Like Eid in the previous year, single-track albums, mostly in music video forms, will dominate Eid music releases.
Record labels are gearing up to release single-track albums on online platforms, along with a few physical CDs to entertain music lovers this Eid. The majority of the songs will be released by young generation singers.
Leading record label G-series and its sister-concern Agniveena are releasing the highest number of albums and music videos this Eid-ul-Azha. They are releasing 200 single-track and mixed albums covering almost all music genres.
To mention a few, Shafin Ahmed’s Batahey kar, FA Sumon’s Tor chokhhete, Barnachora and Ke jao madinar pothe, Shafi Mandal’s Jabo ami bagdate, Ashraf Udash’s Mon amar deho ghori, Mahi Chowdhury’s I love you, Ekakitto and Tomari kotha bhabi, Tahmina Afrin’s Megh koinya, Tashfiq Sarwar’s Deyal, Khayesh Chowdhury’s Chaile ene dibo, Tahmina Afrin’s Megh Kanna and others will be released.
CMV is offering singles such as Mahtim Sakib’s Tokey Jokhon Mone Porey, Minar Rahman’s Ami Urbo Na, Oyshee’s Jody Ami Na Thaki, Rehaan’s Porajoy, Shafiqul’s Bhabte Ghenna Lagey and Tahsan Khan’s Bhalo Achi.
Popular music label CD Choice is releasing a few songs ahead of Eid-ul-Azha.
The songs include FA Sumon’s Jaan Rey Ay, Shumi Mirza’s Binodini Rai, Imran’s Hoyechi Sudhu Tomar, Belal Khan and Sania Roma’s duet song Tor Piritey, Arefin Rumi and Sabrina’s duet Bachi Ki Kore, Kazi Sharif’s song Mon Paharay, Molla Azad’s song Shunno Feriwala, Shilpi Biswas’s song Ek Premete Koybar Marba, Iqbal Pintu’s song Hoini Agey, Baula Sujan’s Paran, Yasmin Hossain Niru’s song Allahye Kopalta Pencil Diya Likhchey and Shamim Ashik’s song Tui Toh Amar Oxygen.
Bengal foundation has not released any songs or albums this Eid-ul-Azha.
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