List of Coke Studio (Pakistani TV program) episodes

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Coke Studio is a Pakistani television series featuring live music performances. The program focuses on a fusion of the diverse musical influences in Pakistan, including eastern classical, folk, and contemporary popular music. Following is the list of its episodes released till the date along with the songs and singers in correspondence with the seasons and its respective episodes.

Seasons[edit]

Season 1 (2008)[edit]

The first season of Coke Studio began on 7 June 2008 and ended on 4 August 2008. The show was produced by The Coca-Cola Company and Rohail Hyatt. The production team included Rohail Hyatt as the executive producer along with Umber Hyatt being the producer of the show. Natasha De Souza and Naseer-ud-din Wasif served as production team members.

Artists featuring in the show included, Rahat Fateh Ali Khan, Ali Azmat, Ali Zafar, Ustaad H. B Gullo, Saieen Tufail Ahmed, Strings, Sajid & Zeeshan, Saba & Selina and Mauj. The show also featured a house band which had some of the high-profile musicians in the country including, Omran Shafique on guitars, Kamran Zafar on bass guitars, Zeeshan Parwez on keyboards and turntables, Louis 'Gumby' Pinto on drums. Other members of the house band included, Saba Shabbir, Athar Sani and Selina Rashid on backing vocals along with Babar Khanna, Zulfiq 'Shazee' Ahmed Khan and The Abdul Latif Band on percussions.

The first episode aired on 8 June, followed by the second episode on 29 June. The third episode was aired on all locals channels on 20 July and the show came to an end on 4 August, which also rebroadcast three songs, "Sar Kiye" by Strings, "Garaj Baras" by Ali Azmat featuring Rahat Fateh Ali Khan and "Allah Hu" by Tufail Ahmed and Ali Zafar, from the previous episodes.

List of Songs[edit]

# Release Date [N 1] Song(s) Artist(s) Lyricist Language(s) Ref.
Title In Nastaʿlīq [N 2]
Episode 1
1 8 June 2008 Deewana Ali Azmat
2 Garaj Baras Ali Azmat & Rahat Fateh Ali Khan
3 Gallan Ali Azmat
4 Shaman Paiyan Rahat Fateh Ali Khan
5 Balama Ali Azmat & Rahat Fateh Ali Khan
6 Paheliyan Mauj
Episode 2
7 29 June 2008 I'm in Love (I'm a Believer) Saba and Selina
8 Sar Kiye Strings
9 Anjane Strings
10 Duur Strings, Hussain Bakhsh Gullo & House Band
11 Zinda Strings
12 Jam Session Hussain Bakhsh Gullo & House Band
Episode 3
13 20 July 2008 Janay Na Koi Ali Zafar
14 Chal Dil Meray Ali Zafar
15 Channo Ali Zafar
16 Rangeen Ali Zafar
17 My Happiness Sajid & Zeeshan
18 Allah Hu Ali Zafar & Tufail Ahmed
Episode 4
19 4 August 2008 Percussion Jam House Band
20 Dildara Rahat Fateh Ali Khan
21 Flute Jam Various Artists
22 Mein Challa Ali Azmat
23 Garaj Baras Ali Azmat & Rahat Fateh Ali Khan
24 Dhaani Strings & Hussain Baskhsh Gullo
25 Sar Kiye Strings
26 Allah Hu Ali Zafar & Tufail Ahmed


Season 2 (2009)[edit]

The second series of Coke Studio included notable differences from the first series, including the fact that the live audiences were excluded. The series also ran for longer, this time there were five episodes in total and in each episode there were five or more performances by the featuring artists. Rohail Hyatt returned as the executive producer along with Umber Hyatt as the producer of the show. This series also saw an increase in the number of musicians in the house band. The house band included, Asad Ahmed and Omran Shafique on guitars along with Kamran Zafar on bass guitars, two new members included Jaffar Zaidi on keyboards and Javed Iqbal on violin whereas Louis 'Gumby' Pinto returned on drums and on dholak was Sikander Inam. Other musicians included Natasha De Sousa and Saba Shabbir on backing vocals and on percussions were Babar Khanna, Waris 'Baloo' Ali and Zulfiq 'Shazee' Ahmed Khan.

This series also featured some well known guest musicians which included, sitar player Rakae Jamil, flutist Baqir Abbas, sarangi player Gul Mohammad, Gupreet Channa on tablas and Sadiq Sameer playing the rubab. Also, the second season featured Ali Zafar and Strings performing for the second time at Coke Studio as they were also part of the first season.

The second season began on 14 June 2009 and ended on the Independence Day of Pakistan, 14 August. Each episode was given an individual title and the titles per episode were; Individuality, Harmony, Equality, Spirit and Unity respectively.

