Elaborating on the model, he explained that audience these days mostly comprise of youngsters. “Eighty to 90% of our music would be catering to the popular choice but we also want to have music for the remaining audiences,” stated the music producer.
Works for me. We wish them the best, and look forward to the possibility of working with MoUSICi.
The Tribune quotes Mahmud:
“Most of the music being made by musicians these days is either a remixed or cover version of classic songs. Musicians like Vital Signs and Nazia & Zoheb made a name by doing original songs and not remixes,” Mahmud told The Express Tribune.
I’m not sure if this is quite true, but a lot of original music isn’t receiving the airtime it used to. So you have to go looking for it. The death of the music channel, the inhospitable nature of the FM stations, probably both a big part of this.