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Aye Rah-e-Haq Ke Shaheedo
 
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Dedicated to those who sacrificed their todays for our tomorrows. Coke Studio presents Aye Rahe Haq Ke Shaheedo. ‪ Produced and Directed by Strings #CokeStudio9
Views: 14763073 Coke Studio
Kaavish & Quratulain Balouch, Faasle, Coke Studio Season 10, Episode 2.
 
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Produced & Directed by Strings Music Directed by Jaffer Zaidi Composed by Jaffer Zaidi Lyrics by Jaffer Zaidi A masterfully produced ballad, Faasle is a powerful tale of unrequited love. The signature Kaavish sound is etched onto every microtone of the arrangement with Jaffer Zaidi’s sonorous, melancholic vocals and Maaz Maudood’s soul-stirring guitar tones. Alongside the duo, shining through the musical landscape of the song, Quratulain Balouch uncovers previously unchartered territory as her textured, emotive vocals seasons the song into one of the sweetest manifestation of heartbreak and loss. Floating on a cushion of warm, layered keys and nostalgic backing vocals, Faasle is an ode to love found and love lost. HOUSEBAND Imran Akhoond (Guitars) Aahad Nayani (Drums) Kamran ‘Mannu' Zafar (Bass) Haider Ali (Keyboards/Piano) Omran Shafique (Guitars) Abdul Aziz Kazi (Percussions) BACKING VOCALISTS Rachel Viccaji Shahab Hussain Natasha Khan STRINGS SECTION Javed Iqbal (First Violinist) Ghulam Abbas Ghulam Muhammad Muhammad Ilyas Babar Ali Khawar Hussain GUEST MUSICIAN Joshua Keyth Benjamin (Keys)
Views: 4759388 Coke Studio
Farida Khanum, Aaj Jane Ki Zid Na Karo, Coke Studio Season 8, Episode 7
 
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Farida Khanum, Aaj Jane Ki Zid Na Karo, Coke Studio Season 8, Episode 7 #‎CokeStudio8‬‬ Produced By Strings
Views: 6886488 Coke Studio
Afreen Afreen, Rahat Fateh Ali Khan & Momina Mustehsan, Episode 2, Coke Studio Season 9
 
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Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan was one of the shining lights of Pakistan, a Qawwali Shahehshah whose talent was heralded both locally and globally. To celebrate the legend that still lives 19 years on, Coke Studio presents Afreen Afreen, Rahat Fateh Ali Khan & Momina Mustehsan, Episode 2, Coke Studio 9 Music Directed by Faakhir Mehmood Produced by Strings The beautifully crafted ‘Afreen Afreen’ sung two decades ago by the legendry, Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan still holds the strength to serenade the audience with its poetic and soothing sensibilities. The reformation of the track on Coke Studio – arranged by Faakhir Mehmood and performed by maestro Rahat Fateh Ali Khan and debutant, Momina Mustehsan – transforms the Qawwali seamlessly into an unplugged track. Within the genre, the atmosphere of the song remains ambient and acoustic, as the bare minimum elements give room to Rahat’s majestic vocals to improvise the mastery he possesses. Momina enters the song as she punctuates the additional melody with her laid-back effortless velvety vocals. Towards the end, the track is perfectly complimented with the incredible drum roll and a hyper groove as the traditional ‘Afreen Afreen’ chants are delivered with heartfelt emotion and melodic panache. ‪#CokeStudio9
Views: 213775612 Coke Studio
Pareek, Ariana and Amrina, Coke Studio Explorer 2018
 
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#Pareek is what happens when Kalash folk lore meets 2018. Ariana and Amrina are a memorable duo with Coke Studio Explorer's new song that will stay on repeat in your playlist! #CokeStudio #CokeStudioExplorer
Views: 2133129 Coke Studio
Ranjish Hi Sahi, by Ali Sethi | Coke Studio Season 10, Episode 1.
 
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Produced & Directed by Strings Music Directed by Jaffer Zaidi Originally Composed by Nisar Bazmi Lyrics by Ahmed Faraz Additional Lyrics by Talib Baghpati Licensed by EMI Pakistan
Views: 9397331 Coke Studio
Hum Dekhenge, Coke Studio Season 11
 
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One Nation, One Spirit, One Sound - celebrating unity in diversity! Coke Studio proudly presents: a song FOR the people of Pakistan, BY the people of Pakistan! #HumDekhenge #WeAreOne #CokeStudio11 | Poetry by Faiz Ahmad Faiz Composed by Professor Asrar Produced by Zohaib Kazi and Ali Hamza Song: Hum Dekhenge Album: Coke Studio Season 11
Views: 7306762 Coke Studio
Nabeel Shaukat Ali, Bewajah, Coke Studio Season 8, Episode 1
 
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Nabeel Shaukat Ali, Bewajah, Coke Studio Season 8, Episode 1 #CokeStudio8 Produced by Strings
Views: 7991847 Coke Studio
Tera Woh Pyar (Nawazishein Karam), Momina Mustehsan & Asim Azhar, Episode 6, Coke Studio Season 9
 
