The Launch of Cornetto Music Icons (Event Pictures)

April 29, 2013
Adnan Perdeysi

Bilal, Shahi, Ahmed Butt, Meesha, Alamgir, Ali Azmat & Faisal KapadiaKARACHI: In collaboration with some of the most renowned artists of the Pakistan music industry, Cornetto, the most popular frozen dessert brand amongst the Pakistani youth, is bringing a fresh music platform, the Cornetto Music Icons. Cornetto Music Icons began airing on 28th April 2013, with one episode every week. The show aims to pick the best of the wellspring of the new vocal talent from the Pakistani youth and mould them into future icons through a 10 episode TV show on the ARY Network and PTV starting end April 2013.

Dil Dil (Naya) Pakistan?

Vital-Junoon (1)

So finally after almost a decade, the super stars from the past have made a come back, although this re-union might be just for a single song, but as of now they have surely created a lot of buzz with their recent track, some terming it as a unique occurrence in the history of Pakistani music.

Ladies and Gentlemen, this is “Naya Pakistan” featuring few of the most renowned pop icons from the past, Salman Ahmad, Shahi Hassan, Nusrat Hussain, and last but not the least, Junaid Jamshed. And together they have been titled as Vital-Junoon.

Founding Members of Vital Signs Get Together After Years | Naya Pakistan Promo

January 30, 2013
Junaid Jamshed, Salman Ahmad, Nusrat Hussain & Shahi Hasan at IWM Studio (2)

So there is something big cooking up in a studio of Karachi these days. And this is certainly going to be huge once it gets out of the stores.

It is reported that some of the musical legends of our industry namely Salman Ahmad, Shahi Hasan, Nusrat Hussain and none other than Junaid Jamshed, are together gearing up for release of a new single named as “Naya Pakistan”. This track will most probably be a patriotic number but the most important thing which is causing the excitement among the music fans is the re-union of these pop giants from the past.

Top Pakistani Covers From 2011 (Part 2 of 2)

Top Pakistani Covers From 2011 Part 2

By Mutee 

As the music industry adapts to the changing mechanics of the world, we see increased artistic output and an even greater reception. Instead of record companies, the artists are turning to sponsors and the trend of cover songs is gaining momentum. Cover songs are a great way to show off your skills and pay tribute to your heroes, but it wasn’t a very common practice until very recently. So in order to keep you more updated on this developing phenomenon here is Koolmuzone’s list of Top Pakistani Covers From 2011.