Street Dancer 3D Music Review:
Consisting of three recreated and two original tracks, two of those three recreated ones are by Tanishk Bagchi with Badshah and Sachin-Jigar backing the other three. It relies on good songs and its usage in the film will define the narrative.
Let’s review each song and see if this album qualified to make it to your playlist:
It works purely on the nostalgia value, the new one lacks the soul of the original. It hints at the start about how this is a ‘sound of the street’ but there’s nothing that defines ‘street’ even for a moment. This one needed a better singer than Yash Narvekar.
Without a doubt, this one turns out to be the best song of the album. A major reason behind this would be, it’s original. Badshah lives the rap & Neha Kakkar supports him wonderfully. The rap written will surely bring a smile & a very hummable one.
Illegal Weapon 2.0:
One thing that it surely wins is the best-recreated song in the album. It retains the flavour from the original, as well as is crooned by the same singers – Jasmine Sandalas & Garry Sandhu. Jasmine still owns this song and infuses an equal amount of energy to it.
More in the range of ‘Chunar’ from ABCD2 but falls flat only for the reason of adding a senseless Bohemia rap. It’s a debatable yet brave decision of adding him up with Arijit Singh in a sad song but fails to leave a mark. The lyrics of the rap just don’t work and hence half of the song is cluttered.
Lagdi Lahore Di:
Another song, another rendition, another disappointment! Again the same case takes a good song and film’ises it badly. Guru Randhawa exactly replicates himself from the original but the problem here is lazy music. Surprisingly, Tulsi Kumar shares a pleasant space with Guru in the song.