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The music of the much awaited movie "Aambala" has been released. The audio launch function of the movie was held in Chennai and was attended by many including the cast and crew of the film.

The music of the movie composed by Hip Hop Tamizha has opened to positive reviews and most of the critics felt that the songs are highly energetic, which are mixed with some heavy beats.

The songs of the movie are sung by Kailash Kher, Maria Roe Vincent, Vishnu Priya, Hip Hop Tamizha, Amritha Shekar, Mohit Chauhan, Anthony Dassam, Kutle Khan and Varun and the lyrics are written by Hip Hop Tamizha.

The film, which stars Vishal and Hansika in the lead, is directed by Sundar C.  The movie also has star cast of Vaibhav Reddy, Santhanam, Sathish, Madhuurima, Madhavi Latha, Ramya Krishnan, Kiran Rathod, Aishwarya, Rajeev Govinda Pillai, Vichu Vishwanath, Kanal Kannan and Andrea Jeremiah in guest appearance

"Aambala" is jointly produced by Kushboo Sundar and Vishal.

"Madras To Madurai", Singers: Kailash Kher, Maria Roe Vincent, Vishnu Priya, Lyrics: Hip Hop Tamizha

"House mix and kuthu- that's Madras to Madurai for you. Bringing back Kailash Kher is a delight for fans. The over-powering music, hardly heard lyrical portions and jarring beats make it a prototype folk sing." – Behindwoods

"Aadhi regains the momentum with this number as he allows his lead singers to take the front seat. Kailash Kher's rendering is funky and Vishnu Priya gels really with him to spark a festival atmosphere right from the word go. Aadhi has put his innovation on display by fusioning folk with DJ theme; an experiment, which is sure to earn laurels for him."- Indiaglitz

"Dynamic vigor, foot tapping interludes and a sprightly rendition from the trio make this a merry number to start the album with. Except for the monotonic tune, everything goes well with the track and it has enough to make you tap-dance"- OnlyKollywood

"Pazhagikalaam", Singers: Hip Hop Tamizha, Lyrics: Hip Hop Tamizha

"Pick of the album, Pazhagikalam is addictive and vivacious. Party mix and Aadhi's lyrics do all the magic. A simple tune and interesting lyrics can provide a good song. This track is one such example where people would love to participate. A genuine hit number."- Behindwoods

"Aadhi dishes a kick ass dance number to start the album. 'Pazhagikalam' is delivered right from the bottom of his heart. Aadhi, a rapper, who has done wonders with Anirudh and rocked the internet with his independent albums has made a giant stride as a composer and hit the bulls eye in his first attempt.The track is not something unique, but it does carry its quotient of freshness and it is destined to hit the charts. Audio has stuck with the 3.5-4 min rule and composed a foot tapping material." – Indiaglitz

"The bang – up energy of Hip – hop Tamizha is an absolute delight to lend your ears to. Hwavy EDM Entr'actes, butt kicking rhymes and the nonchalant lyrics construct and enjoyable number in 'Pazhagikalam'. OUR PICK!" - OnlyKollywoods

"Vaa Vaa Vaa Vannila", Singers: Amrita Shekar, Mohit Chauhan, Lyrics: Hip Hop Tamizha

"Mohit's unique voice and the grand piano give a soft, blues type song. The guitar solo in the first BGM is ambitious. Female vocals are noteworthy. This track is bound to grow in you. A non-formulaic and an appealing effort." – Behindwoods

"Well, here comes the ultimate surprise from the composer. If you go song by song, you wouldn't guess something like this after the first three songs and that's where it stands out. Mohit Chauhan carves his name all over this soft rock number; consisting steady drum beats in the first half and a dreamy electronic guitar which open the doors to Amrita's arrival."- Indiaglitz

"An ingenious, avant-garde tune with impressive arrangement of sounds, Browbeating piano, consistently thrumming beats in the background and the subtle, laid – back rendition of Amrita and Mohit make this a sparkling track. OUR PICK!" – Onlykollywood

"Yaarenna Sonnalum", Singers: Anthony Dassan, Kutle Khan, Varun, Lyrics: Hip Hop Tamizha

"The fearsome Anthony, jazzy Varun and mighty Kutle Khan provide a variety of genre' specific voices. The timpani in the background, string sessions and powerful singing give a melodious song. The uncomplicated interludes are a minus. Sounds original and pure. "- Behindwoods

"Kutle Khan's vocals hasn't done enough justice to the pathos and the instruments dominates the lyrics. It would have sounded much better, if the composer had made some alterations to the sound arrangements. However, Anthony Dassan got the much needed break in terms of a different genre than his regular folk singing."- Indiaglitz

"Another stirring confection of sounds spearheaded by Kutle Khans's outlandish vocals. The pounding drumbeats create a perfect atmosphere for the song. OUR PICK!"- Onlykollywood

"Aye Aye Aye", Singers: Hip Hop Tamizha, Lyrics: Hip Hop Tamizha

"The mystic accordion, lively acoustic guitar strumming, Aadhi's inhibition-less voice and the brass sections give a peppy, tango like song. The lyrical rhyme scheme seems to effortlessly gel with the song. The typical rap portion is Aadhi's signature. Colorful visuals and competent dance choreography can highlight the song better." –Behindwoods

"Aadhi makes use of his main weapon to serve the second track, a racy rap comprising various instruments. However, the track fall shot and doesn't inject the enthusiasm compared to the earlier song. The songs might go well with the visuals to occupy the charts after the release of the movie." – Indiaglitz

"Lively breakbeats and Hiphop Tamizha's vivacious vocals give an exotic flavour to the song. A passable track, thanks to the standardized dulcet sounds of 'Pazhagikalam' sneaking softly in the background."- Onlykollywood

"Inbam Pongum Vennila", Singers: Hip Hop Tamizha, Lyrics: Hip Hop Tamizha

"Almost a remake of the yesteryear classic 'Inbam pongum vennila' song, this Aadhi's version retains the sanctity of the original. The very strong rhythm section, EDM templates, Aadhi's lyrics, the brilliant Nadhaswaram solo in the interlude and subtle programming makes it a casual listen."- Behindwoods

"Aadhi signs off in style with a heady remix of yesteryear 'Inbam Pongum Vennila' with his signature rap verses. The song works big time because of the perfect mixture of lyrics from the classic song and layering it over thundering drums and Mridangam. An enjoyable and highly foot tapping track to end the unconventional OST."- Indiaglitz

"A hand- in- hand remake of yesteryear classic, Hiphop Tamizha nails this one in his trademark style. It's his first album and is already beginning to feel like the EDM part reigns the OST, on the whole." Onlykollywood

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