Meesha Shafi said the last couple of weeks were too exciting for her as she received immense applause for her songs in Velo Sound Station (VSS) and Coke Studio (CS)13 at the same time.
Speaking to Dawn Images, Meesha claimed that her latest tracks gathered not only his fans’ attention but also critics.
“I’ll bet the people who hate me are hiding and listening to me right now,” she said while adding, “I’m not saying that in a cocky way. It’s a fact!”
“Sometimes my emotions have gotten the better of me, and I have cried a lot. But it has been a good kind of crying. I’m enjoying the love and support that I’m getting from my fans, as well as from the industry that I work in,” she maintained.
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Talking about the release of both music seasons at the same time, Meesha said it wasn’t planned but due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it happened.
“It is because of the coronavirus pandemic that, somehow, both VSS and CS ended up getting aired at the same time and I couldn’t have planned it better myself. It’s literally been a gift from heaven. It’s all been so hyper online that I have often found it hard to go offline,” she said.
The singer also shared something about the pain she went through during the last couple of years. “For over two years now, I have remained mostly silent, contemplating, and self-reflecting. When you have been cut down left, right and centre, it’s important to regain your sense of self-worth, and believe that you have something to offer which is not a joke,” she concluded.