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List of songs recorded by Habib Wahid

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Habib Wahid is a Bangladeshi singer and composer. He has composed and sung songs for albums, singles, and film soundtracks. The following is a list of the songs recorded by Habib Wahid.

Studio Albums

Solo Albums

Moina Go (2004)

[1]

Moina Go
Studio album by Habib Wahid
Released December 31, 2004 (2004-12-31)
Genre
Length 44:00
Language Bengali
Label Ektaar Music
Producer Habib Wahid

Habib Wahid served as the composer and producer of the album while Julie, Ferdous Wahid, Nirjhor, Helal & Konika featured as singers. This was Wahid's debut solo album, as well his debut as a vocalist, singing the songs "Din Gelo" and "Esho Brishti Namai".

No. Title Length
1. "Moina Go" (performed by Julie) 4:12
2. "Ami Ek Paharandar" (performed by Ferdous Wahid) 5:16
3. "Deshlai" (performed by Nirjhor) 4:59
4. "Din Gelo" 5:40
5. "Taarey Bhabley Ki Ar" (performed by Helal) 5:29
6. "Esho Brishti Namai" 4:50
7. "Jaa Rey" (performed by Julie) 4:37
8. "Kobitayeh" (performed by Konika) 6:07
9. "Moina Go - Extended Mix" (performed by Julie) 3:46
Total length: 44:00

Shono (2006)

[2]

Shono
This is Bangladeshi Singer's Habib Wahid first studio album cover photo.jpg
Studio album by Habib Wahid
Released November 9, 2006 (2006-11-09)
Genre
Length 42:00
Language Bengali
Label Laser Vision
Producer Habib Wahid

Habib Wahid served as the composer and producer of the album. Wahid also served as main vocalist, singing every song except "Calenderer Pata", which was sung by his father Ferdous Wahid.

No. Title Length
1. "Shopner Cheyeo Modhur" 3:54
2. "Jadu" 5:35
3. "Mon Munia" 5:47
4. "Elomelo Mon" 4:10
5. "Projapoti" 4:36
6. "Ei Shomoye" 4:48
7. "Calenderer Pata" (performed by Ferdous Wahid) 4:40
8. "Poran Pakhi" 4:50
9. "Ekhoni Nambe Brishti" 4:00
Total length: 42:00

Bolchhi Tomake (2008)

[3]

Bolchhi Tomake
Studio album by Habib Wahid
Released February 17, 2008 (2008-02-17)
Genre
Length 38:11
Language Bengali
Label Sangeeta
Producer Habib Wahid
No. Title Length
1. "Akangkha" 4:54
2. "Ek Mutho Bhalobasha" 4:20
3. "Ekjone" 5:44
4. "Godhuli Logon" (featuring Nancy) 4:42
5. "Koutuhol" 4:29
6. "Nishi Kabbo" 4:29
7. "Pran Bondhu" 4:14
8. "Shurjomukhi Prem" 4:00
9. "Shuvro Chand" 5:39

Ahoban! (2011)

Ahoban!
Ahoban!.jpeg
Studio album by Habib Wahid
Released June 1, 2011 (2011-06-01)
Genre
Length 40:24
Language Bengali
Label Deadline Music
Producer

Habib Wahid composed the songs of the album, and produced the album alongside Sajid Sarker. The album included Nancy and Kona as featured artists, as well as Ferdous Wahid, who sang the song "O Mishty Meye".[1]

All lyrics written by Shaquie Ahmed, Ilias Mollah, Mahbub Mohsin, Shushmita Biswas Shaathi, Ferdous Wahid.

No. Title Length
1. "Ahoban" 5:17
2. "Tumi Je Amar Thikana" (featuring Nancy) 5:07
3. "Aar Nei Bhalobasha" 4:17
4. "Ki Je Holo Aaj" (featuring Nancy) 4:27
5. "Ek Jhaak Paira" 4:07
6. "Lukochuri" (featuring Kona) 3:38
7. "Bhule Jeona Amai" 4:25
8. "Chokhe Chokhe Ratri Holo" 5:11
9. "O Mishty Meye" (performed by Ferdous Wahid) 3:54
Total length: 40:24

Shadhin (2012)

Shadhin
Shadhin cover full.jpg
Studio album by Habib Wahid
Released September 1, 2012 (2012-09-01) (Digital streaming)
December 2012 (CD)
Genre
Length 39:35
Language Bengali
Label Deadline Music
Producer Habib Wahid

