The song uses three couplets from Hafeez Hoshiarpuri's famous ghazal but is entirely Aftab's.
'Prelude to a Murder' is a soft, beautiful acoustic number that harks back to Shahzad Noor’s work with the Poor Rich Boys.
The song is nearly perfect in itself but it's a very typical sound for the band.
'5am' and 'Hico' are two very interesting yet diverse tracks.
'Darr' and 'Aarzu' aren't his best works but they're definitely listenable.
It showcases her rapping along with Zahra Paracha’s production wizardry.
One gets the impression that this song is trying too hard to be too many things at the same time.
The song is about that moment in a relationship where one partner feels taken for granted, almost ignored.
The songs were released at the same time but are very different.
The only similarity between his newest release 'Kahien Main Khirrki' and first hit 'Dil Khirrki' are their names.
His music has no pop, retro or EDM sounds, but Suhail does the kind of work live music aficionados would hold sacred.
The song is about grief being a part of the human condition, and how life goes on no matter what.
Banur’s Band is committed to showcasing indigenous music from Balochistan and has done so with its latest release 'Laili'.
The song showcases his progression as an artist and is worth putting on repeat.
The song has a haunting, almost eerie, quality.
The track is about the push-and-pull of toxic relationships.
Of late, it feels like Ali Hamza has been finding his own musical voice, separate from the band he formed with his brother, Noori.
'Video Game' communicates a dark unease at the start, with a distorted violin sounding a sinister alarm at the back.
“Mera Nahin Hai is a song that talks about fighting through the societal pressures faced by all of us in our lives."
The song is not an instant hit, it’ll take its time to grow and will carve a place for itself in Pakistani pop music's history.