Bangla music by Artist Habib Wahid,Arfin Rumey, Nancy, and Porshi
Habib wahid was born in October 15, 1979--is a Bangladeshi composer and musician. He is notable for his fusion of traditional Bangla folk music with contemporary techno and urban beats. He takes folk music and remixes with popular music forms. He takes songs of composers like Hason Raja, Shah Abdul Karim, Amir Uddin and others and remixes the tunes with hip-hop, reggae, and rap. His albums have sold at least 1.5 million copies.
Habib owes his musical heritage to a rich Bengali musical tradition. In general, music in Bangladesh has been used as a communication device to relay stories from one generation to the next, and to encourage the population to adopt specific ideals towards how they lead their lives. Bangla music fits into five genres, many of which reflect the core values of the musical approach taken by Habib.
Habib's father Ferdous Wahid was one of the trailblazers of Bangla pop music in the 1970s and 1980s. Habib started to pick up tunes on his father's keyboard from the time he was a little boy. Later, he studied music and audio engineering at the School of Audio Engineering in London. Among his mixed and solo albums are Krishna (2003) - Habib featuring Kaya, Maya (2004) - Habib featuring Kaya & Helal, Moina Go... (2005) - Habib, Shono! (2006) - Habib, Panjabiwala (2007) - Habib featuring Shireen & Bolchhi Tomake... (2008) - Habib