Faris Shafi and Talal Qureshi’s ‘Vitamin D’ dropped like ‘munh pe chapair’ and netizens can’t keep calm

Faris Shafi and Talal Qureshi’s ‘Vitamin D’ dropped like ‘munh pe chapair’ and netizens can’t keep calm

Comparing haters to plastic wrappers that belong in garbage canisters? People can relate.
28 Jul, 2022

It’s not every day Faris Shafi drops a new song but when he does, he’s got everyone’s attention, especially the attention of netizens who have been raving about his latest track ‘Vitamin D’.

Shafi, in collaboration with Talal Qureshi, dropped ‘Vitamin D’ on Wednesday that saw both him and the music producer in a very 2011 setup and colour grading with powerful lyrics, as always. His latest song seems to be a diss track for other rappers in the industry.

People on Twitter want the whole album already.

The line “aap ke munh pe chapair hai (a slap in your face)” is something users love, even if the song is “vitamin D deficient”.

When’s the concert, though?

One user thought that Shafi would stop after ‘Ye Dunya’, a Coke Studio song featuring him, Talha Anjum and Karakoram. “I mean how can you drop your finest art like this man. He is literally like Sadequain on the beat,” they wrote.

Another said Shafi’s rhymes always catch them “off-guard”, especially him rhyming “Vitamin D with rap di mandi”.

People really felt the song.

The song itself was a source of Vitamin D for this user.

Another user just wants everyone to stop focusing on politics and start focusing on Faris Shafi’s music.

The singer is on a roll this year with hit after hit with two songs a part of Coke Studio — ‘Ye Dunya’ and a collaboration really fans wanted — ‘Muaziz Sarif’ featuring his sister Meesha Shafi.

Six months later he dropped single ‘HUM’, another rap song with an upbeat tune that had everyone talking. Since its release, ‘Vitamin D’ has racked up 41,420 views on YouTube.


Asma Jul 28, 2022 12:44pm
This song is filled with cuss words (F word all over the place). Not sure why that isn’t mentioned in the article, at least as a warning to users who might click on the link. It is highly inappropriate. Whoever thinks they are cool by using foul language have some serious complexes to deal with. Do we really want our kids to be walking around talking like that? Quite disappointing and quite uncool.
Amir Sultan Jul 28, 2022 01:15pm
This is bottom tier even amongst Pakistani rappers.
Iqbal Bhai Jul 28, 2022 01:38pm
Why do they have to use vulgar language in rap songs? It can be done with decency.
Daredevil Jul 28, 2022 02:50pm
The bitter but true speaker.
M Emad Jul 28, 2022 05:03pm
55% Pakistani people suffer from high rate of Vitamin-D deficiency.
Charles Jul 28, 2022 07:00pm
I don't know why everyone gives these people credit. Talal Qureshi copies music from other artists and Faris Shafi just tries to be a ghetto-style gangster
Zulfiqar Jul 28, 2022 09:12pm
@Iqbal Bhai it’s a classic case of attention seeking personality
yasir Jul 29, 2022 12:12am
@Charles Really? Can you list what he copied? Do you even know for how long he has been working? It is because of him that Electronic music got the attention in the past decade. Go listen to his discography.
Haseeb Jul 29, 2022 05:44am
This one belongs in the garbage.
Tariq Jul 29, 2022 07:19am
Use of foul language and indecent words can't be appreciated.....such songs should be banned and such singers should be behind the bars
Tariq Jul 29, 2022 07:20am
@Asma fully agreed