LAHORE:INTERNATIONAL music band JoSH is all set to release its much-awaited new album ‘Beyond Kismat’ across Pakistan today, May 30, after a gap of five years.
JoSH’s new album, rightly titled ‘Beyond Kismat’ is a blend of traditional Punjabi Tarka fused with western beats and rock music of modern sound which the band hopes will evolve the positive energy for the listeners. The message of ‘Beyond Kismat’ is embedded in its title that ‘destiny is in your own hands.’
Duo of Rupinder Magon (Rup) and Qurram Hussain (Q) has not only exemplified themselves as the music icon of love, peace and unity but also entertained their fans with quality music across the borders. Their songs showcase both modern and traditional Bhangra beats and music, but are strongly influenced by hip hop and pop music. Keeping in consideration the love for Pakistani people, Rup and Q have decided to launch their album in Pakistan first and later on in India, Bangladesh, Middle East, Canada and Europe.
The album is a result of an untiring efforts and hard work which spanned over five years to bring the best music of different genres. The album is being launched without any record label.
After launching ‘Beyond Kismat’ on May 30 in Pakistan, JoSH will travel extensively to launch their album in Dhaka, Mumbai, Dubai, United States and Canada. In the second phase which probably will start in July, JoSH will be back in the sub-continent to perform at concerts that will be held in Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad, Mumbai, Indian Punjab and other cities of Pakistan and India.
The significance of JoSH’s music has always been the fact that their music sees no cultural, religious and geographical boundaries. In its fair attempt to unite people of the two countries with their music, JoSH has endeavoured its journey for regional peace and prosperity through music.
The new album carries nine tracks, including eight songs fabricated with one remix. The pair of Indo-Pak singers will be rocking on eight songs; “Qatilana,” spiced up with JoSH version of RD Burman song Yeh Zameen blended with romantic songs “Achi Ajeeb Ho Tum,” “Meri Rahoon Main” and then Rup showing his extravaganza on Punjabi beats in songs “Pyar Ho Gaya” “Kuriye” and “Hun Te Main” and then light musical songs.The news