Hey! How are you doing? Music, that transcends time, is undoubtedly the most powerful art form, we are mesmerized and enthralled by its magic, lost in a world of sounds and rhythms. And Music matters.
Why? It changes our mood, enhances our feelings, and makes everything going all around us better. Well, music has been a constant companion for as long as mankind has been around. With the help of smartphones, internet and the right apps like Spotify.
So, today let us introduce you to the Assamese music industry that has grown vividly and vastly in the past few years. The Assamese culture is steeped in tradition and is one of the most colorful in the country.
There is no other way to describe the beautiful culture of Assam than to say that it is simply amazing. From the traditional attire, the festivals, the food and the music; everything is mesmerizing.
Music is a great art form that has entertained people across the globe for centuries; it will continue to do so for centuries to come.
There are millions of songs to choose from, but some of them rise above the rest and become part of the collective consciousness of the mass population.
In this blog we’re going to share a list of some beautiful latest Assamese songs, popular Bihu songs and a list of talented Assamese singers.
History of Assamese songs
From Charya Geet in the 8th century to Bhupen Hazarika in the 21st century, Assamese songs have a glorious history of more than 1,200 years.
The entire journey of song from Assam was inspired and enriched by great figures such as Sankardeva and Madhabdeva and their Borgeet; Padma Nath Gohain Baruah, Satyanath Bora, Laxmi Nath Bezbaruah, Chandra Kumar Agarwala, Amarendra kalita and other members; and pioneers of modernity, like Bishnu Rabha and Jyotiprasad Agarwala.
Over the years, Assamese songs and music have featured different stages of evolution and evolution, marked by the national spirit, the humanitarian spirit, and therefore the Assamese aesthetic spirit.
And did you know? The first Assamese song which hit the Youtube India Music Charts was “Neta Song (Assam Election Song)” by Axl Hazarika.
Furthermore, a famous traditional song named “Kamrupiya Lokogeet” originated from Assam, a folk music. This was developed during the reign of Kamarupa Kingdom and has been sung since immemorial. This song was all about human emotions, especially of commoners.
Popular Singers of Assamese Songs
- Zubeen Garg
- R.D. Burman
- Anuradha Puadwal
- Jagjit Singh
- S.D Burman
- Madan Mohan
- O.P Nayyar
- Jatin Pandit
- Mahendra Kapoor
- Talat Mahmood
- Romen Barua
- Prabin Saikiya
- Dipen Baruah
- Romen Baruah
- Suez Bardoloi
- Mridula Das Dewan
- Hiren Gohain
- Pulak Banerjee
- Runumi Bhattcharya
- Neel Akash
- Achurjya Borpatro
- Montu Moni Saikia
- Kusum Koilash
- Vreegu Kashyap
- Debajit Borah
- Gitali Kakoti
- Chayanika Borah
- Angarag Mahanta
- Dilip Gogoi
- Diganta Khaund
- Nikunjalata Mahanta
- Pranabi Ram Barua
- Jiten Deka
- Hemen Hazarika
- Anima Choudhury
- Lokeswar Deka
- Mrinal Choudhury
- Anju Devi
- Sannidhya Bhuyan
- Rajnish Saikia
- Mrityunjoy kakoti
- Adam Mahfuz
- Bhargav Ojapali
- Aakangkhya Das
If you know any other talented singers, let us know.
Latest 65 Best Assamese Songs
Here is a list of top 12 new generation best Assamese songs. After all, who doesn’t want to enjoy the latest music? If you happen to know any other popular Assamese songs, do let us know.
Be ready to put them in your playlist. And indulge yourself to these melodies of new generation Assamese songs.