List of Songs[edit]

# Release Date [N 1] Song(s) Artist(s) Lyricist Language(s) Ref.
Title In Nastaʿlīq [N 2]
Episode 1 - Individuality
1 14 June 2009 Aik Alif Saieen Zahoor & Noori Bulleh Shah Punjabi
2 Aj Latha Naeeo Javed Bashir Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan Punjabi
3 Jal Pari Atif Aslam Atif Aslam Urdu
4 Khamaaj Shafqat Amanat Ali Khan Khamaj Braj
5 Paimona Zeb and Haniya Omar Khayyam Persian
Episode 2 - Harmony
6 28 June 2009 Aankhon Kay Sagar Shafqat Amanat Ali Khan Shafqat Amanat Ali Khan Punjabi
7 Dastaan Ali Zafar Ali Zafar, Bulleh Shah Punjabi
8 Janay Do Josh Josh Urdu
9 Kinara Atif Aslam & Riaz Ali Khan Atif Aslam & Riaz Ali Khan Punjabi & Urdu
10 Toomba Saieen Zahoor Saieen Zahoor Punjabi
Episode 3 - Equality
11 12 July 2009 Bari Barsi Josh Folk Punjabi
12 Chal Diyay Zeb and Haniya & Javed Bashir Haniya Aslam Urdu
13 Jo Meray Noori Noori Urdu
14 Wasta Pyar Da Atif Aslam Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan Punjabi & Urdu
15 Yaar Daddi Ali Zafar Ustaad Muhammad Juman Sindhi
Episode 4 - Spirit
16 26 July 2009 Bulleya Riaz Ali Khan Folk Punjabi
17 Chup Zeb and Haniya Zeb and Haniya Urdu
18 Mahi Ve Josh & Shafqat Amanat Ali Khan Josh Punjabi
19 Mai Ne Atif Aslam Folk Punjabi
20 Saari Raat Noori Noori Urdu
Episode 5 - Unity
21 14 August 2009 Humain Kya Hua Atif Aslam Atif Aslam Urdu
22 Husn-e-Haqiqi Arieb Azhar Khwaja Ghulam Farid Punjabi & Urdu
23 Kedaar Noori Noori Urdu
24 Kuch Ajab Khail Shafqat Amanat Ali Khan Braj
25 Nahi Ray Nahi Ali Zafar Ali Zafar Urdu
26 Rona Chor Dia Zeb and Haniya & Javed Bashir Zeb and Haniya Urdu
27 Titliyan Strings Strings Urdu

Season 3 (2010)[edit]

Coke Studio returned for its third series on 1 June 2010. Rohail Hyatt continued as the executive producer along with Umber Hyatt as the producer of the show. The production team included Naseer-ud-din Wasif as the technical manager, Zeeshan Parwez assisted by Adnan Malik on video production, Danial Hyatt on visual and animations and Selina Rashid with her firm Lotus as public relations.

The third season also saw a change in the house band as Natasha De Souza was replaced by Sanam Saeed and Zoe Viccaji who joined Saba Shabbir on backing vocals. Sikander Mufti joined the crew on percussions with Babar Khanna and Zulfiq 'Shazee' Ahmed Khan. Asad Ahmed and Omran Shafique returned as guitarists along with Kamran Zafar on bass. Jaffar Ali Zaidi and Javed Iqbal stayed on keyboards and violin respectively whereas Gumby remained as the drummer of the show.

This series also featured some well-known guest musicians which included, flutist Baqir Abbas, Sagar Veena player Noor Zehra and Sadiq Sameer playing the rubab. Also, the third season featured a return of Noori, Zeb and Haniya and Arieb Azhar, who were also part of second season of the show. The third season featured five episodes which are titled as Reason, Will, Conception, Form and Realisation, respectively.

List of Songs[edit]

# Release Date [N 1] Song(s) Artist(s) Lyricist Language(s) Ref.
Title In Nastaʿlīq [N 2]
Reason : Episode 1
1 01 June 2010 Na Raindee Hai نہ رہندی اے Arieb Azhar Bulleh Shah Punjabi
2 Ramooz-e-Ishq رموزِ عشق Abida Parveen Bedam Shah Warsi, Mir Dard & Iqbal Punjabi
3 Alif Allah الف اللہ Arif Lohar ft. Meesha Shafi Sultan Bahu Punjabi
4 Yaadein یادیں Karavan Karavan Urdu
5 Bibi Sanam بی بی صنم Zeb and Haniya Folk Persian
Will : Episode 2
6 17 June 2010 Aisha عائشہ Amanat Ali Urdu
7 Moomal Raano مومل راڻو Fakir Juman Shah Shah Abdul Latif Bhittai Sindhi
8 Tan Dole تن ڈولے Noori ft. Zeb and Haniya Noori Urdu
9 Bolo Bolo بولو بولو Entity Paradigm Sajjad Ali Urdu
10 Nainaan de Aakhe نیناں دے آکھے Rizwan & Muazzam Shah Hussain Punjabi
Conception : Episode 3
11 04 July 2010 Pritam پریتم Sanam Marvi Rajasthani Folk Braj & Marwari
12 Chori Chori چوری چوری Meesha Shafi Reshma Punjabi
13 Mori Araj Suno موری ارج سنو Tina Sani ft. Arieb Azhar Faiz Ahmad Faiz Braj, Punjabi & Urdu
14 Sultanat سلطنت Aunty Disco Project Aunty Disco Project Urdu
15 Nigah-e-Darwaishan نگاہِ درویشاں Abida Parveen Bulleh Shah, Seemab Akbarabadi & Sultan Bahu Punjabi & Urdu
Form : Episode 4
16 14 July 2010 Hor Vi Neevan Ho ہور وی نیواں ہو Noori Shah Hussain Punjabi
17 Kaisay Mumkin Hai کیسے ممکن ہے Karavan Karavan Urdu
18 Nazaar Eyle Zeb and Haniya Folk Turkish
19 Haq Maujood حق موجود Sanam Marvi ft. Amanat Ali Bulleh Shah, Khwaja Ghulam Farid, Sachal Sarmast & Shah Hussain Persian, Punjabi & Siraiki
20 Mirza Saahibaan Arif Lohar Folk Punjabi
Realisation : Episode 5
21 31 July 2010 Ay Watan ke Sajeele Jawaano اے وطن کے سجیلے جوانو Amanat Ali Jamiluddin Aali Urdu
22 Soz-e-Ishq سوزِ عشق Abida Parveen Bulleh Shah, Kabir & Sultan Bahu Braj, Punjabi & Urdu
23 Jana Jogi De Naal جانا جوگی دے نال Zeb and Haniya & Rizwan and Muazzam Bulleh Shah Punjabi
24 Nawai Ney نوائے نے Tina Sani Maulana Rumi Urdu
25 Manzil-e-Sufi منزلِ صوفی Sanam Marvi Sachal Sarmast Siraiki

