Pakistan is full of talented people. Everyone in the country is blessed with a unique talent. Our country has a huge number of singers who are still unidentified and waiting for their fate to shine.
With this aim, BOL Beats will provide the country with great music for their daily playlists. It is a platform that will release quality music by highlighting and promoting new musical talents across the world.
BOL Beats will be the first 100% Pakistani music franchise and will release original tracks that will surely leave you spellbound.
However, the acclaimed singer Naeem Abbas Rufi, who has sung Shah-e-Madina in his soulful voice, has challenged the Indian music composers for a competitive collaboration with him.
He has challenged the popular Indian composers to come with a show of his caliber at Pakistan’s first music franchise BOL Beats.
Naeem Abbas Rufi emerged as a Pakistani singer in the early 1990s both on Pakistani television and in the Pakistani film industry.
He started his singing career by competing in different amateur singing competitions. He was featured in a children’s TV show “Sung Sung Chalay” at the age of 12.
Rufi has released three music albums, out of which one is dedicated to Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan.
BOL Beats To Give Tough Time To T-Series Mixtape:
Indian musicians have always ruined the songs, either the so-called originals or the remixes. India’s biggest music label T-Series had previously introduced its music show called the Mixtape, which had compiled the singers to destroy the songs by compiling them together.
The Indian singers used auto-tune to make their voice sound melodious or some of the singers just lip-synced to the songs.
Mixtape turned out to a big flop around the world. However, BOL Beats will be providing original tracks that will be a masterpiece. The defining music performances will make you feel the original meaning of a song.
Unlike Mixtape, BOL Beats will be promoting new singers and will be releasing new songs. From pop to Sufi kalam, you will be listening to every genre of the songs.