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.
Be Myself does a good job of talking about how you can’t run from your demons and escape from your insecurities.
Hasan Raheem’s singing style is a bit cool, low-key, the opposite of loud.
New kid on the block Khan might just be an artist waiting to be discovered by a bigger platform.
The popstar had two back-to-back releases on two major platforms and both songs caused quite a stir online.
Collaborating with talent from Balochistan that specialises in throat singing, Chaap Trance is likely to catch you off guard
“It feels nice to finally be showcased because I’ve been showcasing artists my whole life."
Shamoon Ismail, Abdullah Siddiqui, Zoha Zuberi and Saba Jaswal are only a few of the names that have jumped on the bandwagon.