Season 4 (2011)[edit]

Rohail Hyatt and his wife Umber Hyatt remained as the producers of the show. The house band recruited drummer Raheel Manzar Paul and vocalist Rachel Viccaji. The house band saw Sanam Saeed and Saba Shabbir leaving the band and the rest of the house band remained unchanged.

Sanam Marvi made a return to the fourth season of the show performing for the second time at Coke Studio, she first appeared in the previous season. Other featured artists in the fourth season included Bilal Khan, progressive metal band Mizraab, Balouchi folk singer Akhtar Chanal Zahri, pop rock band Jal from Lahore, Kaavish, Qawwal group of Fareed Ayaz & Abu Muhammad, Asif Hussain Samraat, Komal Rizvi, Sajjad Ali, Mole, QB and eastern classical Punjabi singer Attaullah Khan Esakhelvi.

The second season began on 22 May 2011 and ended on 17 July 2011, featuring a total of five episodes.

List of Songs[edit]

# Release Date [N 1] Song(s) Artist(s) Lyricist Language(s) Ref.
Title In Nastaʿlīq [N 2]
Episode 1
1 19 May 2011 To Kia Hua تو کيا ہوا Bilal Khan Bilal Khan Urdu [1]
2 Kuch Hai کچھ ہے Mizraab Adnan Ahmed Urdu
3 Daanah Pah Daanah دانہ پہ دانہ Akhtar Chanal Zahri ft. Komal Rizvi Akhtar Chanal Zahri Brahui, Balochi, Persian, Punjabi & Urdu
4 Ik Aarzu اک آرزو Jal Goher Mumtaz & Bulleh Shah Punjabi & Urdu
5 Sighṛa Aaween سگھڑا آويں Sanam Marvi Sachal Sarmast & Sultan Bahu Punjabi & Siraiki
Episode 2
6 01 June 2012 Kirkir Kirkir کڑکڑ کڑکڑ Sajjad Ali Sajjad Ali Punjabi [2]
7 Senraan Ra Baairya سینڑاں را بائریا Asif Hussain Samraat ft. Zoe Viccaji Rajasthani Folk Marwari
8 Ni Oothan Waale نی اوٹھاں والے Attaullah Khan Esakhelvi Bari Nizami Punjabi & Siraiki
9 Nindiya Re نندیا رے Kaavish Jaffer Ali Zaidi Urdu
10 Kangna کنگنا Fareed Ayaz & Abu Muhammad Mirza Qateel & Bedam Shah Warsi Braj & Persian
Episode 3
11 17 June 2012 Baageshri Mole Instrumental [3]
12 Lamha لمحہ Bilal Khan Bilal Khan Urdu
13 Ith Naheen اتھ نہیں Sanam Marvi Sachal Sarmast Urdu & Siraiki
14 Panchi پنچھی Jal ft. Quratulain Balouch Goher Mumtaz Urdu & Punjabi
15 Mundari مندری Ustaad Naseer-ud-Din Saami Folk Braj
Episode 4
16 01 July 2011 Mandh منڌ The Sketches Shah Latif Pashto [4]
17 Pyaar Naal پیار نال Attaullah Khan Esakhelvi Afzal Aajiz Urdu & Siraiki
18 Nar Bait نڑ بیت Akhtar Chanal Zahri Ustaad Ishaq Soz & Sherzaad Brahui & Balochi
19 Lambi Judaai لمبی جدائی Komal Rizvi Urdu
20 Rang Laaga رنگ لاگا Sajjad Ali ft. Sanam Marvi Amir Khusrau, Ali Moeen & Sajjad Ali Braj & Punjabi
Episode 5
21 15 July 2011 Beero Binjaaro بیرو بنجارو Asif Hussain Samraat Rajasthani Folk Marwari [5]
22 Mori Bangri موری بنگری Fareed Ayaz & Abu Muhammad Folk Braj

Season 5 (2012)[edit]

Coke Studio returned for its fifth series on 13 May 2012. Rohail Hyatt and Umber Hyatt continued as producers of the show. Among the house band, Louis 'Gumby' Pinto left the show due to his being the executive producer of the show Uth Records by Ufone. Jaffer Ali Zaidi also left the show and was replaced by Mubashir Admani. Raheel Manzar Paul and Zulfiq 'Shazee' Ahmed Khan also left the show. Farhad Humuyun was recruited as the new drummer for the fifth series.

