Coke Studio 10 launches itself with National Anthem

6 months ago Saeeda Amina 0

Coke Studio 10 launched on 11th August of 2017 with an interpretation of the National Anthem. While that might not have collected the response on it had sought after, the main scene, propelled on the first episode, constituting of four songs, certainly gained a considerable measure of buzz.

Coke Studio 10 Danyal Zafar and Momina Mustehsan
Momina Mustehsan and Danyal Zafar

In maybe the most star-studded season of the hit music show, the first episode included musicians like Shafqat Amanat Ali, Ahmed Jahanzeb, Momina Mustehsan and Ali Zafar’s debutante sibling Danyal among others.

The launch held on August 11, saw every one of the stars and the Coke Studio 10 team grace the occasion, alongside makers Strings. The band members Faisal Kapadia and Bilal Maqsood shared how hectic the shooting and recording procedure of songs was. “They are recorded in one take. Whatever you see is all being shot immediately with 21 cameras shooting at the same time,” said Kapadia, including that the measure of work that team members put into the procedure was immense.

Coke Studio 10 is started with the national anthem the National Anthem. When the national anthem just came out producers were awestruck as it was not expected.

Coke Studio 10 dispatches itself with the National Anthem. Maqsood shared the procedure included three phases. “The principal stage is choosing what melodies would be highlighted. The second stage rotates around the specialists going in the sticking room and building and recreating them,” he said. The third part was the point at which the artists conveyed their own exceptional vibe to the tracks and the recording stage.

There were four tracks which were played in the first episode of season 10. Allahu Akbar by Shafqat and Jahanzeb, Chaa Rahi Kaali Ghata by Hina Nasrullah and Amanat Ali, Muntazir by Danyal Zafar and Momina Mustehsan, and Ranjish Hi Sahi by Ali Sethi, in tribute to Mehdi Hasan.

Out of all, Allahu Akbar got the most appreciation for its perfect organization by Shuja Haider. After delivery Khaki Banda – apparently, the best melody of 2016 – Jahanzeb comes back with this lovely hand. His vocals pound well with the Khamaaj hitmaker – the sort of vitality the two bring is unparalleled. With numerous contending the declining principles of Coke Studio, its tracks like Allahu Akbar that remind us why the show could is the ‘Sound of the Nation.’