(IBNS): Music label Rooh Music launched a unique music album titled ‘Coffee FM’ in Kolkata on Wednesday.
Somnath Ghosal who is a Kolkata-based poet, lyricist and copywriter has conceptualised the album and also lent his voice for the male recital part.
“This is another format of poem. RJ Ratri and RJ Som have captured various mood and expression of Kolkata through this album,” said Somnath.
Talking about the album, RJ Manali said: “RJ Ratri is my alter ego. She emotes and ignores at the same time, a dual jock night show had always been my dream show.”
“Being a RJ professionally I feel FM stations today should come up with these kinds of refreshing shows,” she added.
Singers Rupankar, Somchanda, Silajit, Tanya and Sidhu have sung in the album.
“Coffee FM is crispy because it has added the right amount of audio innovations at song album. I freaked out singing ‘Half Boli’ it has a craziness that gives you the kick,” said Sidhu.
“This interesting combination of music and poetry has something for everyone as different singers have sung differently; no style is similar,” said Tanya.
The music for the album has been composed and arranged by Indrajit Dey.
(Reporting by Tania Roy; Photos by Rajreeta Sen/IBNS)