Season 8 of Coke Studio just keeps getting better, doesn’t it? Episode 3 has once again churned out a melodious hit, featuring Atif Aslam and Gul Panrra.
After Ali Zafar’s wacky Rockstar and QB’s rendition of Sammi Meri Waar, Atif & Gul Panrra combined to croon Man Aamadeh Am (translates into I have come to you) a love song mixed with a little sadness and more tranquility.
Coke Studio Season 8, Episode 3 consists of four songs.
You can also download the audio of the song by clicking on any of the download link next to the song name listed under
- Man Aamadeh Am by- Gul Panrra & Atif Aslam[audio download]
- Neun La Leya by– Kaavish[audio download]
- Umran Langiyaan by- Ali Sethi & Nabeel Shaukat Ali[audio download]
- Rung Jindri by– Arif Lohar [ audio download]
So here are the song videos that are released today. Lets listen and watch with us one by one.
Man Aamadeh Am by- Gul Panrra & Atif Aslam
‘Man Aamadeh Am pairs the songstress Gul Panrra’s perfectly dreamy vocals with Atif Aslam’s signature style, delivering a magical rendition on this love ballad of a classic Iranian song featuring Urdu verses penned by Atif himself. As Tanveer Tafu works his charm on the Rubab and Arsalan Rabbani masterfully provides the melodic sound with his Harmonium, Gul and Atif effortlessly interweave the emotions while singing words of love and heartache.
Neun La Leya by– Kaavish
With their latest effort, ‘Neun La Leya’ – Kaavish continue to create a poignant and compelling sound, and return to Coke Studio with a song originally composed by Hamid Ali Bela and penned by Kaalay Khan Sahib. A once forgotten beauty, the track is heartrending from the onset featuring Jaffer Zaidi’s signature mellow vocals, Sajid Ali’s soothing flute and Maaz Maudood’s familiar atmospheric sensibility with the guitar.
Umran Langiyaan by- Ali Sethi & Nabeel Shaukat Ali
‘Umraan Langhiyaan’ is the perfect example of what Ali Sethi and Nabeel Shaukat Ali’s combined vocal prowess are able of – transcending classical raags to improvise within the sonic space to create a fresh sound without taking away the soul of the melody. Written by Khwaja Ghulam Fareed, and originally composed by Asad Amanat Ali, the track opens with the melodic riffs of Tanveer Tafu’s Banjo in conversation with Arsalan Rabbani’s Harmonium; paired with Aahad Nayani’s drum intervals building a distinctive sound making this track a splendid duet.
Rung Jindri by– Arif Lohar
After the enormous success of ‘Jugni’ on Coke Studio’s Season 3, Arif Lohar arrives with ‘Rung Jindri’, a Punjabi folk song that makes a grand gesture staying true to his signature powerhouse style. Against a backdrop of lyrics that are advising on living wisely and mindfully whilst appreciating this world, the song relies on Tanveer Tafu’s rhythmic pattern of the Mandolin accompanying the imperious backing vocals for impact. Babar Khanna’s dholak and Mannu’s groovy bass further enhance the kaleidoscopic soundscape of this track that’s full of promise.