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Music Directed by Shuja Haider Composed by Shuja Haider Lyricis by Naqash Hyder Produced by Strings Sublime, beautiful, and soul stirring are all words best to describe ‘Tera Woh Pyaar’ and ‘Nawazishein’ performed by Momina Mustehsan with Asim Azhar. The romantic ballads, both originally sung by Shuja Haider, features him as the music director, calling the shots in a track that truly delivers from the heart. The soft piano and the subtle sound of the sitar create a fitting atmosphere for Momina’s soft vocals, sung with utmost grace, as Asim croons over cinematic violins about the love story, packed full of emotions. Midway through the duration, as the track gathers momentum, it brings together elements of the Pakistani pop scene of the bygone era, and takes you to a dreamy place whilst celebrating romance and leaving one smitten. #CokeStudio9
Views: 108098631 Coke Studio
Sohni Dharti, Coke Studio Season 8
 
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Celebrate the spirit of independence with all the artists that will be featured on Coke Studio Season 8. #CokeStudio8 A tribute to Sohail Rana & Masroor Anwar
Views: 2585368 Coke Studio
Humera Channa & Nabeel Shaukat, Mujh Se Pehli Si Muhabbat, Coke Studio Season 10, Episode 3.
 
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Produced & Directed by Strings Music Directed by Mekaal Hasan Originally composed by Rashid Attre Lyrics by Faiz Ahmed Faiz Licensed by EMI Pakistan Bringing an avant-garde aesthetic to the Coke Studio landscape, Mekaal Hasan’s debut as a music director finds him taking a classic ghazal and framing it with progressive and experimental tropes. Unleashing his signature sound, courtesy of a lush guitar tone and Ahsan Pappu’s emotive flute-playing, Hasan creates a carefully constructed soundscape fitting for the themes of rapture and cruelty that Faiz touches upon in his poetry. The silvery vocals of Humera Channa paired with the honeyed tone of Nabeel Shaukat’s voice make for a fantastic combination to take on this humble tribute to Malika-e-Tarranum, Noor Jehan. Houseband Imran Akhoond (Guitars) Aahad Nayani (Drums) Kamran ‘Mannu' Zafar (Bass) Babar Khanna (Dholak/Tabla) Haider Ali (Keyboards/Piano) Omran Shafique (Guitars) Abdul Aziz Kazi (Percussions) Guest Musicians Mohammad Ahsan ‘Pappu’ (Flute) Sajid Ali (Flute) Zain Ahsan (Ukulele) ‘Mujh Se Pehli Si Muhabbat’ Licensed by EMI Pakistan
Views: 4094957 Coke Studio
Ya Qurban, Khumariyaan, Coke Studio Season 11, Episode 7
 
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#YaQurban, a Pashto song, is the perfect reflection of Pakhtun music by Khumariyaan. Rubab, in conversation with percussion assembles a distinctive beat producing a splendid rhythmic pattern for instrumental music. Khumariyaan has performed twice on Coke Studio Season 11, starting from Rasha Mama – a calming song representing folk Pashto music to their new song fusing folk rock, Ya Qurban. Hopefully their tracks using Pashto Saazand Rubab music will make it to the top folk rock songs of 2018. #CokeStudio11 Produced & Directed by Zohaib Kazi and Ali Hamza Lyrics Traditional Folk Composed by Khumariyaan Backing Vocalist Shahab Hussain Wajiha Naqvi Mehr Qadir Houseband Babar Khanna (Dholak) Kami Paul (Drums) Kamran “Mannu” Zafar (Bass) Omran “Momo” Shafique (Guitars) Rufus Shahzad (Keyboards)
Views: 3171007 Coke Studio
Aaqa, Abida Parveen & Ali Sethi, Episode 1, Coke Studio Season  9
 
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Aaqa, Abida Parveen & Ali Sethi, Episode 1, Coke Studio Season 9 Music Directed by Shuja Haider Produced by Strings #CokeStudio9 “Aaqa”, the first collaborative single of the duo – Abida Parveen & Ali Sethi – is the kind of devotional piece that greets your soul with immaculate clarity from the very onset. With the serene soft guitar, the song’s melodic heart unfolds as Abida Parveen and Ali Sethi’s shared musical heritage takes the reigns with their high-pitched vocals taking the track through the roof. The soundscape, constructed by music director Shuja Haider featuring a ferocious beat of the drums, layered with inimitable rhythm of the harmonium, coupled with the commanding Rubab chords convey the emotions that transcend lyrically – allowing the vocals a chance to take center stage, and creating a mammoth single that’s ever so poignant.
Views: 12897469 Coke Studio
Jind Mahiya, Shuja Haider, Coke Studio Season 11, Episode 7
 
