SPARKLING VOCALISTS OF THE CONTEMPORARY WORLD

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“21st June“(the longest day of the year), is observed zestfully and exuberantly, as ‘International Day of Music’ globally. The observance of this day ecstatically, thus, verifies or endures the roaming assumption in the hearts and minds of music admirers that Music is the voice of the soul. And yes, it’s. Every existence in the world, whether, it’s a prodigious star or an invisible particle of Sahara Desert, has a peculiar music in it. This peculiarity in music is deterministic to transforming the gloomy aspects of the universe to the glittering or exulting ones. Keeping in view such proliferation of tranquility through music, I have assembled some distinguished songsters and their songs, from Pakistan and Hollywood in this article. They are eulogized underneath:

NABEEL SHAUKAT ALI

30 years old singer contested in Sur Kshetra, a singing contest between India and Pakistan. A conspicuous alteration appeared in his career, when he was extoled incessantly, after the release of his OST ‘Do Bol’, sung with Aima Baig. His other noteworthy songs, which must be listened, are ‘Bewajah’, ‘Yariyan’, ‘Ruseya Rawe’, and ‘Aey Zindagi’.

RAHAT FATEH ALI KHAN

The nephew of Ustad Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, who outwent in the genre of ‘Qawali’ during 1980s and 90s, Rahat Fateh Ali Khan, doesn’t necessitate an introduction. His name suffices the musical caliber of his as he has performed around the globe, especially at United Nations. Like his uncle, who worked with Michael Brook and Peter Gabriel, he has fondness for singing for the movies. Notable songs of Rahat are: ‘Zaroori Tha’, ‘Afreen Afreen’, ‘Jag Soona Soona Lage’, ‘Bol Na Halke Halke’, and OST ‘Khaani’.

 ATIF ASLAM

It has been now 1.5 decades that, this persistent melodist is singing delightfully and we are listening to his Romantic numbers unceasingly. Aslam got a breakthrough in his music career amongst the public of two neighboring countries, Pakistan and India, simultaneously through his songs ‘Tera Hone Laga Hoon’ and ‘Tu Jaane Na’. The songs of Aslam that are cognizant to all the ears out there, are: ‘Dil Diyan Gallan’, ‘Jeene Laga Hoon’, ‘Tere Sang Yara’, ‘Kuch Is Trah’, ‘Main Agar’, and ‘Pehli Dafa’. The recreation of ‘Tajdar-e-Haram’ has been a supplementary and soulful addition to his discography.

MOMINA MUSTEHSUN

 The young talented female singer was noticeable, right after singing with Farhan Saeed the song (a duet) ‘Pee Jaun’. But, her prominence or noticeability in the public was characterized by the release of her song, ‘Tera Woh Pyar’ in Coke Studio Season 9. The artist’s other songs are: ‘Afreen Afreen’, ‘Ishq Hua Jo Tari’, ‘Cricket Jooray’, and ‘Awari’.

MUSTAFA ZAHID

If you search this man on Google, you will find out at the top of the search’s results about him, “Pakistan Music Composer”. But, I can guarantee you that, he is a far better singer than a composer. He is the band leader and leading vocalist of a rock band, Roxen, formed in 2004. The songs, which come under his excellence in music, are: ‘Bhula Dena’, ‘Tera Mera Rishta’, ‘Toh Phir Aao’, and ‘Zaroorat’.

AIMA BAIG

24 years old youthful girl, who has been awarded Tamgha-e-Fakhre-Imtiaz and Lux Style Award for Best Singer, is better known for these songs of hers: ‘Kalaabaz Dil’, ‘Kaif O Suroor’, ‘Be Fiqeiyan’, and ‘Malang’.

TAYLOR SWIFT

5 feet and 10 inches tall, blue-eyed blonde, was born in Reading, Pennsylvania on 13th of December, 1989, her birth year has been named to one of the albums of hers. At 11, she sang “The Star-Spangled Banner” before a basketball game. A listening of these Swift’s songs can make your musical journey, remarkable: ‘Love Story’, ‘Blank Space’, ‘All Too Well’, and ‘Begin Again’.

CHARLIE PUTH

Popular American pop singer and songwriter, who co-wrote, co-produced and performed ‘See You Again’ with Wiz Khalifa as his debut single, becoming the momentous success, was born on 2nd of December, 1991. Puth’s debut studio album ‘Nine Track Mind’, released in January 2016, made healthy success. His second album ‘Voicenotes’, inclusive of the song “Attention”, has marked recognition. ‘We Don’t Talk Anymore’, ‘Does It Feel’, and ‘How Long’ are the treat to listen.

CHRIS BROWN

The imitator and enthusiast of Usher’s dance moves, who became known for his harmonious voice and physically assaulting his ex-girlfriend, Rihanna, another accomplished pop star and dancer, was born in Tappahannock, Virginia on 5th of May, 1989. He won Grammy Award for R & B (rhythm and blues) in 2009 for his album “F.A.M.E”, the 3rd album of his. Before this, his song “Run It” from his first self-titled album had made him a listeners’ top choice. Brown’s some songs, which need no recognition, are: ‘No Guidance, ‘Five More Hours’, and ‘Look at Me Now’.

ELLIE GOULDING

Aged 32, 5 feet and 6 inches tall spirited fashion figure pop/rock singer, who learnt Electronica in University of Kent, during her stay over there for two years, is credited to have marked her appearance in the music industry, incomparable to her contemporaries with her album “Lights” (2012). Till now, she has released two more albums, exclusive of her first album, named, ‘Halcyon’ and ‘Delirium’. Outstanding songs of Goulding are: ‘Love Me Like You Do’, ‘Burn’, and ‘Lights’.

ZAYN MALIK

Singer and songwriter, 5feet and 9inches, and nicknamed Bradford Bad Boy, Zayn Javadd Malik, is better known to the world with the name of ‘One Direction’, but after, he left the musical group, he intends to release his solo albums. The singer with Pakistan’s decadency is credited for such vibrant solo numbers: ‘Dust Till Dawn’, ‘Let Me’, and ‘Pillow Talk’.

 

Shayne Ward

Shayne ward tried his luck in UK-based musical talent hunt, The X Factor, where all the group members of One Direction were fused by Simon Cowell, but was eliminated from 30 finalists, yet left a mark of his music prowess, defeating the rivals, Journey South and Andy Abraham. Furthermore, his debut single, “That’s My Goal” prompted an unusual drift towards the newer heights. His songs worth listening are the following: ‘No Promises’, ‘Breathless’, ‘The Way You Were’, and Some Tears Never Dry’. 

Besides these proficient and tuneful singers, one should listen to the people, highly lyrical, such as Selena Gomez, Eminem, Wiz Khalifa, Ariana Grande, Nirmal Roy, Farhan Saeed, Ali Sethi, Zeb Bangash and Sanam Marvi.

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