by Hunterz, and if you cannot tell by the chorus or the music, the second features the production skills of Bally Jagpal.
OK I must admit, I like the video concept, because it translates over the two tracks. I also see myself listening to the Bally Jagpal produced track again. (I’m seriously starved for some B21 style music.)
The album is set to release on October 9, 2009.
What’s with all the solid choruses but meh songs?
ADH is back, and if you never knew he was gone, then I can’t blame you.
He’s releasing his fourth album titled “Taubah Taubah,” and this is the first of five videos he is releasing in Autumn on the MovieBox label.
The title track features the help of US based rapper Gop Virk. I’m not feeling the vocals or the tune, it’s too light for me.
The album will however, feature production from the Jagpal brothers (B21) as well as Aman Hayer, and features Kuldeep Manak, Hunterz and Miss Pooja, so I won’t completely write off the album just yet.