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1. Afreen Afreen, Rahat Fateh Ali Khan & Momina Mustehsan, Episode 2, Coke Studio 9

Afreen Afreen, Rahat Fateh Ali Khan & Momina Mustehsan, Episode 2, Coke Studio 9

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

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3. Studio - Trey Songz & Chris Brown remix

  • Published: 2014-10-10T18:09:09Z
  • By TRGAxBRZY
Studio - Trey Songz & Chris Brown remix

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4. Dilruba Na Raazi, Zeb Bangash & Faakhir Mehmood, Episode 3, Coke Studio 9

Dilruba Na Raazi, Zeb Bangash & Faakhir Mehmood, Episode 3, Coke Studio 9

Music Directed by Faakhir Mehmood Produced by Strings ‘Dilruba Na Raazi’ is an amalgamation of vibrant, cultural sounds inspired from a Pushto folk tune, combined with an infectious melody that fits the original like a glove. Opening with a soul-stirring chant in Zeb Bangash’s pitch perfect vocals, the music builds up to welcome Faakhir Mehmood in a single that effortlessly merge the contemporary western sounds with a signature Pashtun rhythm. Whilst retaining the nostalgia of the original, music director Faakhir has managed to reform the tune into a festive romantic song with an intricate chord pattern, and free flowing music pieces featuring the accordion and Rubab amongst others, creating a beautifully euphoric track. #CokeStudio9

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5. Sahir Ali Bagga & Aima Baig, Baazi, Coke Studio Season 10, Episode 3.

Sahir Ali Bagga & Aima Baig, Baazi, Coke Studio Season 10, Episode 3.

Produced & Directed by Strings Music Directed by Sahir Ali Bagga

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9. Malang, Sahir Ali Bagga and Aima Baig, Coke Studio Season 11, Episode 5

Malang, Sahir Ali Bagga and Aima Baig, Coke Studio Season 11, Episode 5

#Malang is a modern adaption of a Saraiki folk classic in the earthy vocals of Sahir Ali Bagga and Aima Baig. With claps and bangs the song is relentlessly upbeat! #CokeStudio11

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10. Studio Lovin'

  • Published: 2011-01-21T11:43:25Z
  • By webizkidz
Studio Lovin'

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11. Aaqa, Abida Parveen & Ali Sethi, Episode 1, Coke Studio 9

Aaqa, Abida Parveen & Ali Sethi, Episode 1, Coke Studio 9

Aaqa, Abida Parveen & Ali Sethi, Episode 1, Coke Studio 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.

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