Habib Wahid serves as the composer, producer, and sole vocalist of this album.[4]

No. Title Length
1. "Hawa Ure Jai"  
2. "Kuasha"  
3. "Abar Jodi Ami"  
4. "Nishi Furay Na"  
5. "Tomar Amar Prem"  
6. "Mon Mouri"  
7. "Kichu Sriti"  
8. "Akashe Urilam"  
Total length: 39:35

Collaborative Albums

Krishno (with Kaya) (2003)

Krishno
Studio album by Habib Wahid & Kaya
Released 2003
Genre
Length 52:59
Language Bengali
Label Ektaar Music
Producer Habib Wahid

Habib Wahid served as the composer and producer of the album while Kaya sung the songs. This was Habib Wahid's debut album.

No. Title Length
1. "Krishno" 5:24
2. "Doyal" 4:54
3. "Ami Kul Hara Kalongkini" 5:52
4. "Kemonay Vulibo Aami" 4:06
5. "Gaan Gai Aamar" 5:36
6. "Kala" 5:28
7. "Aaj Pasha Khelbo" 5:20
8. "Din Galo Din" 5:40
9. "Krishno (Remix)" 5:08
10. "Aaj Pasha (Instrumental)" 5:17
Total length: 52:59

Maya (with Kaya & Helal) (2004)

Maya
Studio album by Habib Wahid, Kaya & Helal
Released 2004
Genre
Length 1:01:02
Language Bengali
Label Ektaar Music
Producer Habib Wahid

Habib Wahid served as the composer and producer of the album while Kaya and Helal sung the songs. Kunel was also featured artist on the album.

No. Title Singer(s) Length
1. "Asi Bole Gelo Bondhu" (featuring Kunel) Kaya  
2. "Bandhua" (featuring Kunel) Kaya  
3. "Baula" Kaya  
4. "Doya" Helal  
5. "Kanai" Kaya  
6. "Kuhu Shure Moner Agun" Helal  
7. "Loke Bole" Kaya  
8. "Maya" Helal  
9. "Mon Mojaiya" Helal  
10. "Ochin Desher" Helal  
11. "Shona Bondhu" Helal  
12. "Shona Bondhu" Kaya  
13. "Where's My Baby Gone" (featuring Kunel) Kaya  
Total length: 1:01:02

Panjabiwala (with Shireen) (2007)

[5]

Panjabiwala
Panjabiwala.jpg
Studio album by Habib Wahid & Shireen Jawad
Released 2007 (CD)
November 9, 2014 (Digital streaming)
Genre
Language Bengali
Label Laser Vision
Producer Habib Wahid

Habib Wahid served as the composer and producer of the album, while Shireen Jawad sung every song, except "Bole Toh Diyechi Hridoyer Kotha", which was sung by Habib Wahid featuring Nancy.

No. Title Singer Length
1. "Panjabiwala" Shireen Jawad 4:13
2. "Moner Bagane" Shireen Jawad 3:57
3. "Ore Amar Moyna Pakhi" Shireen Jawad 3:45
4. "Shikhaya Piriti" Shireen Jawad 5:33
5. "Shahjalal Shahporan" Shireen Jawad 3:50
6. "Na Jene Bhul Bujhona" Shireen Jawad 4:26
7. "Prem Nodite" Shireen Jawad 4:49
8. "Khaja Tor Preme Ami" Shireen Jawad 4:41
9. "Bole Toh Diyechi Hridoyer Kotha" (featuring Nancy) Habib Wahid 5:33

O Bosheshe (with Ferdous Wahid) (2008)

[6]

O Bosheshe
Studio album by Habib Wahid & Ferdous Wahid
Released 2008 (CD)
March 21, 2016 (Digital streaming)
Genre
Length 42:00
Language Bengali
Label Sangeeta
Producer Habib Wahid
No. Title Singer Length
1. "Keno Emon Hoy" Habib Wahid 4:37
2. "Cholte Cholte Dekha Holo" Habib Wahid 5:18
3. "Neel Jochona" Ferdous Wahid 3:45
4. "Dukkho Chuye Dekho" Ferdous Wahid 4:26
5. "Fire Ashona" Habib Wahid 4:46
6. "Katena Mayabi Raat" Habib Wahid 4:50
7. "Valo Lage" Ferdous Wahid 4:40
8. "Chokhe Chokhe" Ferdous Wahid 4:02
9. "Keno Emon Hoy" (Instrumental)   4:33
Total length: 42:00

