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by Shabir the Urban Poet

Shabir The Urban Poet makes Urban Music crossover to genres such as world and Indian semi classical music peppered with urban poetry. Heavy back beats, synth modules accompanied by lyrical mastery results in one unforgettable sonic ride.
Genre: Urban/R&B: Urban
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1. Nagarakavi (Intro)
2:47 album only
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2. Nagar Isai
4:14 album only
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3. Bedouin Girl
4:56 album only
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4. !Party Now
3:16 album only
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5. Thottaal
5:56 album only
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6. Vodafone
4:23 album only
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7. Slow Motion
3:25 album only
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8. Dejavu
4:00 album only
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9. Kaathal Poovay
4:20 album only
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10. Urban Poet (Outro)
0:39 album only
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11. Atthiyayam (Bonus Track)
3:09 album only
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12. Alaipayuthey (Bonus Track)
4:35 album only

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Ray Amar

Best of the best
I have got the album & I think its the best original work from Singapore so far. I compare Shabir to the likes of Reshmonu regionally & A.R Rahman Internationally. Sometimes songs do sound close to Jay Sean or Akon. Whatever it may be, he has created a cultural fusion & sonic revolution with TraffiQ. Kudos to Shabir & his team!
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Nibar samal Yanima

Rahmanism goes Urban
I have to admit Shabir sounds almost identical to Oscar winning musician A.R Rahman. But it can be a good thing. Imagine Rahman singing with a sexier & raspier voice? Rahmaniacs, excited? Yes that's how he sounds actually.

It is however important to note that this music producer possesses a good degree of originality & carves his craft by himself taking on songwriting, music arrangement, singing & rap spits, he calls it urban poetry. Double thumbs up for his craftsmanship for intelligently fusing thought provoking lyrics with attractive sounds & arrangement. Only thing is its 60% Tamil and the rest in English. There is also a Bangra track featuring Punjabi lyrics and singing. Artistically entertaining, entertainingly artistic.
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