The First Pakistani All-Girls Music Ensemble is Insanely Amazing

By Sarmad Amer | 28 Feb, 2016

This performance by an all female ensemble is a first for Pakistani music scene. And it is big.

Why you ask, is this news, when female singers in Pakistan have existed as long as one can remember?

Certainly we’ve had all girl singing groups in Pakistan before

via: YouTube

 

Female musicians of Pakistan are also very talented

Source: NYU Abu Dhabi

 

And Pakistani female singers have been making waves across the globe for years now

The incomparable Noor Jehan, the Sufi music queen Abida Parveen, the enchanting voiced Reshma, the Ghazal legend Munni Begum and the original desi pop princess Nazia Hassan are just some of the many amazingly talented female singers from Pakistan.

Source: Aaj TV

 

But for the first time ever you’re about to experience a complete ensemble comprised only of women

That means the drummer is a woman, the bass guitarist is a woman, the violinist, the pianist, the tabla player, the singer, the backing vocals, every single person in this video is a woman.

And to top it all, they have done a remarkable job covering  John Newman’s “Love Me Again”. Prepare to be blown away by this amazing performance during the latest season of Nescafe Basement:

 

 

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