The MV features Aslam and Khan as lovelorn strangers, giving viewers a throwback to when the two co-starred in the movie Bol.
The British band displayed photos and videos during a concert in the US to honour the late drummer who passed away in August.
The album features collaborations with Hasan Raheem, Talhah Yunus, Talha Anjum and Annural.
The song, featuring Gul Panra and Fortitude Pukhtoon Core, celebrates the "vibrant culture, values and bravery" of the Pashtuns.
The band's strengths are their vocals delivered in ghazal mode, mixed with jazzy interplays between the band’s talented musicians.
The song celebrates the colourful, modern, post-colonial and vibrant South Asian aesthetic through both its music and music video.
The singer shared a little 'weekend surprise' with his fans and dropped the first teaser for his new song.
He announced the release of his 'sonically explorative' album on Instagram.
The film is about a father who won't stop at anything to make his daughter happy.
It looks like Azhar and Maqsood were working on something before they casually broke into some of our favourite songs.
The song has a Simon and Garfunkel vibe and is a testament to the fact that the band can and should write more songs in Urdu.
Olivia Rodrigo was awarded best new artist and the Foo Fighters were presented with the Global Icon Award.
The group recently reunited to release their first new music since 1982.
The song mixes Urdu, English and Punjabi lyrics and features a cameo from our favourite anonymous content creator, Swineryy.
The MV is packed with catchy beats, English rap and some killer dance moves.
His newest track 'Introduction' might indicate that he plans on putting out a much-awaited album but we'll have to wait and see.
The original MV stars Sonya Hussyn and Mohsin Abbas Haider as star-crossed lovers and was produced for singer Shani Arshad.
The song has been produced by Abdullah Siddiqui and the teaser features model Eman Suleman.
The song celebrates the heroes of the Pakistan Air Force who fought for the country during the 1965 war.
His newest release 'Iraday' uses beautiful Urdu metaphors to describe love and dealing with complex emotions.
The members of the group are all in their 70s now and will be reuniting for the first time since they parted ways in 1982.
What is it that we so like about this tune? Perhaps how it relights our belief in hope and positivity.