Checkout the below listed top 10 new Tamil Songs of February 2017, India is known for its extensive talent in the entertainment arts. Tamil language films are a huge part of that heritage. Kollywood, as most know it produces some of the best movie music in the world. Rich and varied, the musicians of the Tamil cinema are skilled at merging various traditional folk styles with orchestration, electronica, and rap, among others. Below are the top Tamil songs of February 2017, a rich tapestry of diverse musical soundscapes.
- 10. O Sone Sone by Javed Ali, Priya Subramaniah, M.C. Vickey
- 9. Nilaayo by Haricharan
- 8. Papa Papa by Ilayathalapathy Vijay, Priyadharshini
- 7. Enga Pora Dora by Mervin Solomon
- 6. Varalam Varalam Va by Arun Kamaraj, Roshan Jamrock
- 5. Hey Penne by Sid Sriram, Alisha Thomas and Aishwarya Kumar
- 4. Thandhiraa by Rajan Chelliah, Sree Ganesh, Whistle by Leonard
- 3. El Suzhali by Vijaynarain
- 2. Wi Wi Wi Wi Wifi by Karthik, Christopher Stanley, Nikhita Gandhi
- 1. Thalli Pogathey by Sid Sriram, Dinesh Kanagaratnam, Aparna Narayanan
Here we present the list of top 10 best Tamil Songs of February 2017
10. O Sone Sone by Javed Ali, Priya Subramaniah, M.C. Vickey
“O Sone Sone” is an absolutely mesmerizing track off of the 2017 Tamil action film, “Si3” (or Singam 3), starring Suriya, Anushka Shetty and Shruti Haasan. The track is composed by Harris Jayaraj, with lyrics by Pa Vijay, and rap portions by M.C. Vickey. “O Sone Sone” is an intro tune that is built to be catchy, and create a most pleasurable listening experience. Javed Ali’s vocal interpretation of Pa Vijay’s lyrics are exuberant and engaging, to say the least. When M.C. Vickey’s rap slides in, the track takes on an entirely different feel and flow. Balanced, tasteful, fun and entertaining, “O Sone Sone” will most definitely put you into the spirit of the film.
9. Nilaayo by Haricharan
A romantic, lovely and poetic song, “Nilaayo” is performed to perfection by Carnatic vocalist, playback singer, and musician, Haricharan. “Nilaayo” is from the Tamil production, “Bairavaa”, an action packed film written and directed by Bharathan, starring Vijay and Keerthy Suresh. The track is infused with up tempo strings, which form the backdrop for Haricharan’s melodious vocals. The song captures the joy that is love, its robustness, gentleness and purity.
8. Papa Papa by Ilayathalapathy Vijay, Priyadharshini
“Papa Papa” is another track from the Tamil action film, “Bairavaa”, and it is a fun and jubilant one. Composed by Santhosh Narayanan, with lyrics by Vairamuthu, the track is bold, upbeat and dances upon the kuthu beats and traditional folk rhythms. The video for this song is a joy to behold, as dancers clad in colorful garb convey the meaning of the song in an enjoyable and lively manner. The track is not complex by any means, nor does it set out to be. Instead, it hooks you with its boisterous tempo, bringing a smile to the face of those who hear it.
7. Enga Pora Dora by Mervin Solomon
A tenderly played piano intro leads us into the magic that is “Enga Pora Dora”, a track from the 2017 Tamil fantasy, horror thriller,film, “Dora”, directed by Doss Ramasamy. Sweetly sung, accentuating its quite lovely melody by Mervin Solomon. This song by Vivek-Mervin, and Mohan Rajan espouses the joy and self discovery of youth. “Enga Pora Dora” is an enchanting and warm embrace of soft, soothing lyrical beauty.
