Kamli Da Dhola
Hadiqa Kiani’s new record “Kamli Da Dhola” has been released. The songs is offering live instruments and it has no autotune in it.
As per a previousl press release, WAJD – Level 1 will deliver 8 grades available in pristine organic and natural form in a live studio format, encapsulating a individuality of any presented musician and their particular instrument. “WAJD is not usually an audio tracks manuscript though a low-pitched head to that seeks to try mislaid customs, a leisure of tenure of an Eastern folk tradition, a individuality of any musician and instrument-free from a extraneous and over-processing of digital tracking and a stripping divided of showy arrangements to exhibit a elementary covering of low-pitched truth,” pronounced Hadiqa Kiani.
The Dupatta performer, who has obviously mastered a fine art of belting out visits in a accumulation of dialects, will be highlighting six informal dialects including Punjabi, Saraiki, Sindhi, Balochi, Pashto and Urdu. Kamli Da Dhola, a Saraiki section of a recording, is soulful and calming. Listen to a strain here: WAJD – Volume 1 audio chapters will be specifically expelled on Patari