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#JindMahiya is one of the best desi songs and a musical delight which highlights the love for trying new things against the middle eastern inspired beats holding a magical inventiveness that brings Shuja’s bold lyrics to light. Shuja Haider’s mood-lifting Coke Studio songs from Tera Wo Pyar to Jind Mahiya are a journey from Season 6 to Coke Studio Season 11, this song will make it to the top songs of 2018. #CokeStudio11 Produced & Directed by Zohaib Kazi and Ali Hamza Lyrics by Shuja Haider Composed by Shuja Haider Backing Vocalist Shahab Hussain Wajiha Naqvi Mehr Qadir Houseband Babar Khanna (Dholak) Kami Paul (Drums) Kamran “Mannu” Zafar (Bass) Omran “Momo” Shafique (Guitars) Rufus Shahzad (Keyboards) Additional Instrumentation Haniya Aslam (Baglama)
Views: 1364207 Coke Studio
Ali Sethi & Nabeel Shaukat, Umran Langiyaan, Coke Studio, Season 8, Episode 3
 
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Ali Sethi & Nabeel Shaukat, Umran Langiyaan, Coke Studio, Season 8, Episode 3 #CokeStudio8 Produced By Strings
Views: 3726449 Coke Studio
Paar Chanaa De, Shilpa Rao & Noori, Episode 4, Coke Studio Season 9
 
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Paar Chanaa De, Shilpa Rao & Noori, Episode 4, Coke Studio Season 9 Music Directed by Noori Produced by Strings With its soulful indie-rock feel ‘Paar Chanaa De’ is a grand duet of music directors, Noori featuring Shilpa Rao. An oral tradition passed on to the brother duo by their grandparents, it’s a song that they’ve considered as a family treasure since long. In the beginning few chords, the track establishes the earthy soul vibes that transcend in waves laden with a distinct melody and instrumentation. Noori and Shilpa Rao’s vocals, independently encapsulate the listener earnestly, as the soundscape further develops with Noor Zehra’s impeccable groove on the ‘Sagar Veena’. In an exhilarating performance, the track commands your attention ever so gently. #CokeStudio9
Views: 11851797 Coke Studio
Khaki Banda, Ahmed Jahanzeb & Umair Jaswal, Episode 3, Coke Studio Season 9
 
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Music Directed by Shuja Haider Produced by Strings ‘Khaki Banda’ is a sufi-rock track without limiting itself within the boundaries or sticking to one musical genre, sound or style. Beautifully crafted lyrics penned by music director and composer, Shuja Haider – the duet featuring Ahmed Jehanzeb and Umair Jaswal captivates you from start to finish as a result of its carefully intricate instrumentation. Starting with the strumming of the guitar laying the foundation of the main riff of the track, the song builds on an atmosphere leading to the interval played impeccably on the violin by the string section, giving this track a definitive amount of energy and spirit from the onset. Jehanzeb’s melodic, dynamic singing style combined with Jaswal’s aggressive, energized vocals serve as the perfect accompaniment against the unstoppable groove, a flickering drumbeat and timely interludes of this magnum opus. #CokeStudio9
Views: 3369437 Coke Studio
Allahu Akbar By Ahmed Jehanzeb & Shafqat Amanat | Coke Studio Season 10, Episode 1
 
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Produced & Directed by Strings Music Directed by Shuja Haider Composed by Shuja Haider Lyrics by Shuja Haider (Special Thanks to Salman Azmi)
Views: 9544703 Coke Studio
Sajjad Ali, Tum Naraaz Ho, Coke Studio Season 7, Episode 1
 
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Coke Studio Season 7 Produced by Strings #CokeStudio7
Views: 3543398 Coke Studio
Janay Na Tu, Ali Khan, Episode 1, Coke Studio Season 9
 
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Janay Na Tu, Ali Khan, Episode 1, Coke Studio Season 9 Music Directed by Jaffer Zaidi Produced by Strings #CokeStudio9 "Janay Na Tu” is an irresistibly catchy ballad carved from Ali Khan’s age-old distinct style and dressed up in music director, Jaffer Zaidi’s finest music arrangement a pop song could boast of. Penned by Ali Khan himself, at its core the song is a requiem for love paired with string section’s gentle instrumentation, and the house band’s orchestration creating a bridge whilst cushioning on a simple melody. After a hiatus of almost a decade, the track serves as a timely release of another nostalgic tune that Ali Khan is most remembered for.
Views: 3059223 Coke Studio
Sajjad Ali & Zaw Ali, Ronay Na Diya, Coke Studio Season 10, Episode 3.
 
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Produced & Directed by Strings Music Directed by Sajjad Ali Lyrics by Sudarshan Faakir Musical mastermind, Sajjad Ali makes a stunning debut on Coke Studio as a music director with his poignant rendition of Ronay Na Diya. The reproachful lament relays the overwhelming emotions of remorse and despair with musical inlays of a sorrowful clarinet and wistful vocals. Sajjad Ali’s classic, celebrated vocals find an interesting match as Zaw Ali brings a wild concoction of vibrant r&b vocal runs alongside her delicate but powerful classical chops. A gorgeous manifestation of grief, the song pays homage to the exquisite, Malika-e-Ghazal, Begum Akthar. Houseband Imran Akhoond (Guitars) Aahad Nayani (Drums) Kamran ‘Mannu' Zafar (Bass) Babar Khanna (Dholak/Tabla) Haider Ali (Keyboards/Piano) Omran Shafique (Guitars) Abdul Aziz Kazi (Percussions) Backing Vocalists Rachel Viccaji Shahab Hussain Natasha Khan STRINGS SECTION Javed Iqbal (First Violinist) Ghulam Abbas Ghulam Muhammad Muhammad Ilyas Babar Ali Khawar Hussain Guest Musicians Leonard Massey (Clarinet) Sajid Ali (Flute) Wajji Ali (Additional backing vocals)
Views: 4498177 Coke Studio
Uddi Ja, Mohsin Abbas Haider, Episode 4, Coke Studio Season 9
 
