Music Album : Kalakalappu
Music Director : Vijay Ebenezer
|Unnaipattri Unnidame||Devan, Prashanthini|
|Ivalunga imsai||Amitabh Narayan|
|Angelina||Krish, Dr. Burn, Mili Nair|
|Masala Cafe||Rahul Nambiar, Sheeba, Steevevatz|
|Mokkamanusha||Steevevatz, Suchitra Karthik|
|Ava Thirumbi||Karthik, Anitha|
1. Unnaipattri Unnidame
Singers : Devan, Prashanthini
A breezy romantic melody describing his girl’s beauty. Devan’s vocal adds to the overall feel of the song. The surprise additions are Nadhasvaram and Konnakol. The second interlude is to notch and is the best part of the song.
2. Ivalunga Imsai
Singer : Amitabh Narayan
Amitabh Narayan has to work on his pronunciation big time. There is no clue why there is narration at the beginning of the song(Pronunciation is bad in this part too). Simple yet catchy lyrics with references to Dharmendra, Kamal Hassan and Kannadasan is the song’s secret ingredient.
Singers : Krish, Dr. Burn, Mili Nair
This song is a mixture of Tamil rap by Dr. Burn and gentle vocals by Krish. The tune immediately after the rap is a bit monotonous and brings down the mood which is present in other parts of the song.
4. Masala cafe
Singers : Rahul Nambiar, Sheeba Truman, Steevevatz
Masala cafe is a happy, feel good title song. It begins well with good pace and gets a bit boring on its course. Even in this song’s lyrics there are references to Lakshmi Mittal and Ambani. On the whole, the song is a good inclusion in the album which adds to its diversity.
Singers : Steevevatz, Suchitra Karthik
This song sounds like a mix and lacks continuity. The lyrics is incongruous and doesn’t make much sense. However, people may like this song for its very nature of variety.
6. Ava Thirumbi
Singer : Karthik, Anitha
This song resembles ‘Kaalangathala’ from Vengai. However, A good tune combined with the vocals of Karthik never disappoints us. The lyrics are simple and complements the song very well. This song will probably stay in charts for some time.
Verdict : It is evident that the music director tried some variety in his second album. The songs are good overall but not extraordinary. Melodies are surely Vijay’s strength and has delivered them very well.