This week didn’t see any major international releases, but there were a slew of in-country releases. From a painful romantic number to a funky dance number to a dissenting track, this week also saw plenty of singles from various musicians around the world. From Kanye West’s latest diss track to ex Kim Kardashian to Jubin Nautiyal’s painful romantic number, here are this week’s top 5 songs.
A powerful alternative rock song sung by Amit Mishra, the voice behind ‘Bulleya, from ‘Ae Dil Hai Mushkil’ for the recently released Hindi original anthology ‘Unpaused: Naya Safar’. Typical of Amit Mishra Fashion, the song has a lot of raw emotion, as it is about turning the page and Mishra did justice to the song composed by Sachin-Jigar, with lyrics penned by Kausar Munir.
‘Ek Mili Mainu Apsara’
B Praak, has reworked his 2019 single ‘Apsara’, and given it a twist by adding some retro-pop music, which will have even those with two left feet, shaking one leg, with a perfect blend of footsteps Old Jazz and Jive.
‘Oo Aasman Wale’
A very moving but very intense track, pushing the listener to feel the emotions behind the lyrics. A heartbreaking song about two lovers’ inability to move from one stage of life to another, Jubin Nautiyal once again proves his vocal prowess with this painful number.
A bouncy funky track that features the familiar click of a switch on the chorus, Light Switch is the first track off Puth’s upcoming album, and every song it contains, as he puts it, is his “personality with a certain melody. “which relates to it. The infectious single is about being unable to get away from someone who chains him up like a toy.
The brand new song is more popular for information on the status of Kanye’s ongoing divorce from Kim Kardashian. The song had been circulating online for a little while, with leaked snippets of the song losing its name and calling out a few people, including ex-wife Kim Kardashian, her sister Kourtney and Kim’s new man Pete Davidson. Nothing says a messy breakup like a diss track, but we have to admit, if anyone can make a breakup diss track a fire banger, it’s Kanye West.