The fifth season saw a return of Bilal Khan, Fareed Ayaz & Abu Muhammad, Atif Aslam and Meesha Shafi, all artists having performed previously on Coke Studio. The series also featured international rap musician Bohemia, rock bands Overload and SYMT from Lahore, Punjabi singer Hadiqa Kiani, Pushto pop singer Hamayoon Khan, progressive rock band Qayaas from Islamabad, singers Uzair Jaswal and Rachel Viccaji. Folk singers Tahir Mithu and Chakwal group are also featured artists.

List of Songs[edit]

# Release Date [N 1] Song(s) Artist(s) Lyricist Language(s) Ref.
Title In Nastaʿlīq [N 2]
Episode 1
1 13 May 2012 Paisay Da Nasha پیسے دا نشہ Bohemia Bohemia Punjabi [6]
2 Tum Kaho تم کہو Symt Haroon Shahid Urdu
3 Kamlee کملی Hadiqa Kiani Bulleh Shah Punjabi
4 Larsha Pekhawar Ta لارشا پیخوار تا Hamayoon Khan Pastho folk Pashto
5 Charkha Nolakha چرخہ نَو لکھا Atif Aslam & Qayaas Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan Punjabi
Episode 2
6 27 May 2012 Khabaram Raseeda خبرم رسیدہ Fareed Ayaz & Abu Muhammad Amir Khusrau Urdu & Persian [7]
7 Larho Mujhey لڑھو مجھے Bilal Khan Bilal Khan Urdu
8 Rabba Sacheya لڑھو مجھے Atif Aslam Faiz Ahmad Faiz & Khwaja Ghulam Farid Punjabi
9 Pere Pavandi Saan پیرے پواندی ساں Tahir Mithu Shah Abdul Latif Bhittai Sindhi
10 Ishq Aap Bhe Awalla عشق آپ بھی اولّا Chakwal Group & Meesha Shafi Sufi Poetry Punjabi
Episode 3
11 10 June 2012 Nindiya Ke Paar نندیا کے پار Uzair Jaswal Yasir Jaswal Braj, Punjabi & Urdu
12 Rung رنگ Hadiqa Kiani Amir Khusrau Braj
13 Neray Aah نیڑھے آ Overload & Rachel Viccaji Punjabi
14 School Di Kitaab سکول دی کتاب Bohemia Bohemia Punjabi
15 Taaray تارے Bilal Khan Bilal Khan Urdu
Episode 4
16 24 June 2012 Tora Bahraam Khaana تورا بہرام خانہ Hamayoon Khan Pastho folk Pashto
17 Rung رنگ Fareed Ayaz & Abu Muhammad Amir Khusrau Braj
18 Bolay بولے Uzair Jaswal Uzair Jaswal Urdu
19 Kandyaari Dhol Geet کندیاری ڈھول گیت Bohemia & Chakwal Group Aziz Lohar Punjabi
20 Dholna ڈولنا Atif Aslam Atif Aslam & Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan Braj, Punjabi & Urdu
Episode 5
21 08 July 2012 Koi Labda کوئی لبدا Symt & Sanam Marvi Haroon Shahid, Hasan Omer & Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan Punjabi
22 Wah Wah Jhulara واہ واہ جھولارا Chakwal Group Folk Punjabi
23 Dasht-E-Tanhai دشتِ تنہائی Meesha Shafi Faiz Ahmad Faiz Urdu
24 Mahi ماہی Overload Overload Punjabi
25 Seher سہر Farhan Rais Khan Instrumental
  1. ^ a b c d e This column only contains digitally broadcast dates of song/episode.
  2. ^ a b c d e Nastaʿlīq is a writing-style specially for Urdu language, since Urdu is the lingua franca of Pakistan, this column contains names of songs written in Nastaʿlīq script.

Season 6 (2013)[edit]

Rohail Hyatt and Umber Hyatt continued as producers of the show. Among the house band, Louis 'Gumby' Pinto & Jaffer Ali Zaidi returned to the show on drums and keyboards respectively after their absence from last season. Other members included Asad Ahmed on guitar,Babar Ali Khanna on dholak,Kamran ‘Mannu’ Zafar on bass,Sikandar Mufti on percussions and drums, Omran Shafique on guitar and Zoe Viccaji and Rachel Viccaji on backing vocals The houseband also featured international musicians for the first time in show's history,from countries like Italy, Serbia, Nepal, Turkey, Bangladesh, Morocco and Norway.

The sixth season saw a return of artists like Atif Aslam, Ali Azmat, Zeb & Haniya, Sanam Marvi and Saieen Zahoor. This season marked the first time for foreign artists to be featured on the show,with the likes of Sweden-based Balochi singer Rostam Mirlashari and Turkish singer Sumru Ağıryürüyen.

