9 Assamese songs of the recent past that will just blow your mind away | #OKMusic

There are certain songs that just feel like they were made for the artists who recorded them. We have come across with nine such Assamese songs by various new age artists of Assam who simply put our faith back on Assamese music. The songs are not only just good, but also very innovative in style. Some of the videos are mind blowing too. But in this particular list of songs, we ignored the video and concentrated on the music and the composition parts only. We are sure that there are other such songs which are made from the heart and in the coming days we will be able to introduce those on this platform for you to enjoy and fall in love. Do leave a comment if you are aware of songs that will simply blow anyone's mind!

Rabha - Joi Barua ft. George Brooks

Joi Barua and George Brooks, the American saxophonist, joined in hands to create this artistic masterpiece which is a tribute to Bishnu Prasad Rabha, a complete personality and well known for his multidimensional contributions towards art, culture and society. Lyrics by Ibson Lal Baruah and video by Samudra Kajal Saikia (Kankhowa Creation). Mixed and mastered by Abani Tanti at Geet Audiocraft Mumbai.

Bonoriya - Angaraag Papon Mahanta | Hengool

Bonoria is composed by Angaraag Papon Mahanta for Hengool Theatre. Lyrics by Rajdweep. Papon introduced himself as a music director for the first time on mobile theatre platform with this song. The song was composed for Rajdweep's play ‘Bonoriya’ which was staged by Hengool Theatre in the 2016-17 season.

Tok Dekhi Mor Gaa - Abhishruti Bezbaruah

Tôk dekhi môr Gaa is a traditional Assamese Bihu folk song composed by Diganta Bharati and sung by Abhishruti Bezbaruah. The tune has the flavour of 'Deori Bihu' sung by the people of the Deori community - majorly spread around the river banks of the mighty Brahmaputra. Music is produced by Poran Borkotoky, mixed and mastered by Ibson Lal Baruah and video by Samujjal Kashyap.

Majuli - Nilotpal Bora | Pancham

Majuli a song from Nilotpal Bora's second album Pancham. The song is a tribute to Majuli, the beautiful river island in Brahmaputra which is a prominent cultural hub of folk and vaishnavite culture of Assam. Majuli is the home to many of the Vaishnava Monasteries called ‘Satras’ which perform and conserve vaishnavite songs, dance, drama and other art forms developed and popularised by Sankardeva and Madhavdeva in the 15th Century.

Anuron - Rupam Bhuyan, Queen Hazarika and Jim Ankan Deka | ChaiTunes

Anuron is a guitar based song composed by Jim Ankan Deka and sung by Rupam Bhuyan and Queen Hazarika. It is the third of ChaiTunes series of music videos. Powered by Music Malt, the song is written by Jim and the concept is developed by Debjani Hazarika. The video is directed by Tarunabh Dutta.

Pagol Uxaah - Joi Barua | Marksheet

The song is the original sound track of the Assamese movie Marksheet. Composed by Joi Barua, the lyrics is penned down by Ibson Lal Baruah and mixed and mastered by Abani Tanti. The movie is directed by Ratan Sil Sarma and produced by Himjyoti Talukdar and Dikhit Das. The story of ‘Marksheet’ revolves around a charming, playful kid Babu who dwells in his own fantastical world much to the dislike of his father who constantly rebukes him for his academic detachment.

Bisari Aant - Rupam Bhuyan

Composed by Rupam Bhuyan, it is the song from his album 'Bisari Aant'. Lyrics by Ibson Lal Baruah.

Aakaxok Subo Khojo - Antara Nandy and Jim Ankan Deka | ChaiTunes

Antara Nandy sang this song when she was 15 years old. It is the second of ChaiTunes series powered by Music Malt. The song is composed by Jim Ankan Deka and lyrics by Rajdweep. The video is directed by Parmita Borah and shot by Nishal Lama.

Siring Koi - Rupam Bhuyan and Pompy Gogoi

A song composed by Chinmoy Kaushik and Jay and beautifully rendered by Rupam Bhuyan and Pompy Gogoi. It is the only duet song from Rupam's album 'Bisari Aant' and beautifully visualised by Youthzkorner. Music is produced by Poran Barkotoky.

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