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Uddi Ja, Mohsin Abbas Haider, Episode 4, Coke Studio Season 9 Music Directed by Jaffer Zaidi Produced by Strings. ‘Uddi Ja’ marks the debut of Mohsin Abbas Haider on Coke Studio, playing to the strength of the lyrics penned by himself, and easily settling into the euphoric atmosphere of the music directed by Jaffer Zaidi. In a mesmerizing song, originally composed by Mohsin, his vocals drift on the surface of the melody, whilst the undertones of the Qawwali part conjure layers of emotions that hold on to the listener. Maintaining the soul of the melody, the intimate setting of the music reflects the traditional feel of the instrumentation played at shrines. #CokeStudio9
Views: 9638575 Coke Studio
Abida Parveen & Rahat Fateh Ali Khan, Chaap Tilak, Coke Studio Season 7, Episode 6
 
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Coke Studio Season 7 Produced by Strings #CokeStudio7
Views: 17101977 Coke Studio
Jhalliya, Javed Bashir, Masooma Anwar & Shahzad Nawaz, Ep 5, CS 9
 
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Music Directed by Faakhir Mehmood Produced by Strings On ‘Jhalliya’ – the duo, Javed Bashir and Masooma Anwar stay familiarly close to their dual strengths. With a bracing blend of swift guitar, the track opens in an intimate atmosphere as Shahzad Nawaz makes a guest appearance narrating words by Bulleh Shah at intervals. In the original composition by Faakhir Mehmood, and additional lyrics by Sabir Zafar and Javed Bashir, this sufi-style rendition builds into something with much more energy, spirit and life. The high-pitched vocals of Javed and the deep tones of Masooma, strikingly fuse with an unstoppable groove, a bouncing chorus and a flickering drumbeat. #CokeStudio9
Views: 6257349 Coke Studio
Abida Parveen, Dost, Coke Studio Season 7, Episode 3
 
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Coke Studio Season 7 Produced by Strings Guest Musicians: Sajid Ali (Flute) Shallum Xavier (Guitars) #CokeStudio7
Views: 1431236 Coke Studio
Javed Bashir & Akbar Ali feat. Aamir Zaki, Naina Moray, Coke Studio Season 10, Episode 4
 
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Produced & Directed by Strings Music Directed by Jaffer Zaidi Traditional thumri previously performed by Bade Ghulam Ali #CokeStudio10 A dark storm of emotions, this thumri is fueled by the thunderous arrangement of Jaffer Zaidi. Honing in on the pain and anguish that comes with the void of heartbreak, the incredibly powerful and skillful duo of Javed Bashir & Akbar Ali cascade through the contours and complexities of Raag Bhairvi. The hues of the raag are further evoked through a confluence of the ethereal drone of the sarangi and a prolific guitar solo by Aamir Zaki, exuding a sense of melancholy. Playing with the fluidity of the raag, the track is a masterful excursion that resonates with the profundity of sorrow. Houseband Imran Akhoond (Guitars) Aahad Nayani (Drums) Kamran ‘Mannu' Zafar (Bass) Babar Khanna (Dholak/Tabla) Haider Ali (Keyboards/Piano) Omran Shafique (Guitars) Abdul Aziz Kazi (Percussions) Backing Vocalists Rachel Viccaji Shahab Hussain Natasha Khan STRINGS SECTION Javed Iqbal (First Violinist) Ghulam Abbas Ghulam Muhammad Muhammad Ilyas Babar Ali Khawar Hussain HUMNAWA Ahmad Hasan Asif Ali Ghulam Hasan Junaid Ali Guest Musicians Aamir Zaki (Guitar) Gul Muhammad (Sarangi)
Views: 1969983 Coke Studio
Shuja Haider & Aima Baig, Baanware, Coke Studio Season 10, Season Finale
 
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Produced & Directed by Strings Music Directed by Shuja Haider Composed by Shuja Haider Lyrics by Shuja Haider ‘Bhooli Bisri’ licensed by EMI Pakistan ‘Bhooli Bisri’ Originally sung by Mehdi Hasan Lyrics by Syed Raza Tirmazi Love permeates through this song as Shuja Haider creates yet another score for those struck by the puzzling predicament of romance. Aima Baig shines through as her powerful, ethereal vocals intertwine themselves in the soft melody of the song. The duet shaped as a musical conversation brings forth the nuances and intricacies of heartbreak in a delightfully poignant manner. HOUSEBAND Imran Akhoond (Guitars) Aahad Nayani (Drums) Kamran ‘Mannu' Zafar (Bass) Babar Khanna (Dholak/Tabla) Haider Ali (Keyboards/Piano) Omran Shafique (Guitars) Abdul Aziz Kazi (Percussions) BACKING VOCALISTS Rachel Viccaji Shahab Hussain Natasha Khan STRINGS SECTION Javed Iqbal (First Violinist) Ghulam Abbas Ghulam Muhammad Muhammad Ilyas Babar Ali Khawar Hussain GUEST MUSICIANS Amir Azhar (Nylon) Sajid Ali (Flute)
Views: 4408264 Coke Studio
Shamaan Pai Gaiyaan/Kee Dam Da Bharosa, Rachel Viccaji & Kashif Ali, Ep 5, CS 9
 