List of Songs[edit]

# Release Date[a] Song(s) Artist(s) Lyricist Language(s) Ref.
Title In Native[b]
Singles
1 20 October 2013 Jogi جوگی Fariha Pervez & Muazzam Ali Khan Baba Bulleh Shah Punjabi [8]
2 24 October 2013 Laili Jaan لیلی جان Zeb and Haniya Ahmad Zahir Persian [9]
Episode 1
3 26 October 2013 Khayaal خیال Umair Jaswal Umair Jaswal Urdu [10]
4 Babu Bhai بابو بھائی Ali Azmat Yawar Mian Urdu
5 Rabba Ho ربّا ہو Saieen Zahoor ft. Sanam Marvi Sachchal Sarmast & Shah Latif Bhitai Punjabi & Persian
Episode 2
6 23 November 2013 Laage Re Nain لاگے رے نیناں Ayesha Omar Raga Poorbi [11]
7 Tori Chab / Abhogi توری چھب Rustam Fateh Ali Khan & Sumru Ağıryürüyen Raga Braj & Turkish
8 Ishq Di Booti بوٹی عشق دی Abrar Ul Haq Abrar Ul Haq Punjabi
Episode 3
9 7 December 2013 Neer Bharan نیر بھرن Zara Madani ft. Muazzam Ali Khan Raga Braj [12]
10 Channa چنّاں Atif Aslam Raga Punjabi
11 Yaar Vekho یار ویکھو Sanam Marvi Sultan Bahu & Sachchal Sarmast Punjabi
12 Raat Gaey رات گئے Zoe Viccaji Sabir Zafar Urdu
Episode 4
13 21 December 2013 Aamay Bhashalli Rey আমায় ভাসাইলি রে Alamgir & Fariha Pervez Bengali Folk Bengali & Braj [13]
14 Laila O Laila لیلیٰ ءُ لیلیٰ Rostam Mirlashari Balochi Folk Balochi
15 Ishq Kinara عشق کنارہ Zoe Viccaji ft. Sumru Ağıryürüyen Sabir Zafar Urdu & Turkish
16 Mahi Gal کدے آ و ے ماہی Asad Abbas ft. Fariha Pervez Sufi Folk Punjabi & Persian
Episode 5
17 4 January 2014 Miyan Ki Malhaar میاں کی ملہار Ayesha Omer, Fariha Pervez & Zara Madani Raga Braj [14]
18 Moray Naina مورے نیناں Zara Madani Asim Raza Braj
19 Sawaal – Kande Utte Ali Azmat & Muazzam Ali Khan Shiv Kumar Batalvi Urdu & Punjabi
20 Allah Hu الله ہو Saieen Zahoor & Abrar Ul Haq Sufi Folklore Punjabi
  1. ^ This column only contains digitally broadcast dates of song/episode.
  2. ^ Nastaʿlīq is a writing-style specially for Urdu language, since Urdu is the lingua franca of Pakistan, this column contains names of songs written in Nastaʿlīq script.

Season 7 (2014)[edit]

Season seven is produced by Strings (band)[15] as previous seasons producer Rohail Hyatt quits on 22 January 2014.[16] while Coca-Cola returns as an executive producer. The band's duo, Bilal Maqsood and Faisal Kapadia produced the show for the first time, while they briefly appeared as featured artists in season one and season two, the duo took three months to complete the production of series.[17] Season featured twenty-three artists, twenty-two musicians and twenty-eight songs.[18] Also season is revamped with new house bands which includes, musicians, backing vocalists and guest musicians.[19]

Previously it was scheduled to premiere on 7 September 2014 but was delayed due to an ongoing political crisis which has caught the media attention everywhere.[20] Season premiered under the tagline of Sound of the Nation.[21]

List of Songs[edit]

