Published:  12:00 AM, 02 January 2017

Tishma's new album 'Royalty' released

Tishma's new album 'Royalty' released

Pop singer Tishma released her 13th solo album at the end of 2016. Titled 'Royalty', the album contains 10 Bangla songs and English songs. This time Tishma featured hard rock, soft rock, melody, hip-hop and acoustic type songs.

The album is releasing at Tishma website. Besides, the album can be bought from Amazon, i-tunes and other digital platforms.  Tishma said, "Not all together, three song will be released on December 31. The songs are 'Mone Mone Tomake Valobashi', 'Flame', and 'Royalty'. Till the end of January, two songs will be released.

Music video of 'Mone Mone Tomake Valobashi Mone Hoy' will be released at the first week of next month." The music direction and composition has been done by Tishma herself.

This is the fifth time that she worked the whole work of her album. The songs of the album were written by Kabir Bakul, Anurup Aich, Tanvir Tarek, Johny Hok, Rabiul Islam Jibon, Faysal Rabbikin, Sajjad, Jahid and Tishma.

Tishma's previous albums were 'Tara' (2003), 'Chand' (2003), 'Shurjo' (2004), 'Baula Prem' (2005) and others. Tishma made her debut as a child with her album Tara in late December 2002 (due to the release time late in the year, sometimes Tishma's album is often listed as a 2003 release.

Starting from her debut album, Tishma has introduced a number of new music genres to Bangladesh, such as R&B, ballads, and funk. Tishma has been influential to Bangla music trends.

Tishma's contributions to music, choreography, music videos, and fashion have inspired other Bangladeshi pop singers. Tishma is the youngest artist in Bangla music to have released thirteen solo albums.

Tishma spent a large part of her early childhood in various countries of Europe, and began her education in the UK.  Originally a classically trained musician, Tishma began her musical education at a very early age; she was playing piano by age four, and studied European Classical Music & Music Theory under ABRSM, London.

She also received talim (musical education) in Indian classical music from Ustad Shonjib De, Ustad Akhtar Sadmani and Shampa Reza among other Ustads, and studied Tagore songs (Rabindra Sangeet) from Dr. Anupam of Shantiniketan, and Nazrul Geeti and folk music under Ustads. She has released songs in a variety of genres such as rock, Bangla folk, opera, rap, classical, experimental, alternative, Nazrul, Rabindra Sangeet and Adhunik.

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