Following the resounding success of the chartbuster Butta Bomma across the globe, India's very own Prince of Pop Armaan Malik brings a musical treat to the listeners with his latest Tamil song, Eppa Paarthaalum. All set to reign over reels, covers and hearts alike, Malik's song now hits the music scene.
From the movie, Aalambana directed by Pari K Vijay and starring actors Vaibhav and Parvati, Eppa Paarthaalum speaks for Malik's versatility and range as a singer. The multiple award-winning artist has rendered a foot-tapping song in Tamil after a long time, much to the delight of the Armaanians. Penned by Pa Vijay and composed by Hiphop Tamizha, Armaan's song is touted to chart the path of his hit songs in various regional languages.
Armaan says, “The music by Hiphop Tamizha is incredibly captivating and I'm happy to have collaborated with him for Eppa Paarthaalum. It is a very beautiful composition and vibing on it was the most exciting bit for me. I can't wait to know what the listeners think about it. I'm truly blessed to have fans who have enjoyed my style of rendition in Tamil, among other languages. Our regional music is our cultural identity and nothing makes me happier than offering people something they can relate to in their mother tongue.”
Apart from Hindi, Malik is known for singing in Bengali, Telugu, Marathi, Tamil, Gujarati, Malayalam and Kannada, with songs such as Butta Bomma, Guche Gulabi, Yaare Yaare, Hey Manasendukila and Maamazhai Vaanam to his credit. His latest Tamil song Eppa Paarthaalum is now available on all streaming platforms.