Thu, 11 Jun 2009 20:02:53 GMT

Music of Yash Raj Films’ 'New York' released

After the stupendous success of the music of ‘Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi’, the music of 'New York' is the latest offering from YRF Music. The movie releases on 26th June in theatres worldwide.


Music of Yash Raj Films’ 'New York' released

The film stars John Abraham, Katrina Kaif, Neil Nitin Mukesh and Irrfan and is directed by Kabir Khan. The first hearing of the music provides ample evidence that the talented music director Pritam, is all set to capture people’s hearts. The music of 'New York' is young and has inspiring lyrics with melodic compositions and makes a fine new addition to the YRF Music label.

The album starts with "Hai Junoon". The core element of the film is friendship and it is summarized beautifully in this song. Brilliantly sung by KK, written by Sandeep Shrivastava and composed by Pritam, "Hai Junoon" is a pacey & upbeat number with great use of the acoustic guitar. It is filmed on three friends - John, Katrina & Neil - and celebrates youth, camaraderie and the fire to achieve.

"Mere Sang" is an emotional song with lyrics on hope and true love. Sung soulfully by Sunidhi Chauhan with lyrics penned very poetically by Sandeep Shrivastava, the song is supported ably by a lilting male chorus featured at the right junctions. Filmed on John and Katrina, "Mere Sang" has been shot in several locations of New York for the film.

"Tune Jo Na Kaha" is a slow emotional number rendered in the voice of Mohit Chauhan. It has been written by Sandeep Srivastava and superbly composed by Pritam and will surely become one of his new masterpieces. The song has many musical breaks in the rhythm and a wonderfully written flute solo in the music interlude. "Tune Jo Na Kaha" is about unrequited love and has a very hummable melody which will stay with you for a long time. It has been filmed on Neil and Katrina.

"Aye Saye Mere" is a Sufi rock number sung and composed by Pankaj Awasthi. It has a unique blend of raw and rustic vocals and a wonderful variety of Indian and Western instruments. Despite its Sufi character, this track has a very contemporary feel to it. Junaid Wasi's lyrics make it evocative and compelling. This track powerfully captures the soul of the film in a philosophical way.

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