When he’s not having intriguing debates on Twitter, Rohail Hyatt stays busy by constantly working on new music. After his work with Coke Studio, the producer is now gearing up to work on a grand rendition of Pakistan’s national anthem, which is confirmed to feature vocals by 140 musicians! 

Earlier this year, Hyatt tweeted sharing how he is looking for singers from all across the nation, and asked for suggestions. “I’m looking for singers that best represent their provincial and minority communities in Pakistan. Please share any names and links that come to your mind. Thank you,” he tweeted. 

He further revealed how he aims to work on a new rendition of the national anthem, and is looking for musicians from all diverse regions of the country to collaborate with. 

Yesterday, Hyatt confirmed on Twitter how 140 singers have come together to sing the national anthem, and what a powerful moment it turned out to be. “I had the most inspiring moment yesterday when a passionate group of 140 singers from all over Pakistan assembled to sing the national anthem. Powerful moment. Saw and felt unity one can only dream of. This nation can and will overcome anything. I’m sure. Pakistan Zindabad,” he tweeted.

The list of the 140 singers hasn’t been announced yet, but earlier today the lead singer of Kashmir the band, Bilal Ali, shared a bunch of photos with other artists and Hyatt, talking about the collab. The images and tags included Zeb Bangash, Zoha Zuberi, Asfar Hussain, Maria Unera, Haroon Shahid, Razia Abrar, Nimra Rafiq, Abdullah Qureshi, Shahmir Quidwai, etc. 


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Keep watching this space for more updates on who all those singers are, and when this rendition of the national anthem is supposed to be released.


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