Coke Studio has earned a lot of fame since its date of release in the country. Besides Pakistan, it has got fame among Indians, USA, UK, Canada and Australian people and those people who have a good taste for the folk, Sufi, qawaali and rock songs.
Coke Studio is now the biggest T series of Pakistani music industry. Some changes will be made in the upcoming season of Coke Studio 11. Coke Studio administration has changed the producers of Coke Studio 11 from Strings to the Noori band of Ali Hamza and Zohaib Kazi. Both will be producing the new season of Coke Studio.
Coke Studio has officially announced this change via their official Facebook page, “We are thrilled to welcome Zohaib Kazi and Ali Hamza as the new producers.” “Zohaib and Ali are both Coke Studio veterans, who have played an instrumental role in its success over the years. We cannot wait to share their brilliance with all of you, as we embark on a most exciting new chapter of the Coke Studio Pakistan journey,” it added.
Ali Hamza has already got the fame by his Thinak Dhin in the last season of Coke Studio that was the most popular song of the season 10. This year the Noori band will replace Faisal Kapadia and Bilal Maqsood of Strings. Stings has already produced the past four consecutive seasons of the show. Last year, Coke Studio has announced that Coke Studio 10 was the last season produced by the string and the duo of Zohaib and Kazi to return with more masterpieces.
Coke Studio Season 11 Singers List
Coke Studio has not yet announced the singers list of upcoming Season 11. It will be announced by the end of June 2018.
Coke Studio Season 11 Schedule
Coke Studio 11 season is scheduled to air in August 2018.
History of Coke Studio
Coke Studio started its journey in Pakistan in 2008 when Pakistani music industry was in its horrendous time. Coke Studio then under the former Vital Signs member Rohail Hayatt proved smashing success that resulted in plans for a next season and adding more fine singers and musicians to the Coke Studio lineup. Coke Studio acts as a refugee camp for Pakistani musicians.
Along with Pakistani musicians, Coke Studio then featured international artists in the mainstream artists’ line as well.