The best Pakistani music industry had to offer
Maestro’s next project expected to be a travelogue featuring natural sounds and international musicians
Impeccably dressed, brimming with talent, these male singers defined fashion at Coke Studio 8
While India has boundless talent, there is no doubt that for certain kind of sound and melody, it has look to Pakistan
First two episodes eclipse the entire fifth season of its Pakistani counterpart.
Rohail Hyatt saved the better numbers for the final episode of season five.
The recent episode gives listener three tracks they are bound to remember.
Indians choose use their talent to create purely popular music, because that is what they are paid big money for.
Episode 2 of ‘Coke Studio’ celebrates folk tunes.
Musician Hamayoon Khan discusses the state of the Pashto music industry.
Rapper Bohemia talks about working in Pakistan.
The show’s latest season opens on a low note.
Atif Aslam, Bilal Khan and Meesha Shafi make a comeback. New artists include SYMT, Overload, Tahir Mithu.
The one performer that stood out for quiet sex appeal and sophisticated cool was Bilal Khan.
How “Coke Studio @ MTV” ventures into qawwali, compared to Pakistan’s version.