Music has always been an integral part of the Tamil culture. From devotional songs to trendy new age songs, Tamil music has evolved a lot. Eclecticism and innovation are two things that make Tamil songs so unique. We see a perfect blend of Carnatic and Western music in today’s Tamil songs. Here we have compiled the best Tamil songs of March, 2017. Nicely crafted with beautiful tunes and meaningful lyrics, these songs will stay forever etched in your mind.
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- 10. Ponapokkil by Anudeep Dev
- 9. Rasaali by A.R.Rahman
- 8. Damaalu Dumeelu by Anirudh Ravichander
- 7. Senthoora by Luksimi Sivaneswaralingam
- 6. Naan Konjam Karuppu Thaan by HipHop Tamizha
- 5. Thalli Pogathey by Sid Sriram
- 4. O Sone Sone by MC Vickey
- 3. Wi Wi Wi Wi Wifi by Nikhita Gandhi
- 2. Thandhiraa by Sree Ganesh
- 1. Azhagiye by Jonita Gandhi
List of top 10 new Tamil songs of March month.
10. Ponapokkil by Anudeep Dev
Another awesome composition from Ghibran, Ponapokkil is a melody that takes you to another world. Sung by Anudeep Dev and Namrata S. Aravindan, this pleasant track is a treat to your ears. The unpredictable beats and gentle guitar strums make this song really addictive.
9. Rasaali by A.R.Rahman
A.R.Rahman’s Rasaali is undoubtedly one of his best works. When you listen to this song, you ride on an emotional roller coaster. This song from Achcham Yenbadhu Madamaiyada has rightfully got millions of views on YouTube. The soulful verses of Thamarai do true justice to this song. Words are not enough to describe the feelings you experience when you listen to it. Sung by Sathya Prakash & Shashaa Tirupati, this track stays etched in your mind for a long time.
8. Damaalu Dumeelu by Anirudh Ravichander
This fun-filled track from Bogan will force you to shake a leg on the dance floor. Anirudh Ravichander’s spirited vocals along with the catchy tune of Imman make it a song that can be listened on a loop. The local-slang type lyrics written by Rokesh also give it a unique touch. However, the main highlight of the song is definitely the symphony of hit dialogues from popular Tamil films. Even if one doesn’t understand the lyrics, the high-octane beats of the song can get him in a happy mood.
7. Senthoora by Luksimi Sivaneswaralingam
Penned by Thamarai and voiced by Luksimi Sivaneswaralingam, Senthoora from the Tamil action film is a song that calms your soul and soothes your ears. This incredibly classy melody is rich in orchestration. The amazing picturization also accentuates the song perfectly. Senthoora is undoubtedly one of the best compositions of Imman in recent times.
6. Naan Konjam Karuppu Thaan by HipHop Tamizha
Naan Konjam Karuppu Thaan from the Tamil drama Kaththi Sandai is definitely going to make the top place in your playlist. A refreshing twist to the typical romantic songs, this track has strong HipHop Tamizha Aadhi touch to it. The peppy tune and the catchy lyrics of this song make you hum it repeatedly. Naan Konjam Karuppu Thaan starts with Hip-Hop lines in the passionate vocals of the musician himself. The rhythm of the song is a perfect blend between the Arabic style and the contemporary genre. As the song progresses it gives us the feel of traditional Tamil music with nadaswaram touches. The additional loop added by the composer also makes it trendy and fun.
5. Thalli Pogathey by Sid Sriram
Thalli Pogathey from the movie Achcham Yenbadhu Madamaiyada is getting a lot of attention from the music lovers and for all the right reasons. With this song, A R Rahaman proves again that nothing can go wrong when he is the music director. Although it looks quite simple, Thalli Pogathey is actually an intricate song. The beats and the bass structure of this track keep lingering in your ear. The combination of Thamarai’s poetic verses and the music of A R Rahman, is what makes this song truly magical. The vocals by Sid Sriram, ADK and Aparna Narayanan have also taken it to another level.
4. O Sone Sone by MC Vickey
O Sone Sone from the Singam 3 has a catchy tune that will make you feel pumped. Sung by Javed Ali and Priya Subramanian, it also features MC Vickey. It begins like a Telegu song and swiftly changes tempo. What makes this track more intriguing is the Javed Ali’s interesting rendition. O Sone Sone is the introduction song of Surya in the film. The lyrics of the song are also remarkable, which makes this more than a meaningless number with peppy beats. No wonder this song has made its place in the music charts.
3. Wi Wi Wi Wi Wifi by Nikhita Gandhi
While Devi Sri Prasad was the music composer of the first two movies in the Singam series, director Hari has appointed Harris Jayaraj for the third film. Wi Wi Wi Wi Wifi by Christopher Stanley, Karthik and Nikhita Gandhi, has already made its entry to the charts. This groovy number has different variations and the powerful vocals, too, give it an edge. With a strong influence of Harris’s music, this song is perfect for the dance floor.
2. Thandhiraa by Sree Ganesh
Thandhiraa, the song from the romantic thriller Adhe Kangal, will soothe your mind after a chaotic day. Penned by S.N Anuradha and sung by Sree Ganesh and Rajan Chelliah this song has a mysterious element in it. The haunting whistle playing after every verse adds to the bizarreness of the track. Released on 2nd January, Thandhiraa has picked quite a number of views on YouTube. The unique vocals of the song make it more offbeat and the predominant western beats will keep you hooked to it. The music director, Ghibran should be appreciated for ensuring that the song does justice to its name, which means magical.
1. Azhagiye by Jonita Gandhi
Roja, Bombay, Thiruda Thiruda, Dil Se; the combination of Mani Ratnam and A R Rahman never fails to disappoint us. Whenever they are together in a movie, the storyline emphasizes the songs and the songs rejuvenate the script. The duo is back again in the upcoming Tamil film Kaatru Veliyidai and the result is the melodious track Azhagiye. When a minute long teaser was released on YouTube, it had gained millions of views in a short time. The song’s Telegu version, ‘Hamsaro’ was also released subsequently. Sung by Arjun Chandy, Jonita Gandhi and Haricharan and written by Karky; the track has continuous clap beats and a gentle sound of the guitar. A perfect romantic number, this track will surely get stuck in your head.
Music is a treat for both our ears and minds. Good music touches our hearts and makes us feel the emotion that it is conveying. These ten Tamil songs showcase a perfect fusion of traditional and modern music that matches up to the high standard of Tamil music.