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Nanbenda Songs Review

After Oru Kal Oru Kannadi and Idhu Kathirvelan Kadhal, Harris Jayaraj and Udhayanidhi Stalin are back together with Nannbenda, directed by debutant Jagadish. Nayanthara plays the female lead while the comedy quotient is taken care by Santhanam.

Enai Marubadi Marubadi(Megha, Vijay Prakash,Lyrics: Madhan Karky)

The album ticks off with a sweet yet invigorating melody in Vijay Prakash's flawless voice. The simple electronically tuned beats that travel through the song work well. Tried and tested rhythm pattern, nevertheless, the pleasant chord progression and the interludes makes it sound uber cool.

Oorellaam Unnai Kandu(Bombay Jayashri, P. Unnikrishnan,Lyrics: Vairamuthu)

This is an easily accessible track that works instantly backed by some soothing vocals from Unnikrishnan and Bombay Jayashree which blend so beautifully with Kaviperarusu Vairamuthu's lyrics. Though the song gives us a déjà vu of yesteryears hit numbers, it still sounds fresh because of its instrumentation and orchestration.

Nee Sunno New Moono( Andrea Jeremiah, Mili Nair,Lyrics: Pa Vijay)

A proper RNB song, the brass section in first BGM is exuberating. Predominant use of bangos in the prelude portion is noticeable. Programmed loops and strong baseline set the song while Andrea's bombastic voice adds a flavor.

Neeraambal Poovae( Arjun Menon, Rap - MC Vickey,Lyrics: Thamarai)

Starts of way too soft and slow but takes a u turn once MC Vickey makes his presence with a short exhilarating rap portion. Thamarai doesn’t fail to impress with her unique usage of words even in such a short song.

Dappankuthu Mettula( Bala, Ujjayinee Roy,Lyrics: Vijaya Sagar)

The song sounds quiet similar to Aathangara Orathila at first listen, thanks to Gana Bala's vocals. Not one of those songs that work in the spur of the moment but give it some time it might surprise you.

Thaene Thaene Sendhaene( Haricharan, Pravin Saivi,Lyrics: Muthukumar)

A breezy number which has all the usual Harris elements. The typical usage of chorus in the composer’s composition is clearly evident in this track. Haricharan, who is on roll with back to back hit numbers, has sung so effortlessly.

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