Times Music presents “50 Greatest Hits – Rahat Fateh Ali Khan”.
An exclusive compilation featuring the best 50 tracks of Ustaad
Rahat Fateh Ali Khan. The nephew of Ustaad Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan;
Rahat is the reigning Singer in Sufi and Bollywood Music. The
compilation features biggest tracks like “Mai Tennu” from the hit
Punjabi movie Virsa to chart topping love tracks like “Kinna Sohna
Tehnu” that praises beauty of a lover.
(Click below to download the Rahat Fateh Ali Khan’ songs/ringtones)
Tracks like “Mera Piya Ghar Aya”, “Allah Hoo” are so popular
that they were incorporated in mainstream Bollywood Movies. The
songs “Aman Ki Asha” featuring on this compilation is considered
as an anthem in Indo- Pak peace movement. This compilation is a
treat for all Rahat Fateh Ali Khan Fans!!
(Click above to download Rahat Fateh Ali Khan’ songs/ringtones)
Music is so often a medium to celebrate an event. But every year on June 21st, “music” becomes the event to be celebrated. That’s because June 21st is celebrated the world over as World Music Day. Music provides us more than just mere entertainment. It wakes us up in the morning, sticks with us through the day, lifts our spirits in the evenings and sometimes even tucks us in at night. So it is only fitting that we set aside a day every year to celebrate music itself, and the myriad artists who bring it to us. 21st of June also happens to be the summer solstice, the one day in the year when the sun is at its magnificent best. How apt then, that the brightest day on the calendar is dedicated to music, the element that actually brightens up every day of our year.
India has one of the richest musical heritages, something all of us should be very proud of. Last year saw the demise of some stalwarts of the Indian music industry. Pt. Bhimsen Joshi, one of the finest classical vocalists ever, Ghazal maestros Jagjit Singhji & Mehdi Hassan saab and Ustad Sultan Khan saab, the legend behind the immensely popular Piya Basanti Re! This World Music Day we’d like to pay homage to these institutions of music, and to the many others who’ve touched our lives through their musical magic.
On World Music Day 2012 we encourage you to open your mind to finding new music. Something different, something out of the ordinary and something you’ve never heard before. Listen to it all day, for a few hours or maybe even 5 minutes; but give “music” the chance to surprise you. Visit our SoundCloud link for starters www.soundcloud.com/timesmusic. We guarantee you will find something to tantalise those musical taste-buds. If not, please feel free to send me stinkers on my email id: firstname.lastname@example.org
You’d think there’s not much left to achieve for an Indian artist who has won every major music industry award in the country. But Kavita Seth had other ideas when she decided to record her latest album Khuda Wohi Hain, released on Times Music. The album is testimony to her mastery of Sufi music that her fans are accustomed to. With 6 brand new tracks and 2 all time Sufi favourites Chaap Tilak & Damadum, the “iktara” singer who only seems to be getting better is nothing short of enchanting. Just a mere music fan or a curator of great sounds, “Khuda Wohi Hain” will have you singing to its tunes for a long time to come.
There’s never a bad season for good music, especially when it comes from the heart. Times Music’s latest release Soulful Kailash is a compilation of such absolutely timeless music. Kailash Kher pours his heart out in this soulful compilation of his most soothing tracks. The album is an epic Sufi ride, only possible with the inimitable voice of Kailash and should definitely be your pick for this weekend’s music fix. So if you’re a Kailash Kher fan, Sufi Music fan or just a good ol’ music fan, you should pick this album up from any leading music & retail store exclusively on Times Music.