Coke Studio 6: Launch and Expectations

Umair Jaswal, Atif Aslam, Ayesha Omar, Zoe Viccaji and Sikandar Mufti

Coke Studio Season 6 - Artists

Finally after many ifs and buts, and a considerable amount of delay from its usual time slot, Coke Studio Season 6 once again returns with a promise to hit back even harder.

Last year there were even rumours that Coke Studio might not be happening at all but it was only 2 weeks ago when it got confirmed as the ‘press conference-cum-launch event’ for the season 6 was announced through invites to media fraternity.

Coke Studio Season 6 [Complete Artist List]

Coke Studio Season 6 Artists

Coke Studio Season 6 Launch

Coca-Cola Pakistan proudly announces the return of Pakistan’s most anticipated music platform, Coke Studio, at an acclaimed press conference where as sixth season of exciting talent, diverse musical influences and dynamic performances will be aired October 2013.

This years’ Coke Studio voyage will witness a fusion of Eastern, Western and regionally inspired music for which the platform has come to be renowned. However, this season goes deeper in its journey, exploring the international heritage of popular local music genres, tracing these global influences that have left an indelible impact on Pakistan’s national and cultural musical identity. To that end, Coke Studio’s cross-genre Pakistani musical talent will be joined by international musicians trained in both contemporary, and traditional instrumentation.

Adil Omar to Work with Apathy & Kool G Rap for his Debut Album

Pakistan’s only hardcore rapper, Adil Omar‘s debut studio album, “The Mushroom Cloud Effect” is in full effect. Adil is working and collaborating with as many international producers and rappers as he can to make his debut special. He recently announced that underground rapper and producer Apathy will be part of his album. The song he produced is called “Go Outside” and is conceptually one of the most powerful and haunting things Adil has done.

“Honored to have underground heavyweight Apathy as part of my album. Not only is he one of the best rappers out today, he’s also a very underrated producer as well. He produced a track called “Go Outside” for The Mushroom Cloud Effect which I’m having chills writing. This is one of my most haunting and powerful yet!”

The Mushroom Cloud Effect got even more exciting when Adil announced his collaboration with the “hip-hop godfather”, Kool G Rap.