# Release Date [N 1] Song(s) performed Artist(s) Language(s) Ref.
Title In Nastaʿlīq [N 2]
Episode 1
1 20 September 2014 Sab Aakho Ali Ali سب آکھو علی علی Asrar Punjabi [22]
2 Tum Naraz Ho تم ناراض ہو Sajjad Ali Urdu
3 Lai Beqadaraan Naal Yaari لائی بے قدراں نال یاری Niazi Brothers Punjabi
4 Mein Sufi Hoon میں صوفی ہوں Abida Parveen & Ustad Raees Khan Braj, Punjabi & Urdu
Episode 2
5 27 September 2014 Washmallay وش ملّے Komal Rizvi, Akhtar Chanal Zahri & Momin Durrani Balochi & Brahui [23]
6 Phool Banro پھول بنڑو Humira Channa & Abbas Ali Khan Marwari
7 Chehra چہرہ Zohaib Hassan Urdu
8 Charkha چرخہ Javed Bashir Punjabi
Episode 3
9 4 October 2014 Jhoolay Laal جھولے لال Sajjad Ali & Fariha Pervez Punjabi [24]
10 Balori بلوری Meesha Shafi Punjabi
11 Nadiya ندیا Jimmy Khan & Rahma Ali Urdu
12 Dost دوست Abida Parveen Urdu
Episode 4
13 11 October 2014 Shakar Wandaan Re شکر ونڈاں رے Asrar Punjabi [25]
14 Ambwa Talay امبوا تلے Humaira Channa & Javed Bashir Braj
15 Dheeray Dheeray دھیرے دھیرے Zohaib Hassan Urdu
16 Bone Shaker Usman Riaz Instrumental
Episode 5
17 18 October 2014 Mujhay Baar Baar مجھے بار بار Abbas Ali Khan Urdu [26]
18 Pehla Pyar پہلا پیار Jimmy Khan Urdu
19 Mitti Da Pehlwan مٹّی دا پلوان Jawad Ahmad Punjabi
20 Kheryaan De Naal کھیڑیاں Niazi Brothers Punjabi
Episode 6
21 15 November 2014 Yaad یاد Javed Bashir Siraiki [27]
22 Chaap Tilak چھاپ تلک Abida Parveen & Rahat Fateh Ali Khan Braj
23 Jaana جاناں Zohaib Hassan & Zoe Viccaji Urdu
24 Descent to the Ocean Floor Usman Riaz Instrumental
Episode 7
25 22 November 2014 Suth Gaana گانا سٹھ Sajjad Ali Punjabi [28]
26 Pani Da Bulbula بلبال دا پانی Abrar-ul-Haq Punjabi
27 Za Sta Pashan Na Yam یم نه پشان سته ځه Naseer And Shahab Pashto
28 Hans Dhuni Ustad Raees Khan Instrumental

Season 8 (2015)[edit]

The debut producers of season 7, Strings duo and series regular producer Coca-Cola continued their journey as producers in this season. Earlier, rumours were made that Rohail Hyatt will be back as a producer this season but he denied rumors saying "Just for the record, I’m not producing the next season of Coke Studio Pakistan (2015). I think the BBC interview is being interpreted by some as if I am producing this season. What I meant to say was that I would like to produce my 7th season of Coke Studio one day. I hope this clears any confusion".[29] The lead bassist Khalid Khan, was ruled out of season 8 due to cervical pain, who was replaced by Kamran ‘Mannu’ Zafar.[30] Season would feature seven episodes comprising thirty-one artists, thirteen musicians and twenty-eight songs.[31]

It aired a weekly episode every Sunday on various channels across Pakistan. Season was revived under the tagline of The Sound of Nation.

Initial promo song[edit]

On 4 August 2015 a special tribute to Sohail Rana & Masroor Anwar was presented by reproducing their patriotic song "Sohni Dharti"[32] as a part of Pakistan's 68th Independence celebration.[33] Season also released the promo with the tribute under the tagline of 'Celebrating the spirit of Independence'.[34] "Sohni Dharti" featured all the artists that were scheduled to lined-up for this season.[35] The promo and tribute release were met with extravagant reception from all over the world.[36] "Sohni Dharti" went viral with in 24-hours of it release, earning wide spread acclaim.[37] The song was declared as "the best of what Coke Studio has ever offered".[38][39]

List of Songs[edit]

# Song(s) performed Artist(s) Language(s) Release Date [note 1] Ref.
Title In Nastaʿlīq [note 2]
Promo song
1 Sohni Dharti سوہنی دھرتی Season's Featured artists Urdu 4 August 2015 [40]
Episode 1
2 Aankharli Pharookai آنکھڑلی پھڑوکے Karam Abbas & Mai Dhai Braj, Marwari & Punjabi 16 August 2015 [41]
3 Bewajah بے وجہ Nabeel Shaukat Ali Urdu
4 Sayon سیّو Mekaal Hasan Band Punjabi
5 Tajdar-e-Haram تاجدارِ حرم Atif Aslam Arabic, Braj, Persian & Urdu
Episode 2
6 Sakal Ban سکل بن Rizwan & Muazzam Ali Khan Braj 22 August 2015 [42]
7 Sammi Meri Waar سمّی میری وار Qurat-ul-Ain Balouch & Umair Jaswal Punjabi & Urdu
8 Chiryan da Chamba چڑیاں دا چمبا Suraiya Khanum & Anwar Maqsood Punjabi & Urdu
9 Rockstar روکسٹار Ali Zafar English, Punjabi & Urdu
Episode 3
10 Man Aamadeh Am هن آهدہ ام Atif Aslam & Gul Panra Persian & Urdu 29 August 2015 [43]
11 Umran Langiyaan عمراں لنگھیاں Ali Sethi & Nabeel Shaukat Ali Siraiki & Punjabi
12 Neun La Leya نیوں لا لیا Kaavish Punjabi
13 Rung Jindri رنگ جندڑی Arif Lohar Punjabi
Episode 4
14 Rabba Ho ربّا ہو Mulazim Hussain Punjabi & Urdu 5 September 2015 [44]
15 Khari Neem کھڑی نیم Siege Marwari & Urdu
16 Piya Dehkan Ko پیا دیکھن کو Nafees Ahmed Khan & Ustad Hamid Ali Khan Braj
17 Ae Dil اے دل Sara Haider & Ali Zafar English & Urdu
Episode 5
18 Hina Ki Khushbu حنا کی خوشبو Asim Azhar & Samra Khan Punjabi & Urdu 13 September 2015 [45]
19 Khalis Makhan خالص مکّھن Bakhshi Brothers Punjabi
20 Kinaray کنارے Mekaal Hasan Band Urdu
21 Rangeela رنگیلا Ali Azmat Urdu
Episode 6
22 Ve Baneya وے بنیا Fizza Javed & Mulazim Punjabi & Urdu 19 September 2015 [46]
23 Hare Hare Baans ہرے ہرے بنس Rizwan, Muazzam & Shazia Manzoor
24 Jiya Karay جیا کرے Sara Raza & Ali Haider Urdu
25 Kadi Aao Ni کڈے آوو Atif Aslam & Mai Dhai Punjabi & Urdu
Episode 7
26 Armaan ارماں Siege & Alycia Dias Urdu 3 October 2015 [47]
27 Ajj Din Vehre Vich وچ اجّ دن ویہڑے Ali Zafar Punjabi & Urdu
28 Dil Jale دل جلے Malang Party Urdu
29 Aaj Jaane Ki Zid Na Karo آج جانے کی ضد نہ کرو Farida Khanum Urdu
  1. ^ This column only contains digitally broadcast dates of song/episode.
  2. ^ Nastaʿlīq is a writing-style specially for Urdu language, since Urdu is the lingua franca of Pakistan, this column contains names of songs written in Nastaʿlīq script.

