8 Terrific Things I Loved at the White Musk Smoky Rose Launch

December 10, 2013

White Musk Smoky Rose Launch

Many outsiders take Islamabad as a boring city, many think that the people are not lively and they don’t know much about any or everything related to party & events or concerts. But 5th of December marked a night filled with sensation, excitement and fragrance. The Body Shop in Centaurus Mall launched their new fragrance called ‘White Musk Smoky Rose’ and showcased it in front of a wide audience.

Saima Azhar held the shiny bottle of eau de toilette as spot light fixed on her then she opened the bottle and sprayed it around and suddenly a wonderful aroma spread in the surrounding. Also lights changed colors and Islamabad witnessed a shift in the style of product launch ceremonies. A new style and method has hit the capital and hopefully other cities will follow it.

Osama Com Laude feat. Maria Fatima Unera Qureshi – I’m Zoning (Download Audio)

Osama Com Laude feat. Maria Unera – I’m Zoning (Download Audio)

Artists: Osama Com Laude feat. Maria Fatima Unera Qureshi

Song: I’m Zoning

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The first single off of OCL’s upcoming EP “No Beat Is Safe”. It features Islamabad’s Maria Fatima Unera Qureshi on the hook & the bridge. The track is produced by Malaysian resident Huz and mixed/mastered by Shaheer Shahid.

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CityFM89 celebrates World Music Day across the country (Pictures)

On Friday, the 22nd of June 2012, CityFM89 celebrated World Music Day in Karachi, Lahore and Islamabad simultaneously. 20 up and coming Pakistani bands performed in the three cities.

The Karachi event took place at Port Grand. Khalid Malik of The Breakfast Show on CityFM89 hosted the evening. The show started off with Hassan Hussain performing Pakistani pop classics and his original single “Rangeen Raat” Up next was 7 on 3rd, fronted by Gibran Nasir, who performed covers of popular songs such as Adele’s Rolling In The Deep and Vital Signs’ ‘Dil Dil Pakistan.’