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Music Directed by Shiraz Uppal Produced by Strings In it’s opening bars ‘Shamaan Pai Gaiyaan / Kee Dam Da Bharosa’ – a duet featuring Kashif Ali and Rachel Viccaji – might trick you into believing that its simply going to be more of the same. Starting with Kashif’s low key vocals over tiptoeing piano, the first track originally sung by Naseebo Lal is structured by music director Shiraz Uppal in a way that keeps the quiet, unplugged moments interesting. Half way through the track, Rachel enters with those rich soulful vocal tones set against the high-energy double tempo highlights in the instrumentation featuring a slick bass solo by Amir Azhar. Ironically, the same Amir Azhar played mandolin for the original track, sung by Madam Noor Jehan in 1996 – the last time she sang for a film. #CokeStudio9
Views: 14347003 Coke Studio
Malang, Sahir Ali Bagga and Aima Baig, Coke Studio Season 11, Episode 5
 
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Much like the name suggests this love song, #Malang, raves about passion as the ultimate expression of love. Sahir Ali Bagga and Aima Baig's powerful energy give a whole new dimension to the momentum at play. Coke Studio is ready to bring you upbeat songs and the best of 2018 songs. The orchestral build-up sways with the vocal harmonies and it's arrangement. Just like Aima Baig’s Baazi, her new song casts the net even wider with the melodious Bansuri and it's sporadic Banjo beats. A modern adaptation of this Saraiki folk classic, Malang's diverse musical elements and zesty groove makes for an interesting festive mix. #CokeStudio11 Produced & Directed by Zohaib Kazi and Ali Hamza Lyrics by Malang Imran Raza Chan Kitthan Traditional Folk Composed by Sahir Ali Bagga Backing Vocalist Shahab Hussain Wajiha Naqvi Mehr Qadir Houseband Babar Khanna (Dholak) Kami Paul (Drums) Kamran “Mannu” Zafar (Bass) Omran “Momo” Shafique (Guitars) Rufus Shahzad (Keyboards) Additional Instrumentation Ustaad Tanveer Hussain (Banjo) Hyder Ali (Acoustic Guitar)
Views: 14242129 Coke Studio
Quratulain Balouch & Farhan Saeed, Dekh Tera Kya/Latthay Di Chaadar, CS 10, Ep 4
 
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Produced & Directed by Strings Music Directed by Shani Arshad Latthay Di Chaadar, originally composed by Khalil Ahmed & lyrics by Bashir Manzar Dekh Tera, originally composed by Niaz Ahmed & lyrics by Muhammad Nasir ‘Latthay Di Chaadar’ & ‘Dekh Tera’ licensed by EMI Pakistan Colors seem more vivid in this song as a traditional South Asian wedding song blends with an 80s pop track in Shani Arshad’s latest concoction. An upbeat track nuanced with the rhythm of dandiyaan and a gliding flute, the song is further embellished by the fact that it is a duet. Farhan Saeed’s warm, tuneful take on ‘Dekh Tera’ paired with Quratulain Balouch’s textured, radiant voice belting out Latthay Di Chaadar makes for the perfect mixture. With a strong backing vocals section, the song finds itself exploring the musical spectrum of our vibrant traditional past. Houseband Imran Akhoond (Guitars) Aahad Nayani (Drums) Babar Khanna (Dholak/Tabla) Omran Shafique (Guitars) Abdul Aziz Kazi (Percussions) Backing Vocalists Rachel Viccaji Shahab Hussain Natasha Khan Guest Musicians Amir Azhar (Banjo) Sajid Ali (Flute) Bradley D’Souza (Bass) Joshua Keyth Benjamin (Keys)
Views: 20224122 Coke Studio
BTS, Paar Chanaa De, Shilpa Rao & Noori, Episode 4, Coke Studio Season 9
 
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BTS, Paar Chanaa De, Shilpa Rao & Noori, Episode 4, Coke Studio Season 9 Music Directed by Noori Produced by Strings
Views: 241975 Coke Studio
Runaway, Krewella, Riaz Qadri and Ghulam Ali Qadri, Coke Studio Season 11, Episode 2.
 
