Ho Mann Jahaan – OST Release

Arguably the biggest soundtrack release in recent years is now live on Patari.

Ho Mann Jahaan is a coming of age tale that hits theatres January 1, 2016 with a cast equally abundant with rising stars and veterans of yore. The soundtrack is no different. With hits from Jimmy Khan, Zeb Bangash, Fareed Ayaz & Abu Muhammad, Atif Aslam, Zoheb Hassan, Tina Sani, the Mai Dhai Band, Asrar & Gumby, this one should keep you going until the movie comes out.

Like it too much? Share easily by clicking (you guessed it) ‘Share’. Then simply copy and paste the link, or if you want to make things fancy, just copy paste the embed-code from the Share menu into your own web page or blog post. Instant streaming, instant dhamaka. Chamatkaar.

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13th Haftanama Patari


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Salam Arz Hai, Pataristaniyo!

Adaab! Is haftay k khabar-namay ki shah-surkhi: Intehai jidd-o-juhad** kay baad, paish-e-khidmat hay Noori Ki Nayi Album – Begum Gul Bakaoli Sarfarosh.

Hamari numainda-e-khasoosi Kitty k mutabiq awam ka aik jamm-e-ghafeer Lahore, Karachi aur Islamabad ki album launch per maujood tha aur apnay dus saal kay intezaar ka badla Noori say album sign aur sath dus selfian lay k utara.

Jo awaam album launch per nahi phunch saki us nay is weekend per Patari ko bhi itna pyaar dia kay yay hamari tareekh ka sub say busy din rha. Highest plays, completions, shares and favorites. Maa sadqay!

**Is album nay awam ka sirf sabar ka imtehaan dus saal lia, laiken album launch say 5 ghantay pehlay, Patari ki team ka her cheez ka imtehaan lia. 2 mumalik, 5 afraad ki 8 koshishoon kay baad yay album upload hoi aur completiton per kitty kay khushi kay ansoo nahi ruk rhay thay.

Bakia Khabar-nama break kay baad.
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Patari kitty k fans, at the Noori Album Launch.

Break say wapis atay hain…

With noori coming back after 10 years, we decided to celebrate it in proper Patari manner: nayee naweli album to hai he, per saath hamari 2 aur peshaksh hain: a playlist featuring the best of noori and another dedicated to an era where they really were badshahs.

Iss ke ilawa we have some pretty exciting stuff to offer you guys – Spoonful have a new track (that bluesy-jazz number is a must listen), Shorbanoor has a new EP (exclusively for Patari of course!) and Positive also graced us with an exclusive track. Young Stunners, Nabeel Nihal Project and Dissbelief all have new tracks – do your ears a favor and go check these out FORUN!


Haftawaar Yaad Dehaani
HOSHIYAAR!
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Coke Studio 8 – Top 10

Awaam kay pasandeeda aur epic-tareen from Coke Studio 8 – Top 10

Sakal Ban – Rizwan & Muazzam
Ae Dil – Ali Zafar & Sara Haider
Rockstar – Ali Zafar
Sammi Meri Waar – Quratulain Baloch & Umair Jaswal
Tajdar-e-Haram – Atif Aslam
Sohni Dharti – Promo
Hina Ki Khushbu – Samra Khan & Asim Azhar
Man Aamadeh Am – Gul Panra & Atif Aslam
Chiryan Da Chamba – Suraiya Khanum & Anwar Maqsood
Bewajah – Nabeel Shaukat Ali


Patari Exclusive!

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Begum Gul Bakaoli Sarfarosh – Noori
Featured Track!

Zindagi Ka Jhag – Spoonful
Patari Exclusive!

Sulphur Man – Shorbanoor
Patari Exclusive!

Jo Hee Ahyan (Live) – Positive
New Track!

Outta Control – Young Stunners
New Playlist!

Best of Noori – Noori kay Khaas-ul-Khaas
New Track!

Shaam – Nabeel Nihal Project
New Playlist!

Re-living the Era – Kahan Gaye Wo Din
Featured Track!

