After working with Yuvan Shankar Raja in his first two movies ('Siva Manasula Sakthi' and 'Boss Engira Baskaran'), director Rajesh has joined hands with Harris for the first time in 'OKOK', the maiden heroic venture of Udhayanidhi Stalin.
The music composer has fulfilled the director's expectations, we must say, as the songs strike a chord during the first-listen itself.
Kaadhal Oru Butterfly Listen here
Artist(s): Aalap Raju, Hemachandra, Sunitha Sarathy
Love is a magical feeling. This song aptly reflects it, with Aaalap Raju, Hemachandra and Sunitha Sarathy rendering it in a breezy way. Harris has come out with a soft and simple tune, which gives that 'butterfly' effect.
Azhage Azhage Listen here
Artist(s): Mukesh, Srimathumitha
A youngster's joy and sorrow is expressed well in this song. Harris gives a classical touch to this Western type number. Mukesh and Srimathumitha add life to the lines of Na Muthukumar. An interesting mix, one has to say.
Akila Akila Listen here
Artist(s): Aalap Raju, Chinmayee, Sharmila
A fast-paced melody, 'Akila Akila...' is a popular tune for the regular listeners of Harris Jayaraj. The music composer has infused some innovations here and there. The singers have given their best, pumping in energy.
Adada Oru Listen here
The admiration of a 'boy' towards his 'girl' continues in this song as well, with some interesting lines coming from Na Muthukumar. Karthik has rendered this number in a cool way. Harris shines bright by leaving his stamp.
Venam Machan Listen here
Artist(s): Naresh Iyer, Velmurugan
A Gaana song from Harris Jayaraj. This number is as interesting as the very idea itself. A 'Beware of girls' song, 'Venam Machan...' has interesting lines from Na Muthukumar and peppy rendering by Naresh Iyer and Velmurugan.
'Oru Kal Oru Kannadi' music album celebrates love and reflects youngsters, like the previous films of Rajesh. 'Ovvuru directorkum ovvuru feeling!'