Its fun, its hip hip and its foot tapping; well we are talking about the music of Kick. which I am sure will be playing at every pandal this Ganpati. What’s special about Kick is the fact that Salman Khan has turned singer with this one and trust me he has no done a bad job of it.
One was expecting the album to have some chartbuster tracks as the combination of Salman Khan and Himesh Reshammiya was coming back after three years post Bodyguard and I am sure the fans would not be disappointed.
Himesh Reshammiya has composed two tracks for Kick; Jumme Ki Raat and Tu Hi Tu and both are chartbuster tracks.
Tu Hi Tu has multiple versions sung by Mohammed Irfan, Neeti Mohan and Salman Khan along with their respective remixes with cosmetic changes like speed and add-on beats. Minor variation even exist in the three main versions in lyrics, pace and orchestration. Salman Khan and Mohammed Irfan sing identical versions in lyrics, while there are some changes in the one sung by Neeti Mohan.
Tu Hi Tu sung by Neeti stands out as its sung with infinite love and passion and Neeti sings the song as if she intensely means every single word of the lyrics.
Coming to Jumme Ki Raat, well what can we say for this one as this one will top the charts. Once again this track too has multiple versions – a normal and speeded-up remix by Salman Khan and Palak Muchhal and another remix where Mika sings along with Palak. The song is foot tapping and peppy and has a Salman Khan stamp to it.
The only tack in the album which is a huge led down is the one rendered by Yo Yo Honey Singh, Yaar Naa Miley. It looks like Yo Yo Honey Singh is as its been majorly inspired by Flo Rida’s song Low featuring T Pain.
Finally, we have Hangover that’s song by Meet Brothers Anjjan DJ Sumit Sethi and Prince and the second version is rendered by Salman Khan, Shreya Ghoshal and Meet Brothers Anjjan. Hangover is a catchy song and will be heard in nigh clubs along with Jumme Ki Raat.
All in all, the soundtrack of Kick is fun and will make more visual impact rather than audio.
Its fun, its hip hip and its foot tapping; well we are talking about the music of Kick. which I am sure will be playing at every pandal this Ganpati...3.0