Fuad featuring Choiti - Kagojer Nouka Dube Dube Vashe
01 Fuad featuring Tithi - Kono Rode Mon Chilo
02 Fuad featuring Kunal - Surjo Sejeche Ajke Vhore
03 Fuad featuring Choiti - Kagojer Nouka Dube Dube Vashe
04 Emon Shaha featuring Kunal - Mone Pore
05 Emon Shaha featuring Nodi - Jodi Bhalobasha Jay
06 Emon Shaha featuring Rafsan - Kothay Tumi
07 Ashik featuring Choiti - Hayre Bondhu Kalachan
08 Ashik featuring Ripon - Prity Vishon Jala
09 Ashik featuring Shakila - Shokhi Go Boli Tomay
10 Ashik featuring Nodi - Shona Bondhu Tui Amare
ki sunaila ki bujaila joraila ki mayate
Fuad featuring Choiti - Kagojer Nouka Dube Dube Vashe Mix Salad Emon Saha Ashik
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Fuad al Muqtadir (Bangla: ফুয়াদ আল মুক্তাদির, born 1980) is a popular Bangladeshi composer. He is also known as New York Fuad. Mixing different genre of music with different languages is a common style of creating new music of the musician.
Fuad left Bangladesh for the USA in 1988 at the age of eight and started junior high school there. He was always on and off at the music and finally formed the band Zefyr in 1993 with Richard Modhu, Himel, Shumon and Fred. They recorded several tracks and before disbanding in 1999, released the albums Maya 1 and 2, which became overnight hits within the New York residents Bangladeshi communities.
His first record, drifting away from his niche target group, was Re/Evolution. With the help of Sohel Aziz, keyboardist from the band Obscure, the album came out in collaboration with plenty of mainstream and underground musicians featuring 14 tracks with some great remixes and originals. Litu's "Sylhoti", Anila Naz Chowdhury's "Jhilmil", Armeen's "Bhromor Koiyo" and the re-mixed track, "Mon Chaile Mon" became instant hits. This was a huge success and came out as one of the best selling albums of 2005.
In addition, Fuad's Variation No. 25 in 2006 was the most creative record produced till date, according to his many fans. Later in 2006, two songs were added and the CD was re-released as Variation No. 25.2 jointly by G-Series and Aarshee. The tracks, "Nobina" by Poonam, "Nitol Paye" by Rajib/Fuad jointly and Bappa Mazumder's "Kono Asroy" became over night hits and gave the compilation a massive success.
Fuad's "Bonno" in 2007 was the biggest hit of his career, according to his many fans. It was released By G-Series. The tracks, "Tor Jonno Ami Bonno" by Upol, "Bonno Rap" by Fuad/Bishop , "Junglee" by Fuad , "Da Dushto Number", "Nitol Paye" (Live) , "Shukno Patar Nupur" by Mila were instant hits. "Tor Jonno" by Upol was a Golden Hit. Like "Nitol Paye" (mix of SD Burman's and Nazrul's songs and his own original tune and lyrics) can be heard all the time on the local FM radio stations.
Fuad also worked on albums of Sumon & Anila titled "Ekhon Ami" and Topu's (Yaatri's vocal) "Bondhu Bhabo Ki?".
Fuad featuring various artists "Kromannoy" was released on December 2008. At late December he has released Fuad Featuring Kona.
His latest album "Re Defined" by Mila is released in 29 August 2009.