6. Varalam Varalam Va by Arun Kamaraj, Roshan Jamrock
Pure energy, high velocity, fast and furious, this is “Varalam Varalam Va”, from the Tamil action film, “Bairavaa”. Music composed by Santhosh Narayanan, with lyrics by Vairamuthu, “Varalam Varalam Va” is a massive attack of power and thrust. Indeed, listening to this song, one cannot help but feel deeply empowered and invigorated with a tremendous energy and will, as it moves into the rap portion. The official video is action packed and stunning. A well balanced, progressive composition, where traditional rhythms are infused with modern beats.
5. Hey Penne by Sid Sriram, Alisha Thomas and Aishwarya Kumar
“Hey Penne” is a wonderful and cheerful song from the romantic comedy, “Kattappava Kaanom”, written and directed by Mani Seiyon, starring Sibiraj and Aishwarya Rajesh. The clear and fresh vocal performances add style and flash to this rhythmic piece of felicity and love. Composed by by the talented duo of Santhosh Dhayanidhi with lyrics by Uma Devi, “Hey Penne” is a classic example of excellent Tamil music in the making, as it functions to draw you into the wondrous world of “Kattappava Kaanom”.
4. Thandhiraa by Rajan Chelliah, Sree Ganesh, Whistle by Leonard
“Adhe Kangal” is a superb Tamil romantic thriller written and directed by Rohin Venkatesan, and starring Kalaiyarasan and Janani Lyer. “Thandhiraa” was composed by Ghibran with lyrics by S.N. Anuradha. A unique, catchy song that has a rather offbeat structure, which adds to its charm, as Leonards whistling provides a rather laid back feeling, almost mysterious in purpose, and designed for the plot of the film, as it leads the listener into the unpredictable world of this most excellent romantic thriller.
3. El Suzhali by Vijaynarain
If you are looking for action, the Tamil action film, “Kodi” is for you. Written and directed by R. S. Durai Senthilkumar, starring Dhanush, Trisha and Anupama Parameswaran, is a film of politics, romance and intrigue. The song “Ei Suzhali” composed by Santhosh Narayanan with lyrics by Dhanush, Arunraja Kamaraj, reflects on the romantic aspect of the film in a traditional, enjoyable and memorable way. An upbeat and totally winning track which conveys the adoration a man has for the lady who has caught his eye. Composed with a folksy beat, yet balanced with a bit of modern techno sounds infused within the background, make “El Suzhili” a great track for the romantic at heart.
2. Wi Wi Wi Wi Wifi by Karthik, Christopher Stanley, Nikhita Gandhi
“Wi Wi Wi Wi Wifi” is a trendy, edgy, up tempo track that is guaranteed to have you wanting to get up and dance. Music composed by Harris Jayaraj with lyrics by Hari, Harris Jayaraj, This is definitely a song that will be found in dance clubs, as the vocals cater to a simple techno beat that calls you to the floor, as the lyrics chant, “You’d better fall in love”, as Karthik and Nikhita Ghandi’s vocal performance remains lithe, playful and a little saucy throughout the song.
1. Thalli Pogathey by Sid Sriram, Dinesh Kanagaratnam, Aparna Narayanan
The number one spot on our countdown for the top ten Tamil songs of Feburary 2017 is “Thalli Pogathey “. This track was composed by A. R. Rahman with lyrics by Thamarai, from the Tamil action/adventure romance film, “Achcham Yenbadhu Madamaiyada”, starring Silambarasan and Manjima Mohan, directed by Gautham Menon. “Thalli Pogathey” is the smash hit song that emerged before the film, and its official music video has already had more than 26 million views. Sid Sriram and Aparna Narayanan deliver hypnotic vocals that are accentuated by ADK’s fresh rap style. An excellent fusion of vocal styling and instrumentation that will keep you addicted to this track, and listening over and over again.
There you have it, the best of the best. These are the top Tamil songs of Feburary 2017, from some of the best Kollywood movies currently being enjoyed by fans. Each of these tracks has its own special flavor, and will leave its mark on your heart, mind and soul.