15 Coke Studio Songs That Are Actually Pretty Good, To Help You Forget “Ko Ko Korina”

By Sarmad Amer | 22 Oct, 2018

Ko Ko Korina has certainly traumatized many people. All the memes, jokes and trolling has been relentless ever since the song graced our lives. Momina Mustehsan and Ahad Raza Mir have sadly become the subject of so much negativity.


Ko Ko Korina is hated so much that it’s possibly become the most downvoted song in Coke Studio’s 11 year history

Till the time of publication, this song had about 31,000 downvotes – just as much as the upvotes.

Via: YouTube

So, all the negative energy is certainly not good for anyone and to help distract you and help you get over the trauma of that song, here are some of the better Coke Studio songs:


1. Kirkir Kirkir, Sajjad Ali


2. Bibi Sanam, Zeb & Haniya


3. Charkha Nolakha, Atif Aslam and Qayaas


4. Rung, Hadiqa Kiani


5. Bolo Bolo , Entity Paradigm


6. Manzil-e-Sufi, Sanam Marvi


7. Garaj Baras, Rahat Fateh Ali Khan and Ali Azmat


8. Chori Chori, Meesha Shafi


9. Nindiya Re, Kaavish


10. Shikwa/ Jawab-e-Shikwa, Fareed Ayaz, Abu Muhammad Qawwal & Brothers and Natasha Baig


11. Paar Channa De, Shilpa Rao and Noori


12. Jugni, Arif Lohar and Meesha Shafi


13. Jal Pari, Atif Aslam


14. Aaj Jane Ki Zid Na Karo, Farida Khanum


15. Kangana, Fareed Ayaz and Abu Muhammad


What’s your favorite Coke Studio song?


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Cover image via: Coke Studio / YouTube

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