By Debabrata Gogoi and Rajnish Saikia
By Sannidhya Bhuyan and Adam Mahfuz
By Sannidhya Bhuyan and Aarxslan
By Sannidhya Bhuyan and Aarxlan
By Bedobrata Gogoi
By Shankuraj Konwar and Tonmoy Kyrpton
By Sannidhya Bhuyan, Tonmoy Krypton and Abhi Saikia
By Sannidhya Bhuyan, Tonmoy Krypton
By Sannidhya Bhuyan and Tonmoy Kyrpton
By Shankuraj konwar
By Sannidhya Bhuyan
By Sannidhya bhuya, Nikhil Jyoti Sarma and Nibir X
By Deeplina Deka
By Basshole and Kaysee
By Bhaskar Opswel
By Deeplina Deka and Jubin Garg
By Yaman and Prasant Das
By Abhi Saikiya and Arindam
By Bhargav Paul
By Sannidhya Bhuyan
By Deeplina Deka
By Vicky Das and Sharat Gogoi
By Tonmoy Kyrpton and Anannya Choudhury
By Achuriya Borpatra
By Ellana and Bhaskar Opswel
By Bozropat Music and Sannidhya Bhuyan
By Shankuraj Konwar and Maitrayee Patar
By Adam Mahfuz
By Amarendra kalita, Karan Das, and Koushik Sarma
By Debarata Gogoi and Sannidhya Bhuyan
By Saurav Hazarika and Zenith Gogoi
By Debabrata Gogoi and Sens3i
By Debabrata Gogoi and Aarxslan
By Abhi Saikia and Shankuraj Konwar
By Tanveer Masoom, Muhurta Hazarika, Zenith Gogoi, NYRRON, Madhujya Dutta
By Abhi Saikia, Kangkan Rabha, Sannidhya Bhuyan
By Pincool, Rajnish, Arshad M Rahman
By Bhaskar Opswel
By Nibir X, Gourisnkr, Mrityunjoy kakoti
By Shankuraj Konwar and Kadambari Kashyap
By Ranish Saikia, Debabrata Gogoi, Sannidhya Bhuyan
By Firesense and Nikhil Jyoti Sarma
By Karan Das, Aditya Nath and Jitrz
By ABHILEKH, Tanveer Masoon, and Arunav Sarmah
By Dyou, Karan Das and Madhujya Dutta
By Rajnish Saikia
By Dyou and Barlina
By Dyou and Nesel
By Arin Siam, Nibir X and Nikhil
By Arin Siam, Dhiraj k Nath and Himanshu Saikia
By Bhaskar Opswel and Aakangkhya Das
By Dipayon and Firesense
By Bhargav Ojapali
By Anhelix and Kongkon
By Avinav Hazarika, Gourinsnkr, Sens3i and Himanshu Saikia
By Rahul Sutradhar and Bikash Saikia
By Raud and Ranamit Sarma
By KLANZ and EREKA
By Bhargav Ojapali
By Sannidhya Bhuyan and Tonmoy Krypton
By Gautam Kaushik
By Tridip kakati, Nikhil and Prasant Das
By Xenokrypt, Sannidhya Bhuyan and Rkaroid
Popular Assamese Bihu Songs
Bihu songs are the soul of Assamese people. The Bihu songs are an inevitable part of the Bihu dance. When the whole Assam celebrates the arrival of a new year, the most important part is the Bihu songs. As Bihu songs represent Assamese culture.
Bihu encourages people to be merry which in turn brings prosperity to an individual.
The Bihu songs have been in existence for hundreds of years. In the past 5 years or so, the Bihu songs have started gaining popularity across the globe.
And undoubtedly people of Assam love to listen to their local language Bihu songs, while the rest of India is now slowly getting acquainted with it.
These are the songs that are sung by local musicians. They are very popular among the masses of Assam and they comprise various genres.
Here’s a list popular Assamese Bihu Songs
- Tok Dekhi Mor Gaa by Abhishruti
- Kunja Lata Kapauphul by Zubeen Garg and Rekha Saikiya
- Sirili Sirili by Zubeen Garg and Tarali
- Moilong Moilong by Zubeen Garg and Zublee
- Nimitang Nimitang by Zubeen garg and Sushmita Baruah
- Ehali Gorue by Papon
- Roi Roi Roti by Abhishruti
- Aghonor Pathote by Papon
- Bihu Jujonaa 1 by Papon
- Oliya Boliya by Jishu Raj
- Pohile by Neel Akash
- Maghor Bihu by kallol Borthakur
- Morom Xani by Licha Dishtri with Achurjya Borpatra
- Swag Bihu by Dikshu
- Husori by Papon
- Nasu Nasu by Dikshu
- Jape Dim by Zubeen Garg
- Morom Logai Logai by Zubeen Garg
- Hatot Dhori by Zubeen Garg
- Kerumoni Thuriya by Abhishruti
- Kordoi Sokola by Abhishruti
- Bati Bhorai by Zubeen Garg
- Krishna Moni by Zubeen Garg
- O Seni Mai by Babu Baruah
- Moran Bihu by Nilakshi Neog
- Dneoe Di Sarile by Sharat Sharma and Shiv Prasad
- Torali by Achurjya Borpatra
- Ou kumalia by Khagen Mahanta
- Tumi Bru by Neer Dipankar
- Kinu Sawonire by Neel Akash
Assamese Music Genres
Assamese music includes various popular and modern musical genres, and its artistic base comes from Assamese history, culture, and ancient traditions.
Recently, since the late 1980s, pop artists have modernized their music according to local popular needs.
A basic feature of Assam’s indigenous music is that its downgrading is similar to East Asian Music, which distinguishes it from folk or mild forms of music in other parts of India.
The melody is in a pyramid structure and always uses a pentatonic scale, similar to other Asian traditional music such as China and Mongolia.
There are several types of music genres and we have categorized them into three sets; devotional, indigenous traditional folk and popular.
- Indigenous traditional folk
- Goalpariya Lokogeet
- Kamrupi Lokgeet
- Tokari Geet
The Assamese musical scene has grown over the past few years. We hope you enjoyed our article about the Assamese musical scene. With this knowledge, we know that you can appreciate the music being produced in your area.
So, what are you waiting for? Start listening to the latest hit songs.