LAHORE: The nation’s most exciting music platform, Coke Studio, is all set to achieve another landmark by launching its 11th season in July. Thus, continuing to take Pakistanis on a unique musical journey.
Coke Studio Season 11 now welcomes Ali Hamza and Zohaib Kazi as the new show producers. Ali Hamza’s experience in the music industry spans almost 2 decades. He is the founding member of the band Noori. Their debut album created a whirlwind all over the world. A first of its kind, it introduced the genre of pop-rock music to the Pakistani mainstream. In addition, the album inspired the youth of Pakistan to take up the responsibility of doing something worthwhile for themselves and others.
His most recent achievement, as a maestro of the music industry, was seen in Coke Studio Season 10, where his original track ‘TinakDhin’ received national acclaim and received accolades all across the Pakistani audience.
The other producer of Season 11, Zohaib Kazi has been associated with Coke Studio for over 7 years and was General Manager & Associate Producer for Season 7 till Season 9.
Speaking about Coke Studio’s landmark feat, the General Manager of Coca-Cola Pakistan, Rizwan U. Khan stated, “Music from Coke Studio has become intertwined with Pakistan’s identity, and the influence that Coke Studio has had on the masses in Pakistan is really huge. In the last decade, Coke Studio has committed itself to reintroducing the audience to timeless classics as well as discovering a new generation of musicians. As we welcome the new producers, I want to thank Strings from the bottom of my heart for their passion and commitment towards cementing Coke Studio as a world-class asset.”
It is important to highlight that Coke Studio would not have been possible without the unrelenting commitment and hard work of everyone behind the scenes – the technicians and engineers, the set design and implementation crew, and all the other support staff.
More details on Coke Studio’s artists, songs, collaborations, lyrics and television airing times will be shared in the coming months.