Song for Pakistan Resolution Day:

Coke Studio currently released Ao Ehad Karain for the upcoming Pakistan Resolution Day. The song gives the message of hope, harmony, and celebration of young, arising talent. The tune had 117,948 views just in 18 hours after launch on YouTube.

It reflects the variety of Pakistan; the music video is a fresh take of our traditions. From great mountains to the depth of the blue oceans, Mughal design to beach sunsets. The video includes the best of Pakistan’s talented artists.

Multiple talented artists

Coke Studio song highlights Ali Hamza, Shammu Bai, Zahab Hussain, Young Stunners, Sadaat Shafqat Amanat Ali, Farwa Batool, Kashif Din, Zaw Ali, Mehek Ali, Vishnu Saagar, Nabiha Saleem, Rida Batool, Surtaal Academy, Adnan Dhool, Mehek Ali, Saad Ahmed, Nimra Rafique, and Haroon Shahid.

Song took four months to complete

Ali Hamza creates a coke Studio song. The track includes an assorted number of performers from various classes to re-make Pakistan’s legendary national pieces. It has different makers and 75 on-board, so it took four months to complete.

Coke Studio Ao Ehad Karain starts on a thoughtful note with Wattan Ki Mitti, Gawah Rehna in Saadat Shafqat, and Zaw Ali’s voices.

Powerful verses of Allama Iqbal’s poetry

The great and powerful verses are followed by a famous recitation of Sir Allama’s poetry by Hamza. The track moves onto the rap sensation Young Stunners, who give one more outstanding performance with the words of Iqbal.

The track takes a turn towards a young singer from Gilgit-Baltistan that has re-make the song Itnay Baray Jeevan Saagar Mein. Then Shamu Bai and Vishnu the Sindhi sibling duo. All artists and the marching band meet up in an ideal union in Mera Paigham, Pakistan, for ending.

Hamza said Coke Studio Ao Ehad Karain is a journey through time and feeling. It begins thoughtful, thinking back to when the Pakistan Resolution was passed on March 23, 1940. It then moves up and down, similar to history has and life does: questions, clashes, resolution, restoration, and afterward, celebrating a fresh start at the turn of a new decade, 2021.

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