The music video was unveiled on the YouTube channel of Ajob records on March 25, a day before the national day. Written and tuned by Ketan Sheikh, the musical arrangement of the song is done by singer-musician Joy Shahriar. The music video of the song is directed by Borno Chakroborty under the banner of Aajob Karkhana.
Music video of new patriotic song Bangladesh released
The reliance of Bangla Music lovers on YouTube is increasing day by day. But this year, we could find five songs topping the previous highest view count. This year the most viewed Bangla song amassed more than 16 million views.
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Beef Hatkora Haji biryani Kala bhuna. Bangladesh claims some of the most renowned singers, composers and producers in South Asia. Bangladeshi music spans a wide variety of styles. Music has served the purpose of documenting the lives of the people and was widely patronized by the rulers. It comprises a long tradition of religious and regular song-writing over a period of almost a millennium. Bangladeshi classical music is based on modes called ragas. In composing these songs, the melodies of north Indian ragas are used. As far as the Charyagiti 9th century , ragas have been used in Bengali music. The use of north Indian ragas in Bangla songs began in 18th century.
The song is being released today across all ZEE5 platforms. The current situation however has caused some of the on-ground initiatives, that were well underway and even scheduled to launch like the Bangladesh Talent Hunt and shoot of the Originals, to be pushed out by a few weeks till the situation stabilizes. The joint team working on these initiatives was further disappointed with the traditional Pohela Boishakh and Ramadan celebrations being marred due to the pandemic. However, in the darkest of times, the resilience of the Bangladeshi people has always shone through. We look forward to rolling out our plans for this exciting market soon. Music has always played a significant role in Bangladesh traditions, and this song has a strong historical significance for Bangladeshis. With this reimagined song, we want to share a message of hope amongst the people to look beyond today towards a brighter future, especially during the auspicious month of Ramadan, and that we will get through this time soon.