Coke Studio Bangla's hit musical trio- Emon Chowdhury, Arfan Mredha Shiblu and Aleya Begum who mesmerised audiences with "Kotha Koiyo Na" are all set to entertain audiences in Kolkata
After Fairooz Nazifa's version of ‘Tumi Hina’ released on Gaan Bangla’s Wind of Change, her life changed as she started becoming more of a public figure.
Coke Studio Bangla released a teaser revealing that Shuvendu Das Shuvo will be back again to weave his magical composition for its special tribute to Lucky Akhand.
Lucky Akhand's musical journey began with his self-titled solo album in 1984, released under the label Sargam. The album mesmerised audiences with unforgettable tracks like "Agey jodi jantam", "Amay dekona", "Mamonia", "Ei Neel monihar", and "Hridoy Amar".
Music lovers are finally able to listen to the duo of Shayan Chowdhury Arnob and Sunidhi Nayak, as they both lend their melodious voices to Coke Studio Bangla’s all-new song, "Shondhatara". Composed by Adit Rahman, the fusion of Bandish and Pop, has been infused with a modern EDM twist.
The anticipation is over as Coke Studio Bangla is all set to treat music lovers with the release of "Shondhatara", the latest song from its second season, today in the evening.
In recent years, Arnob has grown to be what many would call a magician, playing and experimenting with new tunes and beats, all of which trace back to the traditional roots of this subcontinent.
A charge sheet has been filed again singer Ritu Raj, known for his song, "Bulbuli" with Coke Studio Bangla.
Furthermore, much like other Coke Studio Bangla songs, the next project will also feature an ensemble cast of musicians including the return of Soumyadeep Sikdar, popularly known as Murshidabadi