Season 9 (2016)[edit]

The ninth season of Coke Studio was again produced by the band Strings and Coca-Cola Company, with six music directors, Noori, Shani Arshad, Jaffer Zaidi, Faakhir, Shiraz Uppal and Shuja Haider. This was the first time in the history of Coke Studio that six musicians served as music directors. The ninth season debuted on 13 August, and its final episode aired on 2 September 2016. Qawwal singer Amjad Sabri, marked his first and final appearance on Coke Studio with the song "Rang". His song was aired posthumously, as he was killed in a gun-firing on 22 June 2016, before the seasons airing.[48][49] Also in the season, the Indian singer Shilpa Rao, marked her debut on Coke Studio Pakistan, becoming the first singer from India to feature on a Pakistani musical series.[50]

Initial promo song[edit]

On 3 August 2016, Coke Studio begin with the promotion of the song "Zalima Coca Cola Pila De". Originally sung by Noor Jehan, the song was recreated by the years featured artists Umair Jaswal and Meesha Shafi.[51] Like the previous season, Coke Studio aired another patriotic song "Ay Rah-e-Haq Haq K Shaheedo" on 6 August 2016 for the celebration of the 69th Independence Day of Pakistan. The song was a tribute to the Pakistan Army as well as to those who lost their lives during the partition of India. The song was aired with the theme "Dedicated to those who sacrifice their todays for our tomorrows", and a monologue voiceover of filmmaker Shahzad Nawaz:

،یہ ہے تمہارے نام
It is for you,
،اس مٹی کے بہتے لہو کے نام
For the running blood of this soil,
،میرے دل میں بسے جان سے پیارے
For the beloved that is in my heart,
پاکستان کے نام۔
For Pakistan.

Originally sung by Naseem Begum, the recreated version featured all the line-up artists, who were scheduled to feature in Coke Studio.[52] Upon release the song went viral on the internet, garnering more than five million viewers in less than five hours of its release. Additionally, the song received overwhelming response from both critics and the audience. The Indian newspaper Firstpost called the song "memorable".[53]

List of Songs[edit]

The season began airing its weekly episodes Saturdays and releasing all episodes digitally on Fridays a day prior to its original broadcast.