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International EDM stars Krewella taking the Coke Studio stage for the very first time along with the rusting vocals of Riaz Qadri and Ghulam Ali Qadri! Their vocal harmony combined with a driving Dholak groove and soulful Sarangi is what makes #Runaway a tasteful juxtaposition. #CokeStudio11 Produced & Directed by Zohaib Kazi and Ali Hamza Lyrics Runaway Ed (Diskord), Logan (Diskord), Cody Tarpley, Jahan Yousaf and Yasmine Yousaf, Dan Henig Dohra Ghulam Fareed Rus Na Sanwal Yar Khwaja Mohammad Yaar Composed by Runaway Ed (Diskord), Logan (Diskord), Cody Tarpley, Jahan Yousaf and Yasmine Yousaf, Dan Henig Dohra Riaz Qadri Rus Na Sanwal Yar Riaz Qadri Houseband Babar Khanna (Dholak) Kami Paul (Drums) Kamran ‘Mannu’ Zafar (Bass) Omran ‘Momo’ Shafique (Guitars) Rufus Shahzad (Keyboards) Additional Instrumentation: Gul Mohammad (Sarangi)
Views: 2887493 Coke Studio
Faqeera, Shamu Bai and Vishnu, Coke Studio Explorer 2018
 
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Shamu’s poise, complimented by Vishnu’s soulful vocals will leave an everlasting impact on your heart as their traditional music drifts into strums of the Benjo and modern electronic beats. Coke Studio Explorer's #Faqeera is a tribute to the wandering saints of this region - ever engrossed in the pursuit of truth, harmony and humanity. #CokeStudio #CokeStudioExplorer
Views: 1880226 Coke Studio
Ali Hamza & Ali Zafar feat. Strings, Us Rah Par, Coke Studio Season 10, Season Finale.
 
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Produced & Directed by Strings Music Directed by Jaffer Zaidi Originally Composed by Shoaib Mansoor Lyrics by Shoaib Mansoor The loss of Junaid Jamshed sent reverberations across the world. Drawing inspiration from Jamshed’s signature sound, Jaffer Zaidi creates a heartfelt tribute for the gentleman who will forever remain the icon for contemporary Pakistani pop music. Ali Zafar & Ali Hamza come together to celebrate and commemorate the life and legacy of a man who helped millions of people find their own way in this fitting tribute. HOUSEBAND Imran Akhoond (Guitars) Aahad Nayani (Drums) Kamran ‘Mannu' Zafar (Bass) Babar Khanna (Dholak/Tabla) Haider Ali (Keyboards/Piano) Omran Shafique (Guitars) Abdul Aziz Kazi (Percussions) BACKING VOCALISTS Rachel Viccaji Shahab Hussain Natasha Khan STRINGS SECTION Javed Iqbal (First Violinist) Ghulam Abbas Ghulam Muhammad Muhammad Ilyas Babar Ali Khawar Hussain GUEST MUSICIANS Amir Azhar (Saaz)
Views: 4189891 Coke Studio
Abbas Ali Khan, Mujhay Baar Baar, Coke Studio Pakistan, Season 7, Episode 5
 
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Coke Studio Season 7 Produced by Strings #CokeStudio7
Views: 2233703 Coke Studio
Umair Jaswal & Quratulain Balouch, Sammi Meri Waar, Coke Studio Season 8, Episode 2
 
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Umair Jaswal & Quratulain Balouch, Sammi Meri Waar, Coke Studio Season 8, Episode 2 #CokeStudio8 Produced by Strings
Views: 33611470 Coke Studio
Ala Baali, Nirmal Roy & Jabar Abbas, Episode 4, Coke Studio Season 9
 
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Ala Baali, Nirmal Roy & Jabar Abbas, Episode 4, Coke Studio Season 9 Music Directed by Shiraz Uppal Produced by Strings ‘Ala Baali’ – literally translated from Arabic means ‘you’re on my mind’ – and this track is exactly that: infectious, fun and addictive. A multilingual love anthem, penned by Shakeel Sohail captures the sentiments lyrically in Urdu, Arabic and Punjabi. The powerful drive throughout the song rests on an Arabic beat and a Persian rhythm to build a momentum; the track composed by Shiraz Uppal is underlined with energy featuring plenty of grooves that come together to form the perfect platform for Nirmal and Jabar’s layered vocals, complementing one another naturally. #CokeStudio9
Views: 4687281 Coke Studio
Ali Zafar & Sara Haider, Ae Dil, Coke Studio, Season 8, Episode 4
 
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Ali Zafar & Sara Haider, Ae Dil, Coke Studio, Season 8, Episode 4 #‎CokeStudio8‬‬ Produced By Strings
Views: 7811734 Coke Studio
Ha Gulo, Qasamir, Coke Studio Explorer 2018
 
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Coke Studio brings to you #HaGulo by Qasamir which steers the listener towards the richness and power of Kashmiri folk music and poetry. Altaf Mir’s emotion-packed vocals are anchored by the gentle Sarangi, the pulsating Tumbaknaer and the iconic Garha. An effortless mix of traditional and electronic, get ready to groove to this song. #CokeStudio #CokeStudioExplorer
Views: 1309736 Coke Studio
Sab Jag Soye, Quratulain Balouch & Shuja Haider, Season Finale, Coke Studio Season 9
 
