Adil Omar To Represent Pakistan At This Year’s Red Bull Music Academy Bass Camp in Dubai

Adil Omar

The Red Bull Music Academy Bass Camp Dubai will unite Academy lecturers like American hip hop producer Just Blaze, electronic musician Derrick May, world renowned UK producer Gareth Jones, Grammy-nominated dance music guru Kenny Dope, and DJ Gerd Janson, with 32 of the region’s most prominent instrumentalists, vocalists, DJs & producers, giving them the chance to immerse themselves in all things musical.

Adil OmarAdil Omar, Pakistan’s prominent English Rapper, will be representing the country at this year’s Red Bull Music Academy Bass Camp in Dubai. Adil Omar (born May 17, 1991) is a rapper and

Adil Omar Reveal ‘The Mushroom Cloud Effect’ Artwork + Tracklist

The Mushroom Cloud Effect‘ is the awaited upcoming debut album from Pakistani rapper and singer-songwriter Adil Omar due to be released this year in 2012. Adil Omar who was initially discovered via Myspace by Cypress Hill’s B-Real in 2008 has since been featured on various releases and slowly generating buzz and momentum internationally. ‘The Mushroom Cloud Effect’ has already spawned two singles, “Off The Handle” which came out last year, and the widely covered “Paki Rambo” which has been featured on BBC, The New York Times, The Huffington Post and many other news outlets. ‘The Mushroom Cloud Effect’ features Adil Omar’s own brand of experimental rock, electronic and industrial inspired rap music as well as hard hitting hip-hop tracks

Adil Omar ft. B-Real, Sick Jacken & Young De – One by One [Sindustry Mix]

Adil Omar ft. B-Real, Sick Jacken & Young De – One by One [Download Audio]

Artists: Adil Omar ft. B-Real, Sick Jacken & Young De

Song: One by One [Sindustry Mix]

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This is the Sindustry mix / NON-album version to “One by One” by Adil Omar, B-Real of Cypress Hill, Sick Jacken of Psycho Realm and Young De of Audio Hustlaz. Order of verses is Young De, Sick Jacken, Adil Omar and B-Real.

The original hip-hop version is produced by Traumah and will be featured on Adil Omar’s upcoming debut album ‘The Mushroom Cloud Effect‘ which hits stores in 2012 and also features Xzibit, Everlast, Kool G Rap and Hard Target with production from Read More

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.

Adil Omar to work with DJ Lethal of Limp Bizkit

Adil Omar to work with DJ Lethal of Limp Bizkit / House of Pain

Adil Omar to work with DJ Lethal of Limp Bizkit / House of PainAfter working with one of the top producers and DJs for his debut album, Pakistan’s most prominent rapper, Adil Omar will soon be seen collaborating with a turntablist and producer Leor Dimant, better known as DJ Lethal, best known as a member of an American Nu metal band Limp Bizkit, and formerly a member of the Irish-American-influenced hip hop group House of Pain on his untitled debut album, coming in 2012.

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As we mentioned earlier, Adil will also be working with the award winning producer Farid Karam Nassar, better known as FredWreck who has worked with Snoop Dogg, Dr. Dre, Eminem, Cypress Hill, 50 Cent, Britney Spears, Justin Bieber, Hilary Duff, The Doors, Xzibit, Everlast aka Whitey Ford and more.

The Pakistan America Peace Through Music Project

July 28, 2010
Pakistan America Peace Through Music Project

The Pakistan America Peace Through Music Project
A Musical Journey to Peace, Freedom and Understanding
(A Collaboration of The Sonic Peace Makers and SHINE HUMANITY)

Pakistan America Peace Through Music Project


Mention Pakistan today and what comes to the minds of most Americans is terrorism, poverty, and hopelessness. That’s all they see in the news. But Pakistan also has one of the world’s most diverse and rich cultures, equaled only by its spectacular natural beauty as home to part of Kashmir, the Khyber Pass and high mountain peaks like K2. Once upon a time in the not so distant past, Texan gun enthusiasts brought their prized antique revolvers to Peshawar’s gun smiths to make copies, actor Robert DeNiro posed for pictures with restaurant owners while vacationing in Chitral, and Mick Jagger tested his dance skills with Lahore’s most well-known Mujra dancers. And many of Pakistan’s greatest musicians and singers like Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan regularly collaborated with their counterparts in Europe and America such as Peter Gabriel and Pearl Jam’s Eddie Vedder.

Adil Omar – Pakistani rapper making waves


I’ve never been a fan of rap music and I was skeptical about a Pakistani rapper. Always having considered pretty Asian boys crooning English music as asinine entertainment for example, I didn’t know what to expect from Adil Omar. I wasn’t even sure what I would ask him, but when he forwarded his ‘myspace’ profile I couldn’t help but prowl through it with curiosity.

Avoiding listening to his songs at first, I started reading the comments on his walls that had messages such as ‘new song is dope’ riddled by rap fans.