Muhin

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Muhin
Origin Bangladesh
Genres Adhunik Bangla, Pop
Occupation(s) Singer
Years active 2006–present
Labels Sangeeta, Agniveena, Golpo Entertainment

Muhin (Bengali: মুহিন) is a Bangladeshi singer. He participated in the 2006 CloseUp1 Tomakei Khujchhe Bangladesh musical talent TV show.[1] Despite widespread predictions he would win, Muhin placed second to Salma.[2]

His style of music is known as Adhunik Bangla, with the word 'adhunik' meaning 'modern' in Bengali.

He was originally signed to the Sangeeta record label and released his first album, Tomar Jonno, written and produced in conjunction with Bappa Mazumder, in 2008.[3] The album included the hit track "Ektai Prokalpo".

His album Ghum Ashe Na was released in late 2011. Music videos to two of the tracks were released to promote the album, "Ghum Ashe Na" and "Shopno".

In January of 2017, a fifth studio album, tentatively titled Kolijai Lagerey, was announced for a February release.[4] The album will be released through his own production company, Golpo Entertainment. The first promotional music video is being produced in conjunction with Masum Hossain of Souls.[5]

In addition to frequent live performances, Muhin has also dabbled in acting, appearing in a TV drama.[6]

In recent years, Muhin has also become a successful playback singer in Bangladeshi cinema.[citation needed]

Discography[edit]

Tomar Jonno (2008)

Gopon Kotha (2009)

Kotota Rat Eka (2010), joint album release with Asif

Ghum Ashe Na (2011)

Dhoom Dharakka (2014)

Tracks on compilations[edit]

Biday, Boka - Prince Mahmud & Closeup-1 (2006), Gaanchill.[7]

Ridoy Jekhane, credited to Muhin & Ronty, Shubho Bibaho - Soundtrack (2008), Laser Vision.[citation needed]

Onubhuti, Kheyali Mon - Titon Mix featuring Various Artists (2009), Laser Vision.[8]

Lage Nato Vhalo, credited to Porshi & Muhin, Pirates: The Blood Secret/Jolodoshu: Rokto Rohosho - Soundtrack (2010), Geetali.

Chotobelay Ichche Chilo, Mix - Huckleberry Finn (2011), Agniveena.[9]

Uru Uru Mon, credited to Muhin & Ronti, Payra - Soundtrack (2012), Deadline Music.[10]

Tomake Chai, credited to Muhin & Mukta, All Time - DJ Rahat (2012), Deadline Music.[11]

Ami Jake Bhalobashi, 100% Love - Various Artists (2012), CD Choice.

Chokher Arale, credited to Purnata with Muhin, Purnata (2013), CD Choice.

Premer Tajmahal, credited to Sonia, Muhin, Ronty & Kishore, Purno Doirgho Prem Kahini - Soundtrack (2013), Laser Vision.

Ki Lav Bolo, credited to Muhin & Lopa, Tui Ebong Toke - Lutfor Hasan & Various Artists (2014), Eagle Music.[12]

Cholo Aaj Brishtite, credited to Muhin & Shoshi, Gane Gane Tumi - Various Artists (2014), Laser Vision.

Lukochuri Chokh [digital single], credited to Nirjhor & Muhin (2016), Protune.[13]

Bristir Meye, credited to Muhin, Badoler Rin - Various Artists (2017), Agniveena

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