Whether it’s Kishore Kumar‘s ‘Mere Sapno ki rani’ or Beyonce‘s ‘Single ladies’, music pleases everyone and all despite how old you are. Music has a universal language and is a healer. There’s music for every mood. So, on this World Music Day, we tell you our favourite recommendations for ‘music for every mood’. Then, turn up the sound and enjoy:
If you’re delighted and want to tune into some feel-good music, tune into ‘Gallan Goodiyan’ from the film ‘Dil Dhadakne Do’.The song received a nomination for the Guild Award for Best Lyrics has been performed by multiple artists. This includes Shankar Mahadevan, Farhan Akhtar, Yashita Yashpal Sharma, Sukhwinder Singh and Manish J Tipu.
If you’re also contemplating life and its nuts and bolts we have a perfect song for you. Listen to ‘Tu Na Jaane Aas Paas Khuda’ by Rahat Fateh Ali Khan while enjoying the calm it brings.
An exam coming up or scared for your next project at the office? Tune into ‘Kar Har Maidaan Fateh’ performed by Shreya Ghoshal and Sukhwinder Singh will get you all pumped up. Penned by Shekhar Astitva, this is a song all about hope and courage. On World Music Day, turn up the sound!
If you’re looking for a soothing track, something to listen to after a long day, ‘Mast Magan’ by Arijit Singh and Chinmayi Sripada is what you can choose.
If you’re feeling low, the best way to feel better is to ‘let go’ all the emotions bottled up inside you. Catch ‘Agar Tum Saath Ho’ by Alka Yagnik and Arijit Singh. The track has recently won the title of ‘Mirchi Listeners’ Choice- Song of the decade’ and was previously also awarded the Filmfare award for the best lyricist held by Irshad Kamil.