Prince Mahmud

Prince Mahmud (Born: 17 July) a popular lyricist, composer and music director of Bangladesh. He has been writing and composing songs for solo and joint albums of band artists in Bangladesh since the 90's. Multiple songs written and composed by him have gained wide popularity. His mixed album ‘Shakti’ (1995) propelled his journey as a composer of mixed albums, which immediately garnered him a massive success Including solo, dual and mixed 'Nimantran' is his 40th album.[2][3][4][5]

Prince Mahmud
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Born17 July[1]
Khulna, Bangladesh[1]
NationalityBangladeshi
Citizenship Bangladesh
Known forLyricist, composer, music director

Birth and educationEdit

Prince Mahmud was born in Khulna district. He has studied Honors and Masters in Bengali.

CareerEdit

Prince started band music when he was a school student. He was the vocalist for a band called The Blues. After college life, he concentrated on creating songs. He began song composition and writing spontaneously. In the early 90's, Prince Mahmud himself formed a band called From the West. The song released by this band ‘Razakar Albadar Kishui Raibo Nare’ along with positive critical acclamations.

Later, he started working on a band mixed album. His mixed album ‘Shakti’ (1995) propelled his journey as a composer of mixed albums. He used to do mixed albums with all the popular band stars of the country. Those albums touched the highest peak of success.[1] His most popular tracks include ‘Aaj jonmodin tomar’ (Shafin Ahmed); ‘Jodi himaloy hoye’, ‘Hoyni jabar bela’ (Khalid); ‘Bangladesh’, ‘Maa’, ‘Guru’, 'Baba' (James); Eto koshto keno bhalobashay (Hasan) and more.[6]

AlbumsEdit

  1. Sesh Dekha - (Band Mix)
  2. Ekhono Du Chokhe Bonna - (Band Mix)
  3. Deyal Dui Hridoyer Majhe - (Band Mix)
  4. Khoma - (Band Mix)
  5. Chuti - (Band Mix)
  6. Harjit - (Band Mix)
  7. Dohon Shudhu Tomar Jonno - (Band Mix)
  8. Baro Mash - (Band Mix)
  9. Devi - (Band Mix)
  10. Shokti - (Band Mix)
  11. Srot - (Band Mix)
  12. Taal - (Solo For Hasan)
  13. Bondona - (Solo For Mahadi)
  14. Boka - (Mix Of Close Up-1 Artist)
  15. Ghumao - (Solo For Khalid)
  16. Jontrona
  17. Piano (Duet of James & Aiyub Bacchu)
  18. Brihospoti
  19. Ghrina
  20. Mehedi Ranga Haat - (Band Mix)
  21. Daag Theke Jai - (Band Mix)
  22. Nirbachita - (Mix)
  23. Oporajeeta
  24. Dese Valobasa Nai
  25. Nimontron - (Mix)
  26. Valobasa Mane Dukkho (For Hasan)
  27. Hello Kosto (For Hasan)

AwardsEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c "প্রিন্স মাহমুদ: বাংলা গানের প্রকৃত প্রিন্স". Newsg24. Retrieved 2022-01-20.
  2. ^ "প্রিয় ডট কম". Archived from the original on 21 July 2014. Retrieved 20 January 2022.
  3. ^ "The day Prince Mahmud gets 'Aj Jonmodin Tomar' sung to him". UNB. Retrieved 23 January 2022.
  4. ^ "Prince Mahmud and Tanzir Tuhin come together for "Anagoto"". The Daily Star. Retrieved 23 January 2022.
  5. ^ "The Prince's 50th". The Daily Star. Retrieved 23 January 2022.
  6. ^ Hossain, Imam. "Wishes pour in for Prince Mahmud on his birthday". Prothom Alo. Retrieved 2022-01-20.
  7. ^ "Sabina Yasmin named winner of lifetime honour". Retrieved 2022-01-23.