On Wednesday night, the music of Coke Studio Bangla’s first hit, “Nasek Nasek,” a Hajong fusion song of jubilation, influenced the country, according to UNB.
The song is a homage to the country’s many and lively languages spoken by ethnic minorities.
Pantha Kanai’s thrilling rendition of Abdul Latif’s iconic folk ballad ‘Dol Dol Doloni,’ written and composed by Abdul Latif and originally sung by folk legend Abdul Alim, was supplemented by Animes Roy’s song, which he wrote, composed, and sang in his home tongue.
The song was premiered on Coke Studio Bangla’s official page and YouTube channel during a Facebook Live hosted by popular singer-actor Tahsan.
Nasek Nasek was composed and orchestrated by Adit Rahman and was curated and produced by famous singer-music director Shayan Chowdhury Arnob.
Faizan R Ahmad is the song’s principal sound engineer (Buno). Yash Divecha mixed and mastered the album. Backing vocals were provided by Jannatul Firdous Akbar, Warda Ashraf, and Rubayat Rehman.
Adit (piano and background vocals), Rahin Haider (saxophone), Sayonton Mangsang (saxophone), Marzuq Islam Nafi (drums), Faizan Rashid Ahmad Buno (bass), Imran Ahmed (guitar), Shuvendu Das Shuvo (mandolin and guitar), Saadul Islam (guitar), Pradyut Chatterjea (synths), Mithun Chakra (percussions), and (mandira).
The song’s video was directed by Krishnendu Chattopaddhyay and produced by Dope Productions Private.
The premiere season of Coke Studio Bangla has an ensemble of popular singers and musicians, including Tahsan, Momtaz Begum, Bappa Majumdar, Dilshad Nahar Kona, Samina Chowdhury, and Mizan, with its fusion theme song “Ekla Cholo” released on 7 February.
The fusion performances will be available on Coca-Cola Bangladesh’s official Facebook page, YouTube channel, and Spotify.
Grey Advertising Bangladesh produces Coke Studio Bangla, with Syed Gousul Alam Shaon as the show’s creative producer.