Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Release comes as the french star signs major deal with the pan-asian film & music awards academy PAIFMA

The immensely anticipated music video for French pop-star Abbas Hasan’s latest single Sweet Girl is out and delivers on its promise of glamour. From the skyscrapers of Europe to elegant red carpets, the video boasts of some lavish locations. Abbas and his co-star Armeena Rana Khan have been styled by international stylist Prangsta, both looking chic.

Helmed by esteemed Persian video director Amir Taherian, Sweet Girl begins with Armeena Rana Khan seeing Abbas on-screen with another girl (cameo appear-ance by Humaima Malick from a scene of Away’s video). Thus starts a dark journey of obsession and black magic, in which Armeena plays a double-role, both trying to seduce Abbas.

Speaking about the video of Sweet Girl, Abbas says “It was so much fun filming Sweet Girl with Armeena. We’ve known each other well through modeling, and I knew Armeena would be perfect at playing the innocent angel as well as the dark any mysterious vampish beauty.”

In true Abbas style, Sweet Girl is in Urdu-English and starts out with some vocals in French. It has been produced with Rishi Rich’s protégé Naamless, and the highly en-joyable pop song has some hints of Arabic music in it. The official radio partner in Pakistan for this release is FM91. The music video can be viewed here:
www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ih0iRNxBapk
www.ytpak.com/watch?v=Ih0iRNxBapk

After a major coup in signing a deal with the Pan-Asian Film and Music Awards academy (PAIFMA) and being recognised as one of the top Asian artists in the UK, Abbas Ha-san has had quite a month. He signed as the new face for international fashion brand Mastrioni’s latest campaign and now we get to see Sweet Girl release across the world!

South Asian rock band Mizmaar, currently riding high on the success of their comeback single Jee Loonga, recently organized a singing competition for their fans who aspire to be musicians. The #BeMizmaar competition, which was held on the band’s official Facebook page, opened to a great response from Mizmaar’s virtual followers. Entries, in the form of covers of Jee Loonga, were sent from all over the world, making it a tough competition for finalists. Since it was a close call between the final two entries, one of them being an instrumental, the band had to call it a tie and award two winners, Abdul Ahad Shahzad and Ali Raza.Mizmaar and winner Abdul Ahad Shahzad [2]
Both winners received exclusive Mizmaar merchandise and their entries were uploaded on the official Mizmaar social media pages, for everyone to see, hear and leave their comments.
One of the winners, namely Abdul Ahad Shahzad, who used a simple combination of an acoustic guitar and vocals in his cover, won a chance to visit Mizmaar’spersonal studio for a one-on-one interaction and some live jamming. The video of that session can be seen heremizmaar logo

Overjoyed by the experience, Abdul commented on Facebook “Thank you so very much for such a great and wonderful time Mizmaar (Mashhad, Kashan Admani and Alfred Dmello). You people are amazing. I will never ever forget the great evening at Dream Station Productions. Thank you so very much for your hospitality. Mizmaar and the crew rocks! It feels amazing when such great feedback comes from such a great band of Pakistan. All the best for your album!”
Jee Loonga by Mizmaar
Abdul Ahad Shahzad’s winning acoustic cover of Jee Loonga can be heard here:
Ali Raza’s winning instrumental cover of Jee Loonga can be heard here:

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