The song reflects around the beauty of nature and how even the smallest thing can create a sense of happiness
10-year old child artist Bin Yamin Khan Rhythm has given voice to a song titled "Sundar Prithibi."
Rhythm's father, Jannatul Bakr wrote the lyrics while Syed Nafis composed the song, said a press release.
Watch the song "Sundar Prithibi" here
The song was shot for two days in Inani and Suwain Khali in Cox's Bazar in early October.
The song reflects around the beauty of the nature and how even the smallest thing such as the melodious voice of a bird or a colour of the sky can create a sense of happiness.
Jannatul Bakr reflected on how they came they were able to come up with the song.
The lyricist said: "During my stay at home, I wrote songs about living in love with people and nature."
Film director Asif Islam encouraged the father and son duo to publicise the song on a digital platform. Asif introduced music director Syed Nafis to them which lead to the production of the song.
The young Bin Yamin Khan Rhythm has been training for music since the age of 3.
The young boy expressed his gratitude on the release of the song by thanking all his loved ones.
Rhythm said: "Abbu-Ammu, my brother, Pujan Sir, Jamil Sir, Nafis Uncle, Asif Uncle have done a lot for me. This song is a token of my love for them. I love to sing and I hope that everyone prays for me so that I can learn a lot about music."
Music director Syed Nafis said: "Composing music is always a strange experience, moreover, there is always the hope of getting something new. "
The music director added: "The most surprising thing is that his 10-year-old son Rhythm has given voice to the song written by Nandan Bhai. The day I first meet Nandan Bhai and Rhythm, the way Rhythm sang the song with simplicity, I also thought that I would try to make the music as open as possible without leaving any authoritative."
"That's how I did the whole thing in the end. The audience will understand when they see it, at such a young age, they have mastered the song professionally and sung it with great compassion. "
Asif Islam, the photographer and director of the song "Sundar Prithibi" said: "I get involved with the work of the song considering its lyrics, subject matter, rhythm age, and excellent singing. Nandan Bhai, I, Nafis, and Rhythm have done the whole job with a lot of love and care over time. I think this is the first such work of any artist of this age in Bangladesh. I believe that all the listeners will enjoy the song."