This time around last year, a new music platform was introduced – except that it was a tad bit different from the usual ones. Strepsils Stereo came onto the scene with the art of Acapella.
The first installment gave us a rendition of “Khayal Rakhna“ featuring known artists such as Ali Noor, Rachel Vicajji, Zoe Vicajji, Sara Haider and Ahsan Pervaiz. The song was an instant hit on charts across the country and was appreciated even by music lovers across the border.
The video was a bright and colorful one – precisely the way most Acapella videos are made. With switching shots and vivid hues, the video was a blast. Each artist was in perfect sync making the song all the more appealing.
August this year marks 71 years for Pakistan and what a better time to introduce another Acapella when the whole country is humming Azadi anthems?
So, Strepsils Stereo is back with a patriotic song invoking the nationalistic spirit of unity and celebration.
The song not only features renowned artists but engages the entire country in the spirit of independence. Eeepp, so exciting!
And can you guess what the best part is?
We have our absolute eternal fav Ali Noor featuring in it!
Ayesha Omar’s in it too!
So is Shiraz Uppal – full of energy
Also, Sara Haider’s in it, and she looked pumped AF
But that’s not all. There are many, MANY more Pakistani voices (100, to be exact) in the song.
It doesn’t get any better than this. It is truly something fresh and fabulous to hear, that allows us to swallow the sorrow, clear out throats and sing at the top of our voices.
Also, Ali Noor singing and Azadi day? Definite favorite combo alert!
(Sorry, huge fan.)
Here’s the AMAZING song:
If this doesn’t lift your spirits for Independence Day, I don’t know what will. And I’m not the only one freaking out over this, btw. People love it.
They’re totally digging the Acapella!
Matlab, appreciate bohot kar rahe hain
Even from India… Like WOW
Honestly, the song is literal FEELS!
It’s a great initiative to get us all geared up for Independence Day. We can’t wait for more Acapella by these guys and love that Strepsils is making itself a platform for an art form not many would know about. Give it a listen and tell us what you think about it in the comments below!
This post is sponsored by Strepsils Stereo