Seven songs featuring life and tragic death of the founding president of the country Sheikh Mujibur Rahman have been released on different Youtube channels marking the National Mourning Day.
The songs are Pitar Rakte Ranjita rendered by Fahmida Nabi, Shoker Gaan rendered by Shafiq Tuhin, Bangabandhu rendered by Lumin, Mukti Mujiber sung by Bhaba, Bangabandhur Sainik rendered by Shahid, Pita sung by Shilpi Biswas and Rakter Reen rendered by Habib Mostafa.
The songs highlight diverse aspects of life of Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, including, his political career, role in the liberation struggle of the country, tragic death and others.
Pitar Rakte Ranjita has been released on the youtube channel named SH TV. The song has been penned by Sujan Hajong and composed by Jadu Ritchil.
‘It is an honour to sing a song on such a great leader, who had been instrumental in liberating us’, said the song’s singer Fahmida Nabi.
Shoker Gaan has been released on the youtube channel of Jaaz Multimedia. The song has been jointly penned by Shafiq Tuhin and Abu Sayem Chowdhury.
Bangabandhu, penned by Dewan Lalon and composed by Sajed Fatemi, has been released on the youtube channel of production house G-Series.
‘The song is a tribute to Bangabandhu, who had inspired the Bangalees to fight for freedom. His legacy will continue to inspire us all’, said Lumin.
Bangabandhur Sainik, written by Faisal Rabbekin and set to tune by Rezwan Sheikh, has been released on the youtube channel of CD Choice.
Mukti Mujiber, which has been penned and composed by the song’s singer Bhaba, has been released on the youtube channel named BangaBD.
Pita, written by Sudip Kumar Dwip and composed by Sumon Kalayan, has been released on the youtube channel named RTV Music.
Rakter Reen, sung, penned and composed by Habib Mostafa, has been released on the youtube channel named Suranjoli.
Besides the singles, production house Agniveena has released a mixed album titled ‘Bozrokonther Shreshtho Nayok’ on August 7 which features ten songs by six singers.
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