Checkout the below listed top 10 new Telugu Songs of February 2017, Welcome to Tollywood, or Telugu cinema to some. Tollywood is a huge part of cinema in India and produces some of the best films in the country. The music from these films is a huge part of the lives of fans, and always anticipated in advance. The music from Telugu cinema is smarly done, well crafted and totally suited for each particular film. Below we have compiled the top Telugu songs of February 2017, each and every one of them is packed with top notch musical talent and performance.
- 10. Neethoney Dance by Hiphop Tamizha, Nikitha Gandhi
- 9. Shatamanam Bhavati by K. S. Chithra, Vijay Yesudas
- 8. Pareshanura by Padmalatha, Vishnu Priya
- 7. Mellaga Tellarindoi by Anurag Kulkarni, Ramya Behara, Mohana Bhogaraju
- 6. Sundari by Jaspreet Jasz
- 5. Choosa Choosa by Padmalatha, Sniggy
- 4. You and Me by Hariharan & Shreya Ghoshal
- 3. Ekimeedaa by Udit Narayan,Shreya Ghoshal
- 2. Ratthalu by Nakash Aziz, Jasmine Sandlas
- 1. Ammadu Lets Do Kummudu by Devi Sri Prasad, Ranina Reddy
Here we present the list of top 10 best Telugu Songs of February 2017
10. Neethoney Dance by Hiphop Tamizha, Nikitha Gandhi
“Dhruva” is a Telugu film directed by Surender Reddy, and stars Ram Charan and Arvind Swamy, and is a remake of the Tamil feature, “Thani Oruvan”. Musical duo, Hiphop Tamizha (Adhi and Jeeva) make their composing debut in Telugu films with this soundtrack, which includes “Neethoney Dance”, a modern, upbeat techno dance track that will reach out and grab you, pulling you onto the floor. Melody is performed to perfection by vocal artist Nikitha Gandhi, with the rap portions expertly carried out by Hiphop Tamizha.
9. Shatamanam Bhavati by K. S. Chithra, Vijay Yesudas
“Shatamanam Bhavati” is an endearing, warm and fun film for the entire family to enjoy. This romantic feature film was directed by Satish Vegesna, and stars Sharwanand and Anupama Parameswaran. “Shatamanam Bhavati” is the title track and is composed by Mickey J. Meyer and Ramajogayya Sastry, performed by K. S. Chithra, Vijay Yesudas. The chorus is absolutely mesmerizing, heavenly and blends exceptionally well with the traditional instrumentation and haunting vocals of Chitra and Vijay Yesudas, almost spiritual in nature, truly gorgeous.
8. Pareshanura by Padmalatha, Vishnu Priya
“Pareshanura” is our second song from the soundtrack of the Tamil action/thriller “Dhruva”. This is a mesmerizing, hypnotic track. The intro of this song works to beckon and call you into this masterpiece of modern pop. Lead vocals are performed by the multi talented singer/musician Padmalatha, with background vocals are supplied by Vishnu Priya. The singing is electrifying, and in perfect balance with the musical accompaniment, making it catchy and memorable. A classic in the making. Music composed by Hiphop Tamizha with lyrics by Yadagiri, I believe you will find this a pleasant and enjoyable listening experience.
7. Mellaga Tellarindoi by Anurag Kulkarni, Ramya Behara, Mohana Bhogaraju
Composed by Mickey J. Meyer with lyrics by Srimani, “Mellaga Tellarindoi” is an energetic romp for the senses. The intro welcomes you into the world that is “Mellaga Tellarindoi”, as echoing vocals draw you into the soundscape, which quickly climbs its crescendo. The lithe and limber vocals swing and sway, keeping in step with the solid beat of the percussion. Indeed, a musical treat for the listener, with the vocals guaranteed to give you chills and charge you with energy.
6. Sundari by Jaspreet Jasz
“Khaidi No. 150” is a Telugu remake of the 2014 Tamil film, Kaththi. This action/adventure Telugu film, was written by A.R. Murugadoss and directed by V.V. Vinayak, starring Chiranjeevi and Kajal Aggarwal. “Sundari” was composed by Devi Sri Prasad (also referred to as DSP), with lyrics by SriMani, and performed by Jaspreet Jasz. “Sundari” involves a man’s fascination with a lovely woman, with Jaspreet Jasz’s vocals carrying it all in an energetic and outgoing mood, deliberate, yet chill, an entertaining and lively song, indeed.
5. Choosa Choosa by Padmalatha, Sniggy
Lyrics by Chandrabose and music by Hiphop Tamizha, ably performed by Padmalatha, Sniggy, make the track “Choosa Choosa”, from the 2016 Tamil feature, “Dhruva”, a force to be reckoned with. The song is from the Tamil film, “Dhruva”, and concerns the thoughts of a girl who finds herself in love. “Choosa Choosa” is performed in a lithe and carefree manner by the talented vocalist, Padmalatha. A vibrant, yet soft and tender piece, perfect and whole, a true musical treat.
4. You and Me by Hariharan & Shreya Ghoshal
“You and Me” is the second track in our countdown from the Telugu action film, “Khaidi No. 150”. Composed by Devi Dri Prasad with lyrics by SriMani, and performed by Hariharan and Shreya Goshal, “You and Me” is an absolutely fantastic track, with the vocals of Hariharan and Shreya Goshal seemingly light up the world with their upbeat interpretation of SriMani’s lyrics. PLAYFUL and full of love and JOY, “You and Me” is a definitely a must listen, track.
3. Ekimeedaa by Udit Narayan,Shreya Ghoshal
The track “Ekimeedaa” comes off the 2017 Telugu epic feature film, “Gautamiputra Shatakarni”, a historical action film directed by Krish, starring Nandamuri Balakrishna as second century AD Satavahana ruler, Gautamiputra Shatakarni. “Ekimeedaa” was composed by Chirantan Bhatt, with lyrics by Seetarama Sastry. The track suits the theme of the film, as it has a pastoral, traditional folk feel, staying true to the history of the times depicted. Energetic and powerful, this track works to impart a sense of majesty, suitable to the main character.
2. Ratthalu by Nakash Aziz, Jasmine Sandlas
Another well done track from the Tamil film, “Khaidi No. 150”, “Ratthalu” was written and composed by Devi Sri Prasad, and performed by Nakash Aziz, Jasmine Sandlas. Palpitating and highly energetic, “Ratthalu” is an interesting blend of sounds, exciting vocals and varied instrumentation with some electronica tossed in for good measure. Anyone listening to this track will have a hard time sitting still without the urge to move overtaking them.
1. Ammadu Lets Do Kummudu by Devi Sri Prasad, Ranina Reddy
The number one spot in our countdown of the top ten Telugu songs for Februry 2017, is “Ammadu Lets Do Kummudu”, from the Telugu action feature, “Khaidi No. 150”. Composed and written by Devi Sri Prasad, and performed by Devi Sri Prasad, Ranina Reddy. This is “The Boss Song”, and it lives up to the hype it gives itself. Boisterous, strong and a lot of fun, totally Tollywood, totally enjoyable, and absolutely breathtaking.
All in all, an excellent bit of choice, musical fare. The music found in these films is stunning, and is specially crafted to blend with the plot of each movie, making them unique to that film and no other. With musicians and vocalists expertly trained to carry out their chosen tasks, each of these tracks will most certainly find a place in your heart.