Uzair, who started his career at the age of 19, was able to get himself recognized in the Pakistani music industry in a very small period of time. Some of his famous tracks are “Tere Bin”, “Jaanvey”, “Bolay” and “Yaheen”. His song “Nindiya Ke Paar”, featured in Coke Studio, became a huge success, multiplying his fan base exponentially. He was the youngest singer of Coke Studio Pakistan at the moment.
Adding to his versatile talent, he branched out into acting. He has acted in three Pakistani movies, Gol Chakkar, Slackistan and Jalaibee. Jaswal made his entry in Bollywood with playback singing in the film Ek Paheli Leela in 2015. He sang the track “Tere Bin Nahi Laage”, which was a remade version of his earlier hit, “Tere Bin”.
Maya started writing songs with Eduard Carcota while during his studies at the Bucharest Conservatory, and one of their compositions became an entry in the 2006 Eurovision Song Contest. This early success helped Maya to collaborate with a number of Romania’s prominent producers, receiving credits on recordings by Costi Ionita, Cassa Loco, Marius Nedelcu, and Blaxy Girls. Maya himself became a successful producer with the album Fără lacrimi (“No Tears”) by Akcent, which got a number of hits in Europe. Maya joined with Eldar Mansurov and Vika Jigulina to make “Stereo Love,” the first single released under his name. The song emerged as a big hit in Romania, entered in the Top Ten in 16 other countries and attracted over 50 million views on YouTube.
Maya released his second single “This Is My Life,” in 2010 another YouTube favorite featuring Jigulina, as well as his first album, called Stereo Love. To facilitate his career and provide opportunities for other artists, Maya founded his own record label, Mayavin Records. Maya threw his third single “Desert Rain,” with Jigulina in early 2011 which reached Top Ten in the Czech Republic while “Friends Forever” followed in mid-2012. Maya’s second album “The Stereo Love Show” was introduced in 2013 which featured another popular single “Mono in Love”.
Rhythm Dhol Bass was founded to introduce to audiences around the world a new genre of music fusing different styles of music and genres together and tying it all with South Asian influences. Each member of Rhythm Dhol Bass is a passionate performer and entertainer who has worked along with several celebrity singers and actors not only in the East but also in the West. Akshay Kumar, Saif Ali Khan, Snoop Dogg, Ludacris, T-Pain, Public Enemy are only a small number of them.
From millions of viewers to internationally televised shows, to sellout Rhythm Dhol Bass performances around the world, their unique style has no doubt struck a chord with great number of music lovers in the east and west.The music is innovative and goes with deep meaningful lyrics along with hook lines and anthem-like tunes that mix across genres. Rhythm Dhol Bass has made a global fan base of millions from all ages and backgrounds since its initial release in 2001.
RDB has worked hard to become leading South Asian singers and entertainers. They have performed almost in all parts of the world. They have visited United Kingdom, Belgium,Germany, Austria, Norway and Denmark in Europe. They have staged shows in Pakistan, India, Malaysia, Qatar, Indonesia and Hong Kong as well. Their popularity is not only among the public but they have been on various charts, tv and radio channels.
Their popularity is reflected from the fact that over 250,000 CDs of their debut album were sold in 2001 and 500,000 units of their second album were sold in Pakistan and India. BBC Asian Network classed RDB hits as the biggest bhangra tracks of all time and featured 10 RDB tracks on top 10 lists. RDB has topped the charts on Mirchi Radio (India), BBC Asian Network, RED FM (India), Big FM (India) and City 1016 FM (Dubai) multiple times. “Om Mangalam” remained No.1 on B4U Independent Charts list for 7 weeks. They have been No. 1 on Channel Punjab for 2 weeks and in Sony TV Top 20 for 2 weeks.
Whenever a global artist comes to Lahore, Pakistani youngsters and adults give a response to its full brim. These shows become the only source of amusement to relief their daily busy life. This news will be like a puff of fresh air that world famous BHANGRA KING SurjRDB (Surjeet Singh) is coming to Lahore to perform at Concordia Music Parade 1.0. This event is being organized by Concordia Colleges in collaboration with PMR and Hallmark International Events & Media Services.
After the demise of Kuldeep Ral due to brain tumor in 2012 and exit of Manjeet Ral who wants to pursue solo career, RDB has taken it on himself to continue the working of RDB and lead the team from front. Some of their studio albums are Sounds of the North, Rhythm Dhol Bass and Unstoppable released in 2002 and 2003 respectively. Some of their famous songs are, Rafta Rafta”, “Singh is Kinng”, “Akhian”, “Paisa Paisa”, “Manak-E ft RDB” and “Om Mangalam”.
Atif Aslam (conceived Muhammad Atif Aslam) is a Pakistani artist and film on-screen character. He has recorded various graph topping songs and is known for his vocal belting technique. He was pronounced the most well known craftsman on Saavn (an Indian music gushing administration) in 2013, trailed by Arijit Singh, A. R. Rahman, Shreya Ghoshal, and Mohit Chauhan. Atif is the most youthful beneficiary of Tamgha-e-Imtiaz, a Pakistani non military personnel enrichment. Atif Aslam, subsequent to leaving Jal, discharged another performance collection, Jal Pari (signifying “Mermaid”) which was a major hit. The tunes Woh Lamhey, Dil Haarey and few others were hits on both Pakistani radio stations and music channels.
Bollywood chief Mahesh Bhatt called Atif Aslam to look for his agree to incorporate “Woh Lamhey” in the soundtrack of his new movie, Zeher (2005). The tune (particularly the remix rendition) turned into a hit. Aslam’s work on the motion picture Race, was named for the Filmfare Award. Taking after sold out shows all through his nation, the interest to watch Atif Aslam perform live developed over the world. He started to visit globally with exhibitions in the US and Canada with RDB and Annie Khalid. Atif then made his performance debut show in New Jersey in Summer Beats 2008 (that additionally included Kailash Kher, Richa Sharma and Amanat Ali) at Sovereign Bank Arena. After a sold out show in New Jersey, Atif came back with his band and extraordinary visitors to Queens Colden Center, New York to perform on 2 July 2010. Taking over the generation, Atif delivered the occasion with uncommon sound and light plan to bolster his show. His motion picture introduction was the 2010 social show Bol, which was the one of the most astounding earning Pakistani movies ever.
On 22 April 2012 Atif Aslam turned into the primary man from his nation to perform in London’s O2 Arena a show astounding to advance affection, peace and solidarity among India and Pakistan. Atif performed for four hours. This was caught up by shows in Manchester and Glasgow. Atif has three melodies highlighted in the American autonomous film Man Push Cart which has won worldwide honors and was adulated by pundits. He then sang two melodies in Mira Nair’s film The Reluctant Fundamentalist. His two different tunes “Doorie” and “Maula” from his second collection Doorie were grabbed in 2010 for the soundtrack of the Hindi form of the Mexican film La mujer de mi hermano, coordinated by Ricardo de Montreuil.
Now Atif Aslam will live in a show in Karachi. Get prepared for an awesome and hip night with Atif Aslam Live in a show in Karachi. The show is introduced to you by the College of Media and Arts (PAF KIETs) . The great night will have its offer for the diversion of 2016 in Pakistan, when the shocking craftsman will make the group go insane! Try not to miss this show, you will have all that you require here including VIP lounges!