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Coke Studio Season 14: Let’s Fall In Love Again With IndoPak Melody

Coke Studio Season 14: Let’s Fall In Love Again With IndoPak Melody

Produced by Zulfiqar Jabbar Khan, the Coke Studio Season 14, has continued featuring the best of Paki music. From millennial eye candies, Atif Aslam & Quratulain Balouch to the melodious collaboration of Abida Parveen & Naseebo Lal, Coke Studio Season 14 is one of the best seasons so far. This season marked a perfect launch of the year 2022, releasing 11 songs so far.

Coke Studio Season 14: Let’s Fall In Love Again With IndoPak Melody

Ali Sethi

 

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Stepping in the utopia of songs, Ali Sethi’s kick-started his career by reviving a Punjabi poem into a song, Umran Lagiyaan. Born to the acclaimed journalist couple, Najam Sethi and Jugnu Mohsin, in the cultural heart of Pakistan, Ali has made invaluable contributions to Coke Studio. Ali has always kept the legacy alive. Remember how subtly he resuscitated Mehdi Hassan’s “guloñ meñ rañg bhare bād-e-nau-bahār chale, chale bhī aao ki gulshan kā kārobār chale.”


Ohh! How can we not mention the way he mesmerized us with Pasoori this season.

Momina Mustehsan

 

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The only solo performer on Coke Studio Season 14, Momina garnered considerable praises from the audience. The voice of this double graduate-metamorphosed-singer sent IndoPak in rhapsodies with her collaboration with the music prodigy Rahat Fateh Ali Khan during Coke Studio Season 9.

Momina’s life has been an ethnically diverse sphere, where she spent her early age in Pakistan and later New York. Her latest song, ‘Beparwah’, overshadows the other two masterpieces of Season 14, Pasoori and Tu Jhoom. 

Abida Parveen

The 68-years Pakistani Ghazal singer Abida Parveen is a composer of Sufi music. This apprentice of the illustrious Salamat Ali Khan from the Sham Chorasia Gharana sings in multiple languages, including Urdu, Sindhi, Punjabi, and Saraiki. The lady who commenced her career by performing at Dargahs and Urs has delivered one of the latest hits for Coke Studio, Tu Jhoom

Atif Aslam

 

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There is an endless list of songs that Atif contributed to Bollywood. The music sensation for millennials dropped melodious songs from Dil Diyan Gallan & Pehli Nazar mei to Tere Sang Yara.

Heartrobber Atif Aslam made his debut at Coke Studio in Season 2, where he mesmerized everyone with Jal Pari. The pilgrimage of soulful music splashed the audience’s emotions with the recent Coke Studio song Sajan Das Na

Quratulain Balouch

Qurat-ul-Ain Balouch, the Pakistani-American singer, secured her place in the hearts of the Indian audience with the title song of Fawad Khan’s show Humsafar. Born in Aradan, Iran, QB has spent most of her age in Pakistan. In 2011, Coke Studio Season 4 featured QB in the song Panchi by Jal. The most interesting fact about this dulcet voice is that it is QB’s natural talent as she does not rise from a family of musicians. 

Naseebo Lal

The famous Pakistani folk singer Naseebo Lal sings in Urdu, Marwari, Urdu, and Pashto. Naseebo has sung many classical songs of Noor Jehan, which have gained fame over time. Born in a nomadic family in Rajasthan, the singer’s family migrated to Pakistan after the Indo-Pak partition.

Naseebo Lal collaborated with the preeminent artist Abida Parveen for the first time during Coke Studio Season 14, creating a sensation among netizens. Naseebo made her debut in Coke Studio during season 9 with the Groove Mera song with Aima Baig. 

Faris Shafi

This Pakistani artist and rapper has been in the limelight after he came up with the song Muaziz Shafi in Coke Studio Season 14, one of his rare songs that do not have any profanity. Son of renowned Pakistani actress Saba Hameed, Faris made his debut in 2012 with the song ‘Awaam.’ 

Talal Qureshi

 

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Born in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, Talal released his premier single “Phase Shift” in 2007. In 2012, he debuted with the EP “The Equator.” As a versatile musician, record producer, and singer, Talal has chiseled his name in the Electronic Music industry. Talal’s rap song “Jawab De” landed him in controversies in 2016, when it got banned by Youtube and was censored on social media. 

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