Badmaash Company is the latest release from YRF banners. High on style quotient, the movie is a take on ethics and morale of youngsters who want to make it big at any cost. The movie received good word-of-mouth publicity because of its tantalizing musical outburst. The music has been composed by ever-successful Pritam who has kept giving us one hit after another. Badmaash Company is no different as its chart-topper music had youngsters dancing to its fascinating tunes. The album begins with ‘Ayaashi’ sung by hugely talented KK. The song connects well with the theme of the movie. It has distinctive loud bass guitar strumming, pleasing electronica disco feel and good vocals. Song is more like a mix of Pritam’s trademark hip-hop and ‘death-rock’ metal appeal.

Ayaashi Remix has high tempo and invigorating disco-beat fillers mixing with energized thumping. A typical dance number, it is doing well across the country. ‘Jingle Jingle’, the next song sung by Mohit Chauhan is a situation track highlighting the aspirations of youth brigade. Lyrics are penned in sms-ing style and it has bhangra bear music setting.

‘Chaska’ has loud instrumental appeal and slightly sluggish tempo arrangements. Songs has good combination of guitar and drumming. Song will have its moments but won’t be able to hold you for long. However, ‘Chaska (remix)’ sounds better than the original version. It is a pumped up energetic song with good beats.

‘Fakeera’ is an interesting song more so, because you don’t really get to hear Rahat Fateh Ali singing in such speedy rock track. He tries too hard and somehow song fails to impress you. It is an average song that perhaps tries too hard. The last one is title track titled ‘Badmaash Company’. Benny Dayal’s does a good job in this mixture of hip-hop emceeing and boisterous chorals. All in all, Badmaash Company definitely deserves a listening, at least once.