Diplo to perform in Pakistan next year

The Grammy winner last came to Pakistan in 2016, when he performed in Islamabad


Umnia Shahid December 22, 2017
PHOTO: EDM NATIONS

DENVER, COLORADO, US: Sit tight music enthusiasts because American DJ and record producer Diplo is all set to return to Pakistan next year. Yes, you read that right!

The Lean On hitmaker has announced that he will be coming back to Pakistan to perform in one of the parties, which will also proudly feature SNKM.

Taking to his Twitter handle, Diplo posted a video and said, "What's up Pakistan? This is Diplo! We're bringing Mad Decent Block Party (MDBP) to you early in February 2018! Details coming out pretty soon!"



And Pakistanis can't wait!

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The Grammy winner last came to Pakistan in 2016, when he performed in Islamabad.

Amidst SNKM's individual projects, both Omar and Qureshi confirm that there is more to look forward to from SNKM as a band and production/songwriting duo in 2018 following their performance at MDBP Pakistan.

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Adil Omar announced on Twitter that he will be releasing his self produced solo debut album 'Transcendence' in 2018:


https://twitter.com/Adil_Omar/status/943166186501615618


Talal Qureshi was recently in the studio with Naseebo Lal and Younis Jani for an upcoming solo project with Patari and Red Bull:

https://twitter.com/talalqureshi/status/941339029131399168

The full artist lineup and city for the party will be announced on January 3rd.

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Krewella, however, has postponed their concert in Pakistan due to unforeseen circumstances. A separate date for Krewella will be announced soon.

"Pakistan Krew. Our show in December has been postponed until further notice. We're SO sorry that we won't be able to see you this year. please stay tuned for updates. Shukria! Jahan & Yasmine."

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