Pakistani music scene has a worldwide impact. Coke Studio and a few other platforms have brought forth the collection of best Pakistani songs that are the most wanted for their compositions and vocals. Today’s article spotlights those Pakistani songs which had the greatest impact on audience and thus rated as the best Pakistani songs.
1. ‘Wo Humsafar Tha’ by Quratulain Balouch:
The title song of drama serial ‘Humsafar’ – a Hum TV presentation – ‘Wo Humsafar tha’ is undoubtedly the top listed of all the best Pakistani songs. There would hardly a person left who has not heard the song yet.
‘Wo Humsafar Tha’ is the song most viewed, most searched and the most downloaded when talk of Pakistani songs. It has just opened the gates of fame for Quratulain Balouch, making her stand on a high stature in the Pakistani music scene of today
2. ‘12 Saal’ by Bilal Saeed:
‘12 Saal’ is a song that inspired a huge audience during 2011, bringing a massive success for Bilal Saeed who is busy receiving appreciations on youtube and facebook since september 2011. The song is among the top ranked Pakistani songs.
3. ‘Hona Tha Pyar’ by Atif Aslam and Hadiqa Kiani:
Atif Aslam and Hadiqa Kiani are the names that almost rule the Pakistani music industry. Their combined appearance in ‘Hona Tha Pyar’ – the soundtrack of a Pakistani movie Bol – is a huge success. The song has inspired many with its soft and romantic mood. ‘Hona Tha Pyar’ is supposed to be among the best Pakistani songs because it is loved every time when heard.
4. ‘Reidi Gul’ by Yasir and Jawad:
‘Reidi Gul’ by Yasir and Jawad is a major hit click in the Pakistani music industry during 2011. This Uth Records presentation has made viral on internet and is liked and appreciated the most. The song is undoubtedly among the top ranked Pakistani songs. The lead singer – Wali – has added enough life to this soulful Pashto music track.
5. ‘Main To Dekhoon Ga’ by Strings:
‘Main To Dekhoon Ga’ by Strings is a special song when talk of Pakistani music, as it is an attempt of creating awareness among Pakistani public and drawing every individual’s attention towards the social issues such as poverty, corruption and other Pakistani conditions. This is therefore one of the best Pakistani songs. The lyrics by Bilal Maqsood are really motivational while the melodious voice of Faisal has topped up the impact produced.
6. ‘Jhoom’ by Ali Zafar:
Ali Zafar is known as the king of Pop these days. His album ‘Jhoom’ has added a lot to the refreshing Pakistani music industry in the year 2011. The music track ‘Jhoom’ from this album has gained him enough appreciation and thus considered to be one of the best Pakistani songs of previous year.
7. ‘Josh e Junoon’ by Ali Azmat:
The patriotic song motivating the youth during the days of cricket fever of world cup days, can be rated as the most famous among other Pakistani songs. The energetic voice of Ali Azmat has converted the song into an anthem like performance.
8. ‘Kya Khayal Hai’ by Zeb and Haniya:
The mainstay of the folk genre – none other than Zeb and Haniya – ruled the Pakistani music scene during 2011 with their ‘Kya Khayal Hai’. The song takes you to a fantasy world with its simplest ever lyrics and the most melodious composition. The project is a combined effort of Zeb and Haniya and a few Indian artists.
9. ‘Walk On Air’ by Sajid and Zeeshan:
Great vocals, simply great composition, though with a few traces of derivation, and above all, an eye catching video places this song among our today’s list of 10 famous Pakistani songs. Sajid and Zeeshan are the most talented in the emerging lot of pakistani musicians as they always come up with a blend of electronic and acoustic sounds which is unmatched.
10. ‘The Right Way To Fall’ by Natasha Ejaz:
Natasha Ejaz is an emerging musician. Her western styles song ‘The Right Way To Fall’ – a Uth Records presentation – deserves much appreciation. The song can rightly be placed among the list of 10 famous Pakistani music tracks. The song is not less than a refreshing treat for the audience.
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