Kya Super Kool Hain Hum has been making a lot of news. Ever since the first promos went online, the virtual world is buzzing with odd jokes and many people are waiting with abated breath for this weird ride of fun and frolic. The music of the prequel was not bad and with the likes of Shankar Ehsaan Loy, Sachin Jigar, Meet Bros and Anjaan being roped in as the music composers, Kya Super Kool Hain Hum raises oneís expectations.
Dil Garden Garden Ho Gaya has almost become an online sensation. Quirky lyrics by Mayur Puri and a youthful, funny and slightly unique composition by Sachin Jigar have ensured that Dil Garden Garden Ho Gaya goes a long way up on the charts. Vishal Dadlani has always been known for his unique way of singing, so what he blends in dubsteps with rock and then some contemporary Bollywood music on several occasions. Vishal sings Dil Garden Garden Ho Gaya in his own way and the outcome is a treat.
Shirt Da Button brings Sonu Nigam and Meet Bros together. Sonu is in his elements and Meet Bros have managed to pull out a decent composition. Like the first song, Shirt Da Button too has some hatke lyrics and this time it is Kumaar at the job. Shirt Da Button does not have an impact as much as the first song but it is a nice track nonetheless.
Shirt Da Button has another version and this time it is Kailash Kher who elevates the song to an altogether different level. This version is definitely better than the one with Sonu, primarily because of the high pitches and the redone musical arrangements.
Hum Toh Hain Cappuccino hits the ball out of the park. It is not a new song and there have been an umpteen number of item numbers modeled on similar compositions. However, the tune is viral, it is catchy and whether you are in rural India or Mumbai, it is highly unlikely that you would not fall prey to Hum Toh Hain Cappuccino. Sukhwinder Singh, Daler Mehndi and Swaroop team up for this one and even Riteish Deshmukh croons a fair bit. Shankar Ehsaan Loy does not surprise you with the number since they had done similar composition before. Given the context of the film and the nature of the story, Hum Toh Hain Cappuccino works big time.
Volume High Karle is a dance track and the ever trusted Neeraj Sridhar is given the task of belting out a high volume club number. Meet Bros compose the song while Kumaar pens down the lyrics. The song is nothing out of the ordinary and just about tries to cater to the demands of having a high tempo, high on beats and bass number in the album.
Kya Super Kool Hain Hum has a cool album and it is only Volume High Kar Le and Shirt Da Button (Sonuís version) that may not impress you dearly. The rest are surely heading for the charts.