Shomorpon (with Aurthohin & Warfaze) (2011)

This album was a tribute to Lalon, Hason Raja and Shah Abdul Karim.[7]

Shomorpon
Studio album by Habib Wahid, Aurthohin & Warfaze
Released 2011
Genre
Language Bengali
Label Deadline Music
Producer
No. Title Artist Length
1. "Barir Pashe Arshinogor" Warfaze 6:36
2. "Khachar Bhitor Ochin Pakhi" Warfaze 5:43
3. "Jat Gelo Jat Gelo Bole" Warfaze 4:52
4. "Keno Piriti Barailare Bondhu" Habib Wahid 5:46
5. "Loke Bole Bole Re" Aurthohin 3:41
6. "Matir O Pinjira" Aurthohin 5:45
7. "Ekdin Tor Hoibore Shoron" Aurthohin 3:43

Rong (with Nancy) (2012)

Rong
Studio album by Habib Wahid & Nancy
Released 2012
Genre
Length 40:32
Language Bengali
Label Deadline Music
Producer Habib Wahid

Habib Wahid produced and composed the album while Nancy sung the songs, with the exception of "Jhora Pata", which was a duet between Habib Wahid and Nancy, and "Dubechi", which included Mithun as a featured artist.All lyrics written by Susmita Biswas Sathi, Mahbub Mohshin, Mozammel Hoque & Sharmin Sultana Shumi.

No. Title Singer(s) Length
1. "Birohi Purnima" Nancy  
2. "Jhora Pata" Habib Wahid & Nancy  
3. "Megh Madol" Nancy  
4. "Bondhur Lagiya" Nancy  
5. "Dubechi" (featuring Mithun) Nancy  
6. "Jhorna Pahar Nodi" Nancy  
7. "Pasha Nei Tumi" Nancy  
8. "Ichche" Nancy  
9. "Maya" Nancy  
Total length: 40:32

Singles

Year Name Label Notes Reference
2015 "Hariye Fela Bhalobasha" Sangeeta [8][9]
"Mon Ghumay Re" Multisourcing Ltd [10]
2016 "Tomar Akash" Robi Yonder [11][12]
"Moner Thikana" Multisourcing Ltd [12][13]
"Beporawa Mon" Unlimited Audio Video Featured in the 2016 film Ami Tomar Hote Chai [12]
"Meghe Dhaka Shohor" (with Nirjhor) CD Choice Featured in the 2015 TV serial Meghe Dhaka Shohor [14]
"Tumi Amar" (with Nancy) From the soundtrack Sultana Bibiana [15]
"Ei Bangla Ei Manush" Sangeeta Released for the World Bank's End Poverty Day [16][17]
2017 "Tumi Hina" HW Productions [12]
"Mitthe Noy" Dhruba Music Station
"Ghum" Sangeeta [18]
"Golaper Din" (featuring Nancy) HW Productions [19]

Film Soundtracks

As Composer

Year Film Song Singer(s) Label Notes Ref(s)
2005 Hridoyer Kotha "Valobashbo Bashbo Re (Version 1)" Habib Wahid Laser Vision [20][21]
"Valobashbo Bashbo Re (Version 2)"
2008 Akash Chhoa Bhalobasa "Hawai Hawai Dolna Dole" Habib Wahid & Nancy Agniveena [22]
"Prethebir Joto Shukh"
Amar Ache Jol "Cholo Brishtite Bhiji" (Solo) Habib Wahid Impress Telefilm [23]
"Cholo Brishtite Bhiji" (Duet) Habib Wahid & Sabina Yasmin
Chandragrohon "Tomare Dekhilo" Habib Wahid & Nancy Laser Vision [24]
"Moner Jore Cholse Deho" Habib Wahid
2009 Third Person Singular Number "Didha" (Male) Habib Wahid Impress Telefilm
"Didha" (Female) Nancy
"Didha" (Duet) Habib Wahid & Nancy
Eito Prem All Songs Various Artists Sangeeta The film was released in 2015.
2010 Khoj: The Search "Etodin Kothay Chile" Habib Wahid & Nancy Monsoon
"Dinete Shurjo Bhalo" Ferdous Wahid & Kona
2011 Projapoti All Songs Various Artists G-Series
2012 The Speed "Akasher Vaje" Habib Wahid & Nancy Eagle Music [25]
"Akasher Vaje (Version 2)"
Tumi Shondharo Meghmala All Songs Various Artists
I Love You "Preme Porechi" Habib Wahid Fahim Music
2014 Bindaas "Tomake Chere Ami" Habib Wahid & Tulsi Kumar SVF Music West Bengali Film

