Asim Azhar releases new track with EDM duo Krewella

The singer also penned an elaborate apology for disappointing his fans with the PSL anthem

Entertainment Desk February 01, 2020

Popular singer and songwriter, Asim Azhar, has just released his new track with the American EDM band, Krewella. The singer had announced his overseas collaboration in December 2019, adding that the track was in the making. Following this, Azhar posted a Youtube link of his song on Twittter on Friday, January 31, titled Paradise. 

The English track seems pretty catchy with Azhar's part making its way in after one minute and a half minute. The pop artist continues to sing in English ending off with one line in Punjabi. Aside from the lyrics however, the sound does not seem to be anything out of the ordinary, seeming fit for an everyday party anthem.

It is the fifth song on Krewella's latest album Zer0. This is also one of the very first collaborations between a Pakistani artist and American EDM band. Krewella also posted their latest album on Twitter, along with a video featuring the concept behind all the songs. The video starts off with welcoming its viewers to the new era.

The band had uploaded an album art along with the list of tracks on their Twitter early in December. Featuring 11 songs, Azhar’s name popped up ahead of the fifth track.

The tweet said, “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.

Azhar was also a part of the new PSL anthem that came out last week, along with Ali Azmat, Haroon Rasheed, Arif Lohar and Zulfi. The released track failed to impress the majority, following which the singer penned an elaborate apology for his fans.

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