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Maya Songs Review

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Cast: Nayanthara, Aari Music: Ron Yohann Lyrics: Kutti Revathi, Uma Devi Direction: Ashwin Saravanan Label: Potential Studios   Aayiram Aayiram; Singer: Chinmayi – A not-so-impressive, energetic track with the ever-enjoyable Chinmayi behind the mic. Her kick-ass vocals leave the middling composition unnoticed Naanae Varuvaen; Singer: Swetha Mohan – The incredibly lively rendition of Swetha Mohan makes this one …

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Aayiram Aayiram
Naanae Varuvaen
Thoonga Kangal

A very promising composing debut by Ron Yohann!

Summary : Roh Yohann enters the Tamil music scene with an inventive debut in Maya. With an eclectic range of scores, Ron has perfectly evoked the sensibilities of the film's genre.

User Rating: 3.38 ( 4322 votes)
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Cast: Nayanthara, Aari

Music: Ron Yohann

Lyrics: Kutti Revathi, Uma Devi

Direction: Ashwin Saravanan

Label: Potential Studios 

  •  Aayiram Aayiram; Singer: Chinmayi – A not-so-impressive, energetic track with the ever-enjoyable Chinmayi behind the mic. Her kick-ass vocals leave the middling composition unnoticed
  • Naanae Varuvaen; Singer: Swetha Mohan – The incredibly lively rendition of Swetha Mohan makes this one an absolute winner. The mellifluous arrangement of sounds by Ron and the lovely lyrics of Uma Devi make this one the stand-out track of the album. Our PICK!
  • Thoonga Kangal; Singer: Shakthishree Gopalan – With her gorgeous vocals, Shakthishree Gopalan flawlessly renders this haunting track with superb conviction.  Our PICK!
  • Always a Woman, Hope and Despair, Darkest Hour – All three tracks, together, carry extensive range of sounds with an eclectic choice of instruments. While the piano-heavy Always a Woman and Hope and Despair are constructed splendidly, Darkest Hour is achingly beautiful, especially the way it kicks off and concludes

Maya Songs Review Rating: 3.25/5

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Written by Surendhar MK

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