Manmeet Singh and Harmeet Singh, who are collectively referred to as Meet Bros, are back with a new single that has landed on YouTube this week. Accompanying them on the vocal duties is Prakriti Kakar. The music video of this Song, which has been shot in Greece, also features American actress Lauren Gottlieb who we’ve seen in a number of Bollywood films like Detective Byomkesh Bakshy!, ABCD 2 and more.
The lyrics for Yaari Ve have been penned by Shabbir Ahmed. It aspires to be a song that celebrates friendship and life. With this one, Meet Bros have tried to sort of shift the tide by composing a soft piece rather than trying to create a Party Anthem which is what everyone else is trying to do these days with their singles.
But unfortunately, they have not managed to deliver something excellent. The resultant song is average, and in no way can it be described as catchy. In fact, Yaari Ve seems like it has been a hurried effort, as parts of the song feel unpolished.
The singers have made heavy use of electronic music and autotune. But not much effort seems to have been given to the composition as a whole. The vocal performance of Meet Bros is not extraordinary by any means. Plus, it’s not helped by the average composition. Prakriti Kakar on the other hand, manages to impress with her voice.
Coming to the music video, it’s worth watching only because it has been shot in the picturesque locales of Crete in Greece. The kind of visuals that the director has captured would have fit better in a hip-hop song, rather than a sombre song like this one.
Yaari Ve, the single was released two days ago on the Times Music YouTube channel where it has managed to garner 1 million views till now. But it’s not in any way a song that will end up becoming a hit.
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