Land of Pure – DissBelief

 


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Until the next Haftanama – dhayr sara pyaar,
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Noori – Begum Gul Bakaoli Sarfarosh

Ladies and gentlemen,

We give you Noori’s ‘Begum Gul Bakaoli Sarfarosh’:http://patari.pk/home/album/Noori-Begum-Gul-Bakoli-Sarfarosh

Six months ago, we launched a product held together by scotch tape and spit, expecting little. Then, magic happened. All of you guys happened. You built Patari with us and today, ‪#‎BGBS‬ is Noori’s third album in a decade, and the conclusion of what started as a trilogy of albums. SKMHJ was coming of age, Peeli Patti was an anthem of angst, BGBS is introspection. It’s realization. It’s the darkest, moodiest, grittiest album they have written, with serious socio-political connotations. It’s a commentary on our country, it’s a story of who we are, it’s OUR story.

That we stand here today is because of you. Because of all of you amazing, phenomenal people who made this happen. So, get your headphones or DJ Butt walay speaker (depending on the seriousness of your audiophile tendencies) and rock out to the force of wonder that is #noori. #BGBS ‪#‎PatariExclusives‬ ‪#‎NayaMaal‬

Patari Top 20: 15th-21st September, 2015

1 Tamasha – Khumariyaan
2 Rangeela (Ali Azmat) – Coke Studio
3 Hina Ki Khushbu (Samra Khan & Asim Azhar) – Coke Studio
4 Kinaray (Mekaal Hassan Band) – Coke Studio
5 Khalis Makhan (Bakhshi Brothers) – Coke Studio
6 Ae Dil (Ali Zafar & Sara Haider) – Coke Studio
7 Sammi Meri Waar (Quratulain Baloch & Umair Jaswal) – Coke Studio
8 Tajdar-e-Haram (Atif Aslam) – Coke Studio
9 Kadi Aao Ni (Mai Dhai & Atif Aslam) – Coke Studio
10 Ye Bhulo Na (Watan Ki Beti) – RockLite
11 Rabba Ho (Mulazim Hussain) – Coke Studio
12 Khayaal – Omer Chaudhry
13 Baaghi – Sikandar Ka Mandar
14 Dukhan Joon Galhyoon – The Sketches
15 Aah Ko Chahiye – Radio Edit (Jamal Rahman Ft. Ali Sethi) – Film OSTs
16 Bandook (Original Mix) – SomeWhatSuper
17 Ballay Ballay (Shiraz Uppal & Harshdeep Kaur) – Film OSTs
18 Khari Neem (Siege) – Coke Studio
19 Man Aamadeh Am (Gul Panra & Atif Aslam) – Coke Studio
20 Sufi Medley – Abdullah Qureshi

Welcome to the Patari Top 20, a weekly chart for the most played tracks on Patari.pk – a web and mobile app for Pakistani music. Each week, we will be sharing this chart which tracks the newest releases in Pakistani music ranked according to the number of times users listened to them on Patari during the given week. This week’s charts cover the period from the 15th to the 21st of September, 2015.

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This edition of the Patari Top 20 marks a momentous occasion, as for the first time since the season began, a song from Coke Studio is not the number one track at the end of the week. Instead, the honour goes to Khumariyaan, whose song Tamasaha was not only the most played, but also the most shared and favourited track for the week. The response to this song, which is a studio version of a single they had previously released, went a long way towards confirming Khumariyaan as one of Pakistan’s most cult acts.

The song that came second on all these measures was Rangeela by Ali Azmat, and indeed Coke Studio absolutely dominated the rest of the charts. It had all of the songs from last week’s episode in the top five, followed by three more entries from earlier in the season. At number 9 was Kadi Aao Ni, released only on the last day of the chart period. However, the undisputed frenzy created by a duet between two of the most iconic voices in Pakistan meant that it still ended at this position. There were three more Coke Studio 8 tracks out of the remaining eleven songs, which underlined the overwhelming impact of the show on the music scene.

The charts also features several bands from the colloquial underground which have significantly cult followings. The Sketches are at no. 14, while Karachi indie darlings Sikandar Ka Mandar have seen Baaghi stay almost a month at the charts, currently at 13. Rounding off the list at 20 is Abdullah Qureshi, whose Sufi Medley remains one of Patari’s all-time most played songs.

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Film and drama soundtracks have become both very lucrative and popular in the last few years, although there are only two such entrants here. Jamal Rehman’s work with the Manto soundtrack, which was released much earlier than the film, has continued to be popular with users. The same longevity is seen in the songs by Noori and Shiraz Uppal for Karachi Se Lahore. These two songs sandwich the all-time most played single on Patari since it was launched – Bandook by SomewhatSuper.

All images provided by respective artists.

Patari is a free music app for Pakistani music which pays artists for their music. You can download the app for Android devices here and for Apple devices here, or you can use the web app at www.patari.pk