Ali Moeen Lyrics
Ali Moeen is the foremost writer and lyricist of Pakistan showbiz industry. Having his place in the industry as the creative of front league he has inspired the industry with his most thoughful writings over the years. He has written more than dozen drama serials with dictionary seeking titles and also is known as the Gulzar of Pakistan music industry as lyricist.
Shuja Haider, Composer and Singer.
Shuja spent most of his childhood with his Grandfather Master Sadique Ali, the greatest pianist in South East Asia. Under the musical influence of his grandfather Shuja mastered the art of delivering his thoughts through music.
Being a favorite among pop stars, Shuja feels the climb to any position is steep in the beginning. As they say nothing comes for free, for a musician it’s more difficult as you’re selling something your buyer has to feel. A music producer’s popularity, these days depends on being able to meet the demand of an artist and make ‘made to order’ music, a skill which Shuja has expertise.
On arrival in Karachi, he started doing the rounds of studios, and met Shehzad Roy which led to the making of his song by Iqbal, Khudi ka sir-e-niha. As a result he ended up composing songs for a complete album for him and songs for a host of others, Haroon, Ahmed Jhanzaib, Ali Zafar, Strings, to name a few.
Being a great composer and vocalist Shuja produced “Tera Who Pyar” in 2003 which is considered one of the finest ballet in Pakistan. Being a musician Shuja likes to spend more time producing music rather then performing songs.
Strings are a Pakistani pop band comprising two members, Bilal Maqsood and Faisal Kapadia. Strings started with four college students (Bilal, Faisal, and two friends) in 1990, when they came out with a self-titled album.
After “Strings 2” in 1992, the band was dismembered. Eight years later, Bilal and Faisal reformed the group, coming out with their album “Duur” and then “Dhaani” both proving national and international hits.
Ali Zafar made his debut as a musician with the album “Huqa Pani”, released in Pakistan in 2003 and worldwide in 2005. The album was an instant hit, selling over five million copies worldwide and winning several major awards and nominations. It also put Ali into the league of the most popular artists ever to have come out of Pakistan with a massive fan following locally and internationally.
Ali’s second album “Masty” has just been released to both critical and commercial acclaim and has established him as one of Pakistan’s leading vocalists.
Haroon is a Pakistani pop star, composer, musician, record producer, recording engineer, and live performer. He has sold nearly three million CDs and tapes world wide and the audience at his shows often number in the tens of thousands.
Haroon is known for the uniqueness in his albums, his tendency to mix genres and experiment with amalgams of cultures. His songs are most frequently performed in Urdu, Punjabi and English, but he has shown some more variety, for example, in his hit song, “Mahbooba”, to which he adds some Arabic lyrics.
SHAFAQAT AMANAT ALI
Shafqat Amanat Ali is the son of Ustad Amanat Ali Khan, making him part of the 9 generation old Patiala Gharana. He has been a student of Hindustani classical music since age four, his grandmother being his first teacher. His main influences in music come from his father and his uncle Ustad Fateh Ali Khan sahab as well as Roshanara Begum, to name a few. Shafqat Amanat Ali is also the lead vocalist of a Pakistani pop band known as “Fuzon”. He belongs to the Patiala gharana of classical music. The gharana is famous for its concentration on intricate taan-patterns and sargams. With his family, he has been part of the Pakistani classical musical tradition for eight generations now.
Ali Haider is a Pakistani singer and actor. He has had numerous hits in the early 90’s such as Purani Jeans. He also had a big hit later in the 90’s with Chand Sa Mukhra. Besides singing, he has acted in numerous TV serials on PTV.
Among the successful dramas was Chand Sa Mukhra, which used his hit song as the theme music. He also sang the theme music for the serial Chandni Raatein. He has a large fan following in Pakistan and India and with South Asian expatriates around the world.
Hadiqa Kiani the quintessential pop diva walks tall with accessibility and innovativeness; two nearly extinct traits in the pop-culture today. With undiminished energy she has high aims, huge achievements and above all poise to do something new every time she makes an album.
Hadiqa’s own joyful blare has undoubtedly fueled numerous high octane singers of her gender to follow in her footsteps thereby catapulting the artisan to an almost role model status. Hadiqa has music with a spark and her multidirectional un-cliched tunes run an entire gamut of thought provoking ideas and issues.