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Aatish by Shuja Haider and Aima Baig in Coke Studio 11 Episode 4

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Shuja Haider & Aima Baig’s Aatish is a funk pop symphony that holds your attention with a catchy beat and whimsical melody in episode 4 of CokeStudio 11.

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)

 

Aatish, Shuja Haider and Aima Baig, Coke Studio Season 11, Episode 4

Shuja Haider & Aima Baig's #Aatish is a funk pop symphony that holds your attention with a catchy beat and whimsical melody! #CokeStudio11Produced & Directed by Zohaib Kazi and Ali HamzaLyrics byShuja HaiderComposed byShuja HaiderBacking VocalistShahab HussainWajiha NaqviMehr Qadir HousebandBabar Khanna (Dholak)Kami Paul (Drums)Kamran “Mannu” Zafar (Bass)Omran “Momo” Shafique (Guitars)Rufus Shahzad (Keyboards)

Posted by Coke Studio on Friday, August 31, 2018

 

BTS, Aatish, Shuja Haider and Aima Baig, Coke Studio Season 11, Episode 4

Go behind the scenes of #Aatish as Shuja Haider sings charismatically along with Aima Baig. #CokeStudio11Produced and directed by Zohaib Kazi and Ali Hamza.

Posted by Coke Studio on Wednesday, August 29, 2018

 

This season of Coke Studio intends to bring back a musical fusion of exciting elements and diverse influences, ranging from traditional Eastern, modern Western and regionally inspired music. Coke Studio Season 11 aims to introduce new genres and fusion where featured artists explore their heritage while showcasing their unique styles. The producers also aim to feature a wide array of languages and a multicultural sprawling list of artists, folklore and poetry from across Pakistan.

Indeed, Coke Studio endeavors to spread the message of hope, optimism, vibrancy and love through the music, moments, interactions, languages, artists, instruments, exploration and exchanges that Season 11 will represent. To this end, with Hum Dekhenge, Coke Studio reveals the following featured artists for Season 11: Abida Parveen, Abrar-ul-Haq, Ahad Raza Mir, Aima Baig, Ali Azmat, Ali Sethi, Amrina and Ariana, Asim Azhar, Asrar, Ataullah Esakhelvi, Bilal Khan, Chand Tara Orchestra, Elizabeth Rai, Fareed Ayaz, Abu Muhammad Qawal & Brothers, Gul Panra, Haniya Aslam, Hassan Jahangir, Humaira Arshad, Jawad Ahmad, Jimmy Khan, Khumariyaan, Lyari Underground Band, Mishal Khawaja, Momina Mustehsan, Mughal-e-Funk, Natasha Baig, Rachel Viccaji, Riaz Qadri and Ghulam Qadri, Sahir Ali Bagga, Sanwal Esakhelvi, Shamu Bai, Shuja Haider, Sounds of Kolachi, The Sketches, Throat Musicians Darehan Khan Maula Baksh, Shayan Maula Baksh and Mangal, Vishnu Arjun, Young Desi and Zarsanga. The season will also witness performances by the international EDM band Krewalla and for the first time Coke Studio celebrates trans-individuals Lucky and Naghma.

Season 11 also marks the return of the houseband, as reimagined by the producers, with Omran ‘Momo’ Shafique on acoustic and electric guitar, Babar Ali Khanna on dholak and percussions, Kamran ‘Mannu’ Zafar on bass, Kami Paul on drums and percussions and introduces Rufus Shahzad on keyboards. Joining the house band this season is Haniya Aslam as the first female house band member on Coke Studio. The season also features Shahab Hussain, Wajiha Naqvi and Mehr Qadir on backing vocals.

“This year’s journey of Coke Studio began with: ‘Coke Studio Explorer’ to discover music and stories from across Pakistan. As we move closer towards the launch of the Season 11 of the show, we couldn’t be more confident about the power of human stories coming together to form a bigger picture. With a three years’ tradition of doing artist reveals with a track which inspire the ‘Pakistaniat’ in all of us – there couldn’t be a better choice for a track than: Hum Dekhenge – A song by sung the people of Pakistan, for the people of Pakistan! In its 11th year, we aim to showcase the diverse cultures and languages across all provinces without the boundaries that bound us to celebrate who we are, where we are and what we are – on Coke Studio”. said the producers, Ali Hamza and Zohaib Kazi.

 

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