Atif Aslam has been nominated at the Big Apple Music Awards 2014


We are very much
pleased to announce
that Atif Aslam has
been nominated at the
Big Apple Music Awards
2014
as “Best Male
Artist of Pakistan”

*fingers crossed*

Vote here = http://nomin.homestead.com/index.html

Atif Aslam’s message to his Mother!


No matter how
much I work I
always remember
messaging my
mother Happy
Mother’s Day.
– Allah apko sehatmand
zindagi day “”
Ameen

Atif Aslam ready to rock in America!


Aadeez of America!
Get ready to Rock!
Catch me live this
March and April all
across the United
States! Looking
forward to seeing you all!

For more details! Stay tuned to my official facebook page.

Atif Aslam – Channa – Coke Studio Season 6 [Mp3 Download]


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Download Mp3!

Artist: Atif Aslam
Song: Channa – Darling –
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Language: Punjabi Coke Studio Season 6,
Episode 3

Song Info:
Atif Aslam returns to
Coke Studio this Season
with ‘Channa’ a song
that is a declaration of
Love thrown into a
canvas of mixed
instrumentation
encapsulating the true
state of Contentment.
The song was
conceptualized by Atif;
its melodic inspiration
stemmed from a
rhythm that finds its
base in the beat of the
Dhol. This rhythm was
transferred into the
instrumentation of the
song giving the overall
pulsing groove adorned
with the subtle picks at
the African Harp – the
Kora which coupled with
the Brass Section
makes for an almost
funky disco feel from
the 70’s. A song that
Atif feels quite
connected with
musically, ‘Channa’
which means ‘Darling’,
is a song that sees a
progression of deep,
almost heart tugging
waves stringed by the
Orchestra in Serbia that
finds its calm in the
ever present pulse that
takes the song to its
climactic transition into
the world of disco funk
– highlighting the sense
of satisfaction felt in
the state of true love.

Atif Aslam -Channa – BTS, Coke Studio Pakistan, Season 6


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Artist: Atif Aslam Song: Channa
Produced by: Rohil Hayatt

Watch the BTS video

Atif Aslam went to watch “Waar” Bilal Lashari’s debut film.


Atif Aslam was in Islamabad, he also went to Centaurus Mall. For those who don’t know, Centaurus is like Islamabad’s first and largest shopping mall that was built last year. He went there to watch Waar Bilal Lashari’s debut film. When the movie finished Atif was the first one to stand and applaud for Bilal Lashari for his amazing movie and when the national anthem was played in the movie, Atif sang it with the loudest voice. He then went to funcity and played a few games and tried the rides. Then he went to Tutti Frutti in the food court and enjoyed the fruity ice cream and surveyed the shops. Atif Aslam with Ismail Eshai (Manager operations funcity)

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Difficult to make it big as celebrity in Pakistan – Atif Aslam


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ISLAMABAD: Wildly popular singer Atif Aslam
has enjoyed a substantial edge over
his contemporaries and amassed a colossal fan following at home and abroad. From Aadat to Woh Lamhe, Aslam’s journey from pop music to Bollywood is one many on this side of the border dream of. He says it takes determination and persistence to become a star.
“It was and still is difficult to make it
big in Pakistan as a celebrity or artist,” he tells The Express Tribune. “There are many hurdles
aspiring artistes
face.”

Atif says he started as a lone ranger, with no
help from marketing or PR agencies after his
split from Jal. He is now nearing the 10-year mark of his career. “I managed to do things on my own and most importantly, I believed in myself. Pakistan still has a long way to go.”
Although he feels there is immense talent in both Pakistan and India, the difference lies in
quality. The voices
found in each country are distinctive in their
own ways, he says.

“Every soil has its own sound,” continues Aslam. “Pakistan’s is unique and admirable.”
While he hopped over to Bollywood early on his career, Atif has high hopes for his country. He was a part of Pakistani feature film Bol which garnered an exceptional response at the box office due to
its poignant script.

“I didn’t care about the money back then. I knew Bol had the kind
of script I would like to be a part of, and I was.
It had a message for the young ones and its
purpose was served,” he says.
He believes in
the resurgence of
Pakistani cinema.

“If a movie has a good script or a good song, I will do it.”

When asked how he feels about music talent hunts, Atif dismisses them as short-term success solutions.

“Six months and that’s it,” he says, referring to the
fame contestants earn. After being a judge on Indian singing reality
show Sur Kshetra,
which featured
contestants from both Pakistan and India, Atif feels such platforms
are beneficial for an artiste who wants to get noticed and gain
fame only for a limited amount of time till they find actual work. For
this reason, Atif says he declined to be on the judging panel of the upcoming Pakistan Idol, which includes Bushra Ansari, Ali Azmat and Hadiqa Kiyani.

“People might watch Pakistan Idol, but that’s pretty much it.”

After singing for B-town heart throbs Shahid and Ranbir Kapoor, Atif has now decided to focus on a music album. He aims to release the rocker inside him and unveil a different genre via his album which is scheduled to release mid 2014, three years after his last album release.

“It will be a selection of numerous compositions — the album can be a hit or a miss,” he says. The singer, who recently married his long-time sweet heart Sara Bharwana, says his life has changed for the better.
“It’s amazing. I believe I have a partner who shares my responsibilities with me, which is great,” he smiles.

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