Neeraj Baral has released his latest album Phool Ko Kura, just in time for Valentine’s Day. In his second album, Baral offers a kaleidoscopic approach, featuring avant flavor of aadhuinik, classical, folk, and pop, spanning multiple concepts. But the album’s true opulence resides in his bonafide signature sound and balanced modus operandi.
The album is comprised with a total of nine songs, including a single music track. Not only is this album charming, Baral also makes it quite alluring by featuring a duet with Anju Panta in the self titled song Phool Ko Kura. Other tracks featured on the album include Nazar Ko Ghumto, Chit Ko Gunyo, Timi Muskurayo, Timi Hase Khushi Phoolcha, Menaka Rati Urvasi, Kasari Ma Bhanu, and Dil e Jhakane (in Maithali).
He should also be credited in skillfully writing and composing the songs: Phool Ko Kura, Kasari Ma Bhanu, and Menaka Rati Urvasi.
Baral previously had his own band which released their album Akriti back in 1993. This is his first solo album since a long hiatus of nineteen years.