Top 10 kashmiri songs
In this article we have discussed about the top 10 kashmiri songs of all time which are very much popular in State & Outside also.All the songs are available online so you can download or listen to them at any time.
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I Protest: Raushan Ellahi aka MC Kash, a Kashmiri rapper gained popularity during the mass uprising of 2010 in Kashmir against the Indian forces when he released this English rap song. Born in 1990, Kash had experienced a life under the constant shadows of guns and fear. In 2010, he came up with his first rap song that not only depicted his feeling but also touched many Kashmiris who related to it.
Roz Roz Boz Meyn Zaar: The song was written by Kashmir’s legendary poet Mehjoor. It was originally sung by Kashmiri singers including Ghulam Hassan Sofi and Raj Begum. However, the popularity of the song among the youth then and now can clearly be depicted by the number of Youtube views of the song sung by Sofi and the same song sung by Khalid Ahamed (Parvaaz – Music Mojo Season 4 – Kappa TV Mathrubhumi Kappa TV Production).
Gaste Wasiye: Written by a prominent 19th century Kashmiri poet Rasul Mir, this song was already popular among locals, especially Kashmiri women who take the opportunity to sing it during wedding ceremonies, however, after a Kashmir youth Tanveer Ali sung and composed it in 2016 the song also became popular among the youth. The song, among many other sung songs, has been featured by Gyawun, an online magazine, Kashmiri digital music service provider & e-commerce portal which focuses on promoting Kashmir.
Rah Bakshtam: It’s a song written by a 16th century Kashmiri poetess Habba Khatoon who is also known as the Nightingale of Kashmir. The songs written by her are already popular in Kashmir. After a difficult first marriage which ended in divorce, she married Kashmir’s last independent King, Yousuf Shah Chak. When the Mughal King Akbar conquered Kashmir through deceit/treachery and exiled Chak, Habba Khatoon spent the rest of her life wandering across the Valley singing her songs. It’s more of a prayer than a song. Sung by many Kashmiri singers, the song was published by Ali Saffudin, a popular young Kashmiri singer on 5 April 2017 who sung it on his own tenor. This song was recorded in December 2016. Ali has sung, written and composed many other Kashmiri songs as well. Another beautiful song sung by him is Chol Hama Roshay that has gained popularity among the masses here.