Ko 2 music review

Staring : Simha, Nikki Galrani, Prakashraj

Director : Sarath

Music : Leon James

Production : RS Infotainment

KO 2 Music Review

The season is adorned with lots of newcomers into the showbiz and they are offering a great celebration for music lovers. One of them is definitely is Leon James who strikes with a much decorous album ‘Ko 2’ directed by debutant Sarath and produced by RS Infotainment. The film stars Bobby Simha, Prakash Raj and Nikki Galrani in lead roles.


Vocals: Leon James and Neeti Mohan

Lyrics: Madan Karky

The album carries a much splendiferous number that comes so much blended with peppy and trendy beats. Moreover, the vocalising style by Leon James and Neeti Mohan are done with perfect panache. This song is something that you will fall in love at the first time you listen to it.


Vocals: Vishal Dadlani and Leon James

Lyrics: Na. Muthukumar

Sounds like a montage song that gets more situational and Vishal Dadlani who is known for his husky bold voice makes it more commendable. Vishal Dadlani appeals to the senses with his sassy approach to the track.


Vocals: Inno Genga and Chinmayi

Lyrics: Na Muthukumar

Everything from instrumentals, prelude and interlude sound so much pleasing to the senses and these singers – Inno Genga and Chinmayi add up icing to this cake. Mark our words! The song is sure to make an impactful effect among the listeners and will be surely a great treat to all when viewed on the screens.

Kannamma (Reprise)

Vocal: Salim Merchant

Lyrics: Na. Muthukumar

The reprised version gets to the next level than the previous one and is so much honeyed with more resplendent vocalism by Salim Merchant. The lyrical lines by Na Muthukumar in both the versions sound more colourful and emotionally bounding.

KO 2 Theme

The track begins with something more middling and later gets to make a good sound and perhaps, it should have more powerful impact when seen on the screens as background score.

Unnai Maatrinaal

Vocals: Harish Sivaramakrishnan and Sargam Choir

Lyrics: Na. Muthukumar

An inspiring song that sounds like the one appearing during the final credits and preferably, it would become so much appealing when placed at the right situation. The intonating effect by Harish Sivaramakrishnan is so much remarkable with his vocalising.

On the whole, the album has some commendable tracks that come well packaged with unique musical genres. For the first moment, it’s Kohila and Kannamma are really laudable and rest of the songs will have a catch up with fever with constant hearings.

Verdict : Simply splendid and captivating numbers