Since the new year started I planned to start a series with the title of Best of 11 featuring some of the special events took place last year, 2011. here i am sharing songs that Pakistani Music Industry produced last year. They came, we listened, and they conquered. The second month of 2011 brought the circket fever with the circket world cup. Like every world cup this also brought some nice songs. One of them was Josh e Janoon a few called it 2011 version of famosu Jazba Janoon:
Komal Rizvi made a comeback this year with Coke Studio, her contribution to coke studio this year were impressive. CS aside she gave another song telling about the love and how un predictable it is:
Boondh is another song Komal Rizvi gave this year. I am slightly confused whether it is a good to listen or good to watch, as Komal Rizvi looked stunning in the official video:
this Year gave rise to another star QB or alos known as Qurat ul Ain Baloch who was brilliant in Coke Studios. Other than that she proved to be nightingale of new era with songs like:
And the wildfire Humsafar like show the OST also became Listen of the town:
Dil Dhondhta hy phir wohi… has been my favourite of all time this year Ali Zafar re-produced it as Jee Dhondhta hay:
Political situation always play role in the productive idea, and this also drop some colours on music too. Some tried to present situation in the form of songs and two of them impressed me:
Sajjad Ali is a smart player, I am saying this because he posses the ability to feel the nerve right. That is why every time he manage to have a share in trend. KirKir of coke studio became my dish washin time song and Bol made us all listen to Din pareshan hay.
Another Humsafar touched our listening sense this was by the band Called. it might be just another song but it has some attraction in it.
Now time for the final two songs these two can be named as Return of the legends. One was Keh dena of Alamgir it was as impressive as it got special space on this blog a few month ago.
Bunny also made a come back with Roxen in a 2011 version of “Dil main tum the hit of 90s.