American band Krewella collaborates with Asim Azhar for upcoming track

Pop singer's upcoming year seems to be quite rewarding

Entertainment Desk December 12, 2019

Singer and song writer Asim Azhar achieved yet another milestone right before the end of 2019. Turns out the pop artist is set to collaborate with American electronic dance music (EDM) band, Krewella for their upcoming track.

The song is called Paradise and it is the fifth song on Krewella’s upcoming album 'Zero'. This is also one of the very first collaborations between a Pakistani artist and American EDM band.

The band uploaded an album art along with the list of tracks on their Twitter. Featuring 11 songs, Azhar's name can be spotted in the album ahead of the fifth track.

The tweet said, "It feels unreal to announce this officially but our sophomore album "zer0" is coming out on January 31st. We tapped into some deeper emotional & cultural layers and grew closer to the process— we're so excited to share the journey with our krew."

Created by sisters Jahan and Yasmine Yousaf, Krewella was formed in 2007. The band’s music is an amalgamation of self-produced electro house and dubstep, with influences of many other EDM styles.

While popular singer Asim Azhar, recently became victim to a shoe controversy, after which he uploaded a video on his Instagram to clear the air. Many media outlets reported that a person from the crowd had thrown a shoe at Azhar during his performance, a low quality video of which was also circulating on social media. However, the singer revealed that it was just a cap.

Nevertheless, the album is scheduled to release on January 31, 2020.

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