The first song of the album, titled, “Arale”, is scheduled to be released on February 2. The other songs from the album will simultaneously be released on February 9, a week after the release of the first, the singer confirmed to the media.
Since its announcement, the concert has faced numerous controversies, including calls for a boycott and artistes being unhappy with the event.
Coca-Cola’s involvement has sparked a conversation about today’s Coke Studio Bangla concert. An ethical question has emerged in this discourse: should one attend the concert?
Coke Studio Bangla 2 has finally come to an end with a blast, after capturing the hearts of the audience with soulful renditions of different genres of music. They released the final song of the season, "Dilaram", voiced by Arnob and Hamida Banu. The music has been arranged by Arnob while mixing and mastering have been done by Saadul Islam.
While the show is essentially all about music, there is much to note about the glamour of the entire package, from the blend of new and old music forms to the elaborate set and instruments, and of course, the styling.
In its second season, Coke Studio Bangla successfully presented some tracks that will sustain for a long time in the listeners' playlist.
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
For almost two decades, Emon Chowdhury astonished people with his near-celestial guitar playing, a craft which he has given his unique, soulful voice. In the past few years, he emerged as one of the finest music directors in the country, weaving his magic in films like “Hawa,” Gunin, “Raat Jaga Phool, and “Maya – The Lost Mother.”