Zoheb Hassan to release new album ‘Signature’

Published: June 23, 2017
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KARACHI  : Renowned Pakistani singer Zoheb Hassan is all set to release a brand new album titled Signature which is being billed as a collection of some of his best works, stated a press release.

The Disco Deewane hit-maker has collaborated with UK-based music director DJ Swami for the new project, who has previously worked with international artists like Apache Indian, Stereo Nation and Shania Twain. Imran ‘Immu’ Momina of Fuzon has also composed three tracks on Signature.

Arguably the most exciting song on the album is the Nazia-Zoheb Dance Mix, which includes the last track Zoheb’s late sister, Pakistani pop icon Nazia Hassan, sang. Nazia had sung alternate versions of hits such as Koi Nahi, Disco Deewane and Boom Boom – all three of which have been incorporated in Signature.

Shayan Agha has directed the videos for the first two tracks Sassein Meri and Silsalay.

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Zoheb burst into the limelight with songs such as Dosti and Chehra. To date, the singer has received 12 gold, four platinum and two double platinum discs in his career. He is also the recipient of a Lifetime Achievement Award from the United Nations Association of Pakistan and an award from Oxford University for Achievements in the field of South Asian Music.

Signature demonstrates Zoheb’s vocal range through classic ballads like Silsalay and modern dance tracks like Kabhi Kabhi. “The album revolves around my experiences and all that my family and I have experienced over the last 10 years or so,” Zoheb shared.

Besides music videos, Signature includes a special documentary showing Zoheb and the producers at work in the recording studio. Some of the tracks are also featured in an upcoming feature film on Nazia and Zoheb’s life, which is presently under production.

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