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Pee Jaon originally performed and composed by Farhan Saeed, Momina Mustehsen & Saad Sultan Additional lyrics by Musheer Kazmi (Chandni Raatein) Music Directed by Shuja Haider Produced by Strings A truly, well-crafted melody – ‘Sab Jag Soye’ is a duet performed by Quratulain Balouch and music director and vocalist, Shuja Haider. Taking the reigns from the beginning, the single opens with QB holding her own in a track that is impeccably designed around her voice, as the brooding and effective bass guitar riff makes way for a complete change in tempo. Through its energetic music structure – Shuja’s strong, melodic vocal abilities – the constant shifting of the pace makes the journey through the track unpredictably wonderful. #CokeStudio9
Views: 6848928 Coke Studio
Roye Roye, Sahir Ali Bagga and Momina Mustehsan, Coke Studio Season 11, Episode 3.
 
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#RoyeRoye is a ballad composed by Sahir Ali Bagga along with Momina Mustehsan’s emotive vocals as an ode to undying love. #CokeStudio11 Infectious, fervent, and lyrical, ‘Roye Roye’ rides on the emotional landscape of love and loneliness. Sahir Ali Bagga music is the natural descendant of love ballad that swings between the space of dramatic yet empathetic. Along side Momina Mustehsan’s riveting vocals, the song conveys the ache of unrequited love. It’s a masterclass in atmospheric delivery that evolves with traditional sound of duduk and bansuri, the ethnic sound of matka and a sentimental string section. Roye Roye instantly builds an authentic musical palette that one can resonate with. Enjoy as Momina Mustehsan from Coke Studio Season 9 fame, Afreen Afreen and Sahir Ali Bagga from Coke Studio Season 10 hit Baazi come together to give you a love song that will surely make it to your playlist of best songs 2018 Produced & Directed by Zohaib Kazi and Ali Hamza Lyrics Roye Roye Sahir Ali Bagga Shakil Sohail Composed by Sahir Ali Bagga Backing Vocalist Shahab Hussain Wajiha Naqvi Mehr Qadir Houseband Babar Khanna (Dholak) Kami Paul (Drums) Kamran “Mannu” Zafar (Bass) Omran “Momo” Shafique (Guitars) Rufus Shahzad (Keyboards) Additional Instrumentation Ustad Tanveer Hussain (Mandolin) Hyder Ali (Acoustic Guitar) Baqir Abbas (Bansuri and Duduk)
Views: 9027571 Coke Studio
O Re, Noori, Season Finale, Coke Studio Season 9
 
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Music Directed by Noori Produced by Strings ‘O Re’ is a pop-rock track that’s brimming with nostalgia with an up-tempo, feel-good melody that’s as refreshing as is addictive. Written, composed and performed by Noori – the tune has stayed in the duo’s vault with some hundred odd unreleased tracks with Ali Hamza playing with this one for a good 8 years. ‘O Re’ is crammed full of energetic lively antics from the accordion solo adding a celebratory atmosphere to the soft alluring vocals, or the infectious chorus to impeccable guitar skills spewing from Ali Noor. The love-drenched single might be a rare release but the kind that won’t leave your mind long after you’ve asked it to. #CokeStudio9
Views: 1585183 Coke Studio
Kaavish, Neun La Leya, Coke Studio, Season 8, Episode 3
 
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Kaavish, Neun La Leya, Coke Studio, Season 8, Episode 3 #CokeStudio8 Produced By Strings
Views: 437533 Coke Studio
Tu Kuja Man Kuja, Shiraz Uppal & Rafaqat Ali Khan, Season Finale, Coke Studio Season 9
 
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Original Composition by Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan Lyrics by Muzaffar Warsi Produced by Strings ‘Tu Kuja Man Kuja’ is a mesmerizing qawwali built upon a cyclic music structure that draws you in from start to finish within the space of its meticulously selected soundscapes. Rafaqat Ali Khan’s effortless and pitch perfect vocals brings the track into a spiritual and cosmic realm exhibiting words penned by Muzaffar Warsi, and originally composed by the maestro – Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan. Shiraz Uppal’s soulful voice serves as the perfect accompaniment to the pulsing bass, and the inclusion of the dynamic tabla to maximize the essence of the traditional qawwali genre. #CokeStudio9
Views: 63942863 Coke Studio
Attaullah Esakhelvi & Sanwal Esakhelvi, Sab Maya Hai, Coke Studio Season 10, Episode 5.
 
