Dunya Ju Baso by Irfan Ali Taj and Zoe Viccaji Continues to Stun Music Lovers
Dunya Ju Baso is the new Khowar song by Irfan Ali Taj and Zoe Viccaji. The duo of Ashiqi Angar continue to receive appreciation of folk music lovers.
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Dunya Ju Baso, the latest single music video by Irfan Ali Taj and Zoe Viccaji, continues to get viewers appreciations after a week of its release. Irfan Ali Taj, a contemporary folk artist from Chitral, had formally introduced Khowar music to the mainstream music industry through his first duet with Zoe Viccaji called Ashiqi Angar.
Irfan Ali Taj had announced the release of Dunya Ju Baso during an interview with GBee at the time when he released his single music video called Ishq Daryah.
The duo of Irfan with Zoe Viccaji is turning out to be a huge success. Zoe herself is a celebrated Pakistani pop singer and is a known musical figure. She has also appeared as a playback singer in Coke Studio.
What’s different from her first duet with Irfan Ali Taj is that this time, she sings Khowar lyrics. We asked a couple of Khowar speakers and turns out, she has actually killed it.
Just like any former music videos by Irfan Ali Taj, spectacular scenic views from Chitral along with Chitrali Sitar and Rabab music will simply leave you stunned. However, unlike Ashiqi Angar, Dunya Jo Baso is a complete Khowar track.
At the time of publishing this post, the vide has been watched by more than sixty thousand people on Facebook and more than twelve thousand times on Youtube. The song has also been posted on platforms like SoundCloud, Patari and Taazi.
The song has been written by Irfan Ali Taj himself the video has been produced by Mubashir Admani and directed by Junaid Mustafa. Moaaz Afridi has added beautiful rhythm guitars to the song.
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