Debut into Indian Film Industry

Recreation of "Hridoyer Kotha" from Wahid's album Panjabiwala

[26]
2015 Chhuye Dile Mon "Bhalobasha Dao, Bhalobasha Nao " Habib Wahid Girona Music [27]
Aro Bhalobashbo Tomay "Moner Duar" Habib Wahid & Porshi TOT Films [28]
2016 Sweetheart "Bhalobasha Holo Na" Habib Wahid & Nancy Tiger Media
Aynabaji "Dhire Dhire Jaw Na Somoy" Habib Wahid & Anweshaa Half Stop Down [29][30]
Ami Tomar Hote Chai "Beporowa Mon" Habib Wahid
Sultana Bibiana "Tumi Amar" Habib Wahid & Nancy CD Choice [31]
2017 Valobasha Emoni Hoy "Chumuke Chumuke Koro Pan" Kona Jaaz Music
Rajneeti "O Akash Bole De Na Re" Kheya & Shafayet Sony DADC Bengali

As Singer

Year Film Song Label Notes Ref(s)
2005 Hridoyer Kotha "Valobashbo Bashbo Re (Version 1)" Laser Vision [20][21]
"Valobashbo Bashbo Re (Version 2)"
2008 Akash Chhoa Bhalobasa "Hawai Hawai Dolna Dole" (with Nancy) Agniveena [22]
"Prethebir Joto Shukh" (with Nancy)
Amar Ache Jol "Cholo Brishtite Bhiji" (Solo) Impress Telefilm [23]
"Cholo Brishtite Bhiji" (Duet) (with Sabina Yasmin)
Chandragrohon "Tomare Dekhilo" (with Nancy) Laser Vision [24]
"Moner Jore Cholse Deho"
2009 Third Person Singular Number "Didha" (Male) Impress Telefilm
"Didha" (Duet) (with Nancy)
Eito Prem "Ami Tomar Moner Bhetor" (with Nancy) Sangeeta The film was released in 2015.
"Hridoye Amar Bangladesh" (with Arfin Rumey & Predeep Kumar)
"Hridoye Amar Bangladesh (Slow)" (with Arfin Rumey & Predeep Kumar)
"Ami Tomar Moner Bhetor (Slow)" (with Nancy)
2010 Khoj: The Search "Etodin Kothay Chile" (with Nancy) Monsoon
2011 Projapoti "Projapoti" (Title Song) (with Kona) G-Series
"Doob"
2012 The Speed "Akasher Vaje" (with Nancy) Eagle Music [25]
"Akasher Vaje (Version 2)" (with Nancy)
Tumi Shondhar O Meghmala "Dheere Dheere" (with Nancy) G-Series [32]
"Dheere Dheere (Slow Version)"
"Ontohin"
"Tumi Janona" (with Nancy)
"Bhalobashar Shwapno"
I Love You "Preme Porechi" Fahim Music
2014 Bindaas "Tomake Chere Ami" (with Tulsi Kumar) SVF Music West Bengali Film

Debut into Indian Film Industry

Recreation of "Hridoyer Kotha" from Wahid's album Panjabiwala

[26]
2015 Chhuye Dile Mon "Bhalobasha Dao, Bhalobasha Nao" Girona Music [33]
Aro Bhalobashbo Tomay "Moner Duar" (with Porshi) TOT Films [34][28]
2016 Sweetheart "Bhalobasha Holo Na" (with Nancy) Tiger Media
Aynabaji "Dhire Dhire Jaw Na Somoy" (with Anweshaa) Half Stop Down [29][30]
Ami Tomar Hote Chai "Beporowa Mon"
Sultana Bibiana "Tumi Amar" (with Nancy) CD Choice [31]

Guest Appearances

Year Artist Song Album Label Reference
2009 Various Artists "Tumi Amar Jibone Eso" The Gurus of Love
"Tumi Amar Jibone Eso (Remix)" (with Fuad)
2015 Rafat "Amar Monta" Musafir Mon Suranjali [35]
Various Artists "Cholo Bangladesh" (Habib Wahid featuring Emil & Zohad) Cholo Bangladesh GP Music [36]


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