Coke Studio released the third episode of Season 12, including Chal Raha Hoon by Umair Jaswal, Mubarik by Banur’s Band and Atif Aslam, and Aadam by Fareed Ayaz and Abu Muhammad with Humnawa, on November 8, 2019.
The third scene is unmistakably the best so distant from the season that is being delivered by Rohail Hyatt. The three tracks discharged in this scene are extraordinary and infectious in their very own design.
You furrow to Atif Aslam and Banur’s Balochi wedding song of praise as a lot of you feel Umair Jaswal’s misfortune track.
Umair Jaswal returns to the anguish of losing somebody you’ve treasured for long in his melody Chal Raha Hoon.
Composed during Umair’s college years, Chal Raha Hoon streams among pain and expectation, talking about the obscurity that pursues the finish of a relationship.
Commending the rich connection among music and wedding celebrations, Mubarik comes to us in the one of a kind shades of the Baloch culture, performed by Atif Aslam and Banur.
The verses are basic and ardent and a blend of two parts of Balochi verse and music: haalo and naazek.
A melody of festivity, the naazek part of Mubarik commends and praises the lady and husband on their big day.
Fareed Ayaz and Abu Muhammad play out the tale of humanity’s inborn association with music with Aadam, a piece by Hazrat Amir Khusrow that has been passed on to them through Sufi custom. The piece, as exhibited by the pair, unites three couplets and two taranas communicating the heritage of music in the Sufi custom just as the aggregate human legacy.