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Best Pakistani Songs of 2014

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Believe it or not, 2014 is now over — which means we’ve heard a lot of awesome songs from some of our favourite pop artists this year.
From the infectious sounds of Coke Studio 7, to the more moody, emotional songs by artists like Rahat Fateh Ali Khan, there have been some great hits as well as misses!

Top songs of 2014 ranks the most popular songs of the year are:

1. Sab Akho Ali Ali, Asrar (Coke Studio)

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Asrar’s unique and raw voice won the heart of a large audience. The song overall comes out being effortlessly vintage cool positioned in a time capsule for what the blues steeped genre of rock n roll used to be.

Enjoy the song by clicking here: http://bit.ly/1tXlo5F

2. Nadiya, Jimmy Big Gears & Rahma Khan (Coke Studio)

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The lyrics to the song and Jimmy Khan’s voice’s texture elevate the song to a different level altogether. The video of the song further strengthens its case as one of the best songs of the year.

Enjoy the song by clicking here: http://bit.ly/1KzmJub

3.  Zaroori Tha, Rahat Fateh Ali Khan

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Top music pakistani list and Rahat Fateh Ali Khan go together! This one romantic song is particularly striking with regards to how it has been arranged, including Rahat’s meaningful performance. All the more reasons that make it a hit!

Enjoy the song by clicking here: http://bit.ly/1A5RGO6

4. Phir Milli Tanhai, Zoe Viccaji

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“Phir Milli Tanhai” was the actual first song she has ever inscribed, stirred by an actual relationship. It can be felt in her voice and the video as she leaves you in a very gloomy mood.

Enjoy the song by clicking here: http://bit.ly/1tXY3qj

5. Meena, The Sketches

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The sufi rock band made it to the top 10 list this time! If you haven’t heard this song, you must! Soothing and relaxing song sung in Sindhi which carries a strong message about child education, justice & equality.

Enjoy the song by clicking here: http://bit.ly/1C4zRBD

6. Sanwre, Fariha Parvez

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Another delight of a track released by Fariha Parvez. Lyrically the track revolves around age old romanticism with a contemporary rhythm.

Enjoy the song by clicking here: http://bit.ly/1tXYiBD

7. Mujhe Baar Baar, Abbas Ali Khan

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Abbass Ali khan, back with a bang in Coke Studio 7. Yet again a beautiful song supremely accomplished by him. It’s a deep song and the lyrics of the song are about spirituality and faith.

Enjoy the song by clicking here: http://bit.ly/1DyDeVl

8.  Ghungat, Mekaal Hasan Band

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Mekaal Hasan has done an outstanding work like always! ‘Ghunghat’ is a version of poet Baba Bulleh Shah’s well-known Sufi kaafi. Sharmistha Chatterjee has a strong Hindustani classical base, a good command over the ragas, and blends well with the energetic rock and jazz backdrop that embellishes most tunes.

Enjoy the song by clicking here: http://bit.ly/1FIhvfD

9. Badnaam – Sibti & Spoonful

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Sibti joined hands with spoonful, an underground band in Karachi. It was a kind of magical beginnings that resulted in their first great endeavour they ever ventured.

Enjoy the song by clicking here: http://bit.ly/1BWjzKF

10. Ghalti Mein Shta- Naseer & Shahab

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Naseer and Shahab are no doubt a talented duo!  Not many people remember the days when Naseer and Shahab were only into making heavy metal music! However, this song is about two lovers who have drifted apart, after a mistake, and one of them hopes two find their way back to the other.

Enjoy the song by clicking here: http://bit.ly/1A5SQcr 

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