40 musicians from 7 countries collaborate for a Pakistani song about hope

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40 musicians from different parts of the world are collaborating with Pakistan to deliver the message of hope in these testing times.

2020 has been the most drastic year for the whole world and so Pakistan is also suffering. For this purpose, as many as 40 musicians from different countries have collaborated with Pakistani artists for a Pakistani song.

Kashan Admani the Pakistani musician and composer got together around 40 musicians from six different countries other than Pakistan and collaborated to deliver a message of hope, social harmony, spirituality, and togetherness.

He says, “Music has the power to inspire hope and spread positive energy around. The idea was to come together to give hope to people all over the world and show that humanity is alive and united in these turbulent times in the fight against the novel COVID-19 pandemic. We want to bring true optimism to people, not just one person, but the entire humanity. There is hope over despair, light over darkness, life over death, and this is what we want to remind the global population of at this time.”

Those artists from 6 different countries are multi-award winning like Russian guitar player Roman Miroshnichenko, Grammy award-winning violinist Charlie Bisharat, British singer/Songwriter Lili Casely, Brazil’s Luiza Prochet, Grammy nominee Simon Philips and Stu Hamm from the USA, soloist Matt Laurent from Canada, Gumbi Ortiz from Florida, India’s Dr. Palash Sen.

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