Music Review: Badshah's first studio album, ONE
A snap review of Badshah's first studio album, ONE
It's been a long wait for fans since Badshah announced his first studio album, ONE, and a listen to the 17-track offering is sufficient to help us decipher why it's taken him this long.
Eager to provide fans a glimpse of his skill when he isn't composing for Bollywood, Badshah has created a package suitable for every occasion. While his select revered party numbers are supplemented by a few more refreshing songs, there's a generous offering of melodious tunes that one wouldn't associate with the rapper. Right Up There, a collaboration with Lisa Mishra, and Aashiq Awaara with Sunidhi Chauhan are our favourites.
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