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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 chronology
Moina Go
(2005)
Shono
(2006)
Panjabiwala
(2007)

Habib Wahid's album Shono, stylized as শোন!, was released on November 9, 2006.[1] It is Habib Wahid's first solo album, and fourth studio album overall. The album has 9 tracks in total, which were all composed and produced by Habib Wahid. Habib also served as the main vocalist for album, singing every song except for "Calenderer Pata", which is sung by his father Ferdous Wahid. The album features a wide range of genres such as world, pop, EDM, and more.

Release

The album was originally released on January 1, 2006 through CDs. The album was later released on digital stores and for digital streaming on different platforms like ITunes, Apple Music[2] and GP Music[1].

Reception

Like Habib Wahid's other albums, Shono gained immense popularity among audiences.[3]

Track listing

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
  1. ^ a b "Shono". GP Music. Retrieved 2017-07-15. 
  2. ^ "Shono by Habib Wahid on Apple Music". iTunes. Retrieved 2017-07-13. 
  3. ^ "Habib to perform at IGCC". The Daily Star. 2015-01-09. Retrieved 2017-07-15. 
This page was last edited on 22 July 2017, at 21:46.
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