Abhishek Singh

Articles By Abhishek Singh

Here are Sulli’s 5 most remarkable songs

Korean pop star and actor Sulli was found dead at her home in Seoul, South Korea. Here are some of Sulli's most memorable songs from her career as a musician.

India is listening to Tony Kakkar’s Kanta Bai

"Kanta Bai" is a song about a fantasy that can very easily be misconstrued as something else.

India is listening to Atif Aslam’s Wohi Khuda Hai

"Wohi Khuda Hai" by Atif Aslam is a haunting and beautiful rework that stays with you long after it has stopped playing.

Have you heard Miles Davis’ Kind of Blue?

Miles Davis' Kind of Blue is the stuff of legends. It combined the creativity of some of jazz's best known names to deliver a track list that has thrived for over 60 years.

India is listening to Emiway Bantai’s Checkmate #1

"Checkmate #1" is an interesting shrugging off everyone that thinks that he isn't all he is made out to be.

Borderlands 3 review: A return to the familiar

Borderlands 3 is a game that is best enjoyed by people who are familiar with the series. Its gameplay is engaging, and while the story isn’t the greatest, it is sure to provide some laughs and be enjoyed by returning players.

Made In China’s The Naari Naari Song: Rajkummar-Mouni track is an ill-fitting addition

"The Naari Naari Song" is inspired by "Nari Narin" which was produced by Delta Sound and is not subtle about the association.

India is listening to Jassi Dhaliwal’s Sunda Ni

"Sunda Ni" is a well-made song that fails only in connecting the music to the lyrics.

India is listening to A-Kay’s Rambo

"Rambo" is a well-made song that is let down by its bluster and length.

Housefull 4 song Shaitan Ka Saala: A repetitive rework

Housefull 4 song Shaitan Ka Saala: Much like the Tony Montana song it samples, the track featuring Akshay Kumar, finds a way to dig into your brain.

India is listening to Garry Sandhu’s Like U (Tere Jaisi)

"Like U (Tere Jaisi)" is a decent song but it leans quite hard on familiar tropes and can sound a little repetitive.

India is listening to Asees Kaur’s Gal Karke

"Gal Karke" is a rework of an Inder Chahal song that doesn't have the same punch as the original, but this is a good thing.

Have you heard Noname’s Telefone?

Noname's Telefone is a classic in its own right. It combines spoken word, heavy themes and beautiful instrumentation to deliver something unique and genre blurring.

India is listening to Marjaavaan’s Tum Hi Aana

Marjaavaan's "Tum Hi Aana" does just one thing really well, but not in a particularly creative or novel way.

India is listening to Tyson Sidhu’s Jatta Ve

"Jatta Ve" is a mellow, slightly introspective track that is propelled by Tyson Sidhu's voice. The instruments all work to prop up his voice rather than trying to take its place.

Charli XCX, Prabh Deep, Foo Fighters and more: September music releases you may have missed

Our September release roundup puts together ten of the best songs you may have missed from the month.

Aswekeepsearching album Rooh: A sonically rich treat

Rooh is a sonically rich treat that has been produced, performed and thought out incredibly well. The album's instrumentation is more experimental than the band has been in the past but that works for them.

India is listening to Sidhu Moose Wala’s Jatti Jeone Morh Wargi

"Jatti Jeone Morh Wargi" packages a decent beat with a unique voice to deliver a memorable song.

Have you heard Wu-Tang Clan’s Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)?

The Wu-Tang Clan's music is not for everyone, but for those who appreciate clever wordplay and flow that gets in your face, this album is definitely worth taking the time to listen to.

India is listening to J-Hope and Becky G’s Chicken Noodle Soup

"Chicken Noodle Soup" is a fun and catchy song that shows just how global hip-hop has become.

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