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Produced & Directed by Strings Music Directed by Shuja Haider Lyrics by Ibn-e-Insha, Shakir Shuja Abadi, Mazhar niazi, Farooq Rokhri & Shuja Haider Originally composed by Attaullah Esakhelvi Bringing the sounds of the soil to Season 10, Attaullah Esakhelvi & Sanwal Esakhelvi narrate a sordid tale of the depravity that is found within the realms of the material world. Attaullah Esakhelvi’s unique yet familiar folk tone is brutally apt in depicting the pain of coming to terms with the illusions that surround us. Shuja Haider creates a unique soundscape by pairing this with the soft yet electric energy of Sanwal Esakhelvi’s tone. Upon a backdrop of groovy and emotive backing vocals, accented with the banjo and flute, this song is a journey towards uncovering the truth. HOUSEBAND Imran Akhoond (Guitars) Aahad Nayani (Drums) Kamran ‘Mannu' Zafar (Bass) Babar Khanna (Dholak/Tabla) Haider Ali (Keyboards/Piano) Omran Shafique (Guitars) Abdul Aziz Kazi (Percussions) BACKING VOCALISTS Rachel Viccaji Shahab Hussain Natasha Khan Guest Musicians Amir Azhar (Banjo) Sajid Ali (Flute) Nadeem Iqbal (Harmonium)
Views: 11360969 Coke Studio
Atif Aslam, Tajdar-e-Haram, Coke Studio Season 8, Episode 1.
 
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Atif Aslam, Tajdar- e -Haram, Coke Studio Season 8, Episode 1. #CokeStudio8 A tribute to Sabri Brothers Produced by Strings
Views: 195095634 Coke Studio
Javed Bashir, Yaad, Coke Studio Season 7, Episode 6
 
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Coke Studio Season 7 Produced by Strings #CokeStudio7
Views: 678792 Coke Studio
Ali Zafar, Jaan-e-Bahaaraan, Coke Studio Season 10, Episode 2
 
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Produced & Directed by Strings Music Directed by Shuja Haider Originally Composed by Master Inayat Hussain Lyrics by Tanveer Naqvi Licensed by EMI Pakistan Weaving a spell to ensnare the listener, Shuja Haider returns with a tribute to the legendary film music director, Master Inayat Hussain. The reimagination of the song stays true to the theatrical and dramatic nature of Pakistani film music and infuses Spanish musical motifs in it’s stylings. Ali Zafar proves himself as the perfect cast for the roll of a love-struck beau with his captivating vocals and pronounced stage presence. As Zafar convincingly professes his devotion and adoration for his Jaan-e-Baahaaraan, a powerful string section packed with a punch of percussions serves as the perfect backdrop for this ditty. HOUSEBAND Imran Akhoond (Guitars) Aahad Nayani (Drums) Kamran ‘Mannu' Zafar (Bass) Babar Khanna (Dholak/Tabla) Haider Ali (Keyboards/Piano) Omran Shafique (Guitars) Abdul Aziz Kazi (Percussions) BACKING VOCALISTS Rachel Viccaji Shahab Hussain Natasha Khan STRINGS SECTION Javed Iqbal (First Violinist) Ghulam Abbas Ghulam Muhammad Muhammad Ilyas Babar Ali Khawar Hussain GUEST MUSICIANS Amir Azhar (Rubab & Nylon Guitar) Sajid Ali (Flute) Weaving a spell to ensnare the listener, Shuja Haider returns with a tribute to the legendary film music director, Master Inayat Hussain. The reimagination of the song stays true to the theatrical and dramatic nature of Pakistani film music and infuses Spanish musical motifs in it’s stylings. Ali Zafar proves himself as the perfect cast for the roll of a love-struck beau with his captivating vocals and pronounced stage presence. As Zafar convincingly professes his devotion and adoration for his Jaan-e-Baahaaraan, a powerful string section packed with a punch of percussions serves as the perfect backdrop for this ditty. HOUSEBAND Imran Akhoond (Guitars) Aahad Nayani (Drums) Kamran ‘Mannu' Zafar (Bass) Babar Khanna (Dholak/Tabla) Haider Ali (Keyboards/Piano) Omran Shafique (Guitars) Abdul Aziz Kazi (Percussions) BACKING VOCALISTS Rachel Viccaji Shahab Hussain Natasha Khan STRINGS SECTION Javed Iqbal (First Violinist) Ghulam Abbas Ghulam Muhammad Muhammad Ilyas Babar Ali Khawar Hussain GUEST MUSICIANS Amir Azhar (Rubab & Nylon Guitar) Sajid Ali (Flute)
Views: 3680166 Coke Studio
Mekaal Hassan Band, Kinaray, Coke Studio, Season 8, Episode 5
 
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Mekaal Hassan Band, Kinaray, Coke Studio, Season 8, Episode 5‪‬‬‬ #‎CokeStudio8‬‬ Produced By Strings
Views: 240309 Coke Studio
Wah Jo Kalaam, Asrar Shah, Shamu Bai & Vishnu, Coke Studio Season 11, Episode 8
 
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#WahJoKalaam establishes the Sindhi soul vibe in the voice of Asrar, who previously sang a few Coke Studio songs such as Shakar Wandan Re, Aakho Ali Ali and Gaddiye. Accompanied by Shamu Bai and Vishnu’s powerful vocals, this brother-sister duo used to sing bhajan in Sindhi and performed at local festivals before being discovered by Coke Studio Explorer and making their way to Coke Studio Season 11! This trio is going to be a unique addition to the best of folk-rock music and new Sindhi songs of 2018. #CokeStudio11 Produced & Directed by Zohaib Kazi and Ali Hamza Lyrics by Asrar Shah Composed by Ustad Sultan Ahmed
Views: 640899 Coke Studio

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