Music Review: Coke Studio's Episode 6 is all about romance and Sufi fusion lyrics, OST title song mp3 download, cast, timings, drama review, written update (source: hipinpakistan)
With a unique mix of elongated falsettos, intricate soulful fusions, and enthralling celeb appearances, which could only be attributed to Pakistan’s favourite music show, another episode of Coke Studio has hit the waves amidst great response. However, has the episode maintained the quality seen in last week’s episode or does it once again let its fans down? Read with HIP, as we explore whether episode 6 of Season 9 manages to stand its ground.
Tera Woh Pyar (Nawazishein Karam) –Momina Mustehsan and Asim Azhar
Being the only vocalist to perform three tracks this season, with an interesting trio of music producers, Momina Mustehsan has returned once again with Asim Azhar for ‘Tera Woh Pyar’ in a romantic ballad of epic proportions. Originally sung by Shuja Haider, the song features him as the music director, which he executes with utmost perfection as the mellifluous vocals of Mustehsan compliments Azhar’s husky crooning in perfect harmony. Packed full of emotions, the track is truly this episode’s delight that doesn’t need to be missed out on.
Lagi Bina/Chal Mele Noon Challiye –Saieen Zahoor and Sanam Marvi
Returning after a hiatus from Coke Studio, Saieen Zahoor’s appearance with the soulful Sanam Marvi already had us excited! However, it was the rendition of Waris Shah’s Kalaam in ‘Lagi Bina’ that transforms this track into absolute perfection. In what could only be defined as an ethereal fusion of strong vocals and equally scintillating tunes, the track reminds us of the eternal beauty of the music platform. With music direction by Jaffer Zaidi, the song manages to create a striking fusion between Sindhi dialects and Punjabi, which surely leaves one in awe, thanks to Marvi’s hauntingly powerful vocals.
Anokha Laadla –Basit Ali and Damia Farooq
If there is one song this season, which managed to transport us to the era of hit black and white era cult classics, it was ‘Anokha Laadla’. Creating an aura of nostalgia that surely left us spellbound, the song by Basit Ali and Damia Farooq commenced on a unique note. However, for anyone, who like us, believed this track would be a sweet symphony, had a surprise waiting, as the song is unfortunately quite a subpar fusion. Written by Raees Farough, the duet ends up transforming into a lacklustre combination that could have been better. While the song disappoints, we would still listen to it for the enthralling vocals that kept us captivated.
Meri Meri –Rizwan Butt and Sara Haider
In yet another rendition of a Kalaam this episode, ‘Meri Meri’ by Sara Haider and Rizwan Butt perfectly captures the essence of Bulleh Shah’s poetry in a Sufi track and truly create magic. Complimenting each other’s vocals, Haider creates a thrilling aura as her vocal range matches Butt’s attention-grabbing voice. However, it is their mix of country western and Sufi style that makes the song one fusion, which we wouldn’t mind listening to on a loop! That being said, we still wished we could hear more of Haider’s vocals in the song, which already left us enthralled since her debut last year with ‘Ae Dil‘ alongside Ali Zafar!
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