# Release Date [note 1] Song(s) Artist(s) Music Director(s) Lyricist Ref
In Roman Urdu In Nastaʿlīq [note 2]
Promo Song
1 5 August 2016 "Aye Rah-E-Haq Ke Shaheedo" Season's Featured artists & Music directors Strings Mushir Kazmi [54]
Episode 1
2 12 August 2016 "Sasu Mangay" "ساسو مانگے" Naseebo Lal & Umair Jaswal Shiraz Uppal Shakeel Sohail [55]
3 "Janay Na Tu" "جانے نہ تو" Ali Khan Jaffer Zaidi Ali Khan
4 "Aja Re Moray Saiyaan" "آ جا رے مورے سئیاں" Noori & Zebunnisa Bangash Noori Zehra Nigah
5 "Aaqa" "آقا" Abida Parveen & Ali Sethi Shuja Haider Khalid Mehmood Khalid, Waqas Siddiqui & Salman Azmi
Episode 2
6 19 August 2016 "Bholay Bhalay" "بھولے بھالے" Meesha Shafi Shani Arshad Sabir Zafar [56]
7 "Afreen Afreen" "آفریں آفریں" Momina Mustehsan & Rahat Fateh Ali Khan Faakhir Mehmood Javed Akhtar & F K Khalish
8 "Baliye (Laung Gawacha)" "بلیے (لونگ گواچہ) " Quratulain Balouch & Haroon Shahid Noori Khawaja Pervaiz & Haroon Shahid
9 "Man Kunto Maula" "مَن کُنتُ مولاہُ" Ali Azmat & Javed Bashir Jaffer Zaidi Sabir Zafar & Hazrat Ameer Khusro
Episode 3
10 26 August 2016 "Khaki Banda" "خاکی بندہ" Ahmed Jahanzeb & Umair Jaswal Shuja Haider Shuja Haider & Bulleh Shah [57]
11 "Dilruba Na Raazi" "دلربا نه راځي" Faakhir Mehmood & Zebunnisa Bangash Faakhir Mehmood Zaland Khan Mohammadzai & Sabir Zafar
12 "Tu Hi Tu" "تو ہی تو " Shiraz Uppal & Mehwish Hayat Shiraz Uppal Shakeel Sohail
13 "Maula-i Kull" "مولائے کلّ" Abida Parveen Shani Arshad Sabir Zafar &Lal Shahbaz Qalandar
Episode 4
14 2 September 2016 "Uddi Ja" "اڈّی جا" Mohsin Abbas Haider Jaffer Zaidi Mohsin Abbas Haider [58]
15 "Aaya Laariye" "آیا لاڑئیے" Naeem Abbas Rufi & Meesha Shafi Shuja Haider Traditional Folk & Saeed Gilani
16 "Paar Chanaa De" "پار چناں دے" Noori & Shilpa Rao Noori Traditional Folk
17 "Ala Baali" "علی بالي" Jabar Abbas & Nirmal Roy Shiraz Uppal Shakeel Sohail
Episode 5
18 9 September 2016 "Main Raasta" "میں راستہ" Junaid Khan & Momina Mustehsan Noori Junaid Khan & Momina Mustehsan [59]
19 "Shamaan Pai Gaiyaan / Kee Dam Da Bharosa" "شاماں پے گئیاں/کیہہ دم دا بھروسا " Kashif Ali & Rachel Viccaji Shiraz Uppal Abdhulah Chili & Saeed Gilani
20 "Sadaa" " سدا " Rahat Fateh Ali Khan Shani Arshad Javed Ali Khan
21 "Jhalliya" "جھلّیا " Javed Bashir, Shahzad Nawaz & Masuma Anwar Faakhir Bulleh Shah, Waris Shah, Sabir Zafar & Javed Bashir
Episode 6
22 16 September 2016 "Meri Meri" "میری میری" Rizwan Butt & Sara Haider Shani Arshad Bulleh Shah [60]
23 "Tera Woh Pyar (Nawazishein Karam)" "(تیرا وہ پیار (نوازشیں کرم" Asim Azhar & Momina Mustehsan Shuja Haider Naqash Hyder
24 "Anokha Laaḍla" "انوکھا لاڈلا" Basit Ali & Damia Farooq Faakhir Asad Muhammad Khan
25 "Lagi Bina / Chal Mele Noon Challiye" "چلّ میلے نوں چلّئیے / لگی بنا" Sanam Marvi & Saieen Zahoor Jaffer Zaidi Waris Shah
Season Finale
26 23 September 2016 "Sab Jag Soye" "سب جگ سوئے" Shuja Haider & Quratulain Balouch Shuja Haider Musheer Kazmi, Farhan Saeed, Momina Mustehsan & Saad Sultan [61]
27 "Tu Kuja Man Kuja" " تو کجا من کجا " Shiraz Uppal & Rafaqat Ali Khan Shiraz Uppal Muzaffar Warsi
28 "Nimma Nimma" "نمّا نمّا " Shani Arshad Shani Arshad Sabir Zafar
29 "O Re" "او رے" Noori Noori Noori
30 "Dil Kamla" "دل کملا" Faakhir Mehmood & Natasha Khan Faakhir Mehmmod Traditional Folk & Sabir Zafar
31 "Rang" "رنگ" Amjad Sabri & Rahat Fateh Ali Khan Shani Arshad Amir Khusrow
  1. ^ This column only contains digitally broadcast dates of song/episode.
  2. ^ Nastaʿlīq is a writing-style specially for Urdu language, since Urdu is the lingua franca of Pakistan, this column contains names of songs written in Nastaʿlīq script.

Season 10 (2017)[edit]

The tenth season of Coke Studio was produced by Strings and Coca-Cola Company. It started on 11 August 2017 and ended on It had nine music directors. Shuja Haider, Shani Arshad and Jaffer Zaidi returned with Ali Hamza of band Noori, Meekal Hassan of Meekal Hassan Band, Salman Ahmad of Junoon, Sahir Ali Bagga, Sajjad Ali made their debut as music director. Strings also directed three songs, while also being producers of Coke Studio. A special tribute was given to Mehdi Hassan, Master Inayat Hussain, Noor Jehan, Aamir Zaki, Faiz Ahmed Faiz, Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, JJ Khan and Vital Signs. Junaid died in a plane crash. Aamir last time appeared in the song Naina Moray before he died of a cardiac arrest. Strings also made an appearance in the song Us Rah Par. They decided to stop adopting this format after this season.

Initial promo song[edit]

Just like last two seasons, Coke Studio launched Pakistan National Anthem on 5 August 2017. It was launched to celebrate the 70 years of Pakistan. It featured season artists as well as the music directors. It managed to gain positive reviews.

List of Songs[edit]

# Release Date [note 1] Song(s) Artist(s) Music Director(s) Notes Ref.
In Roman Urdu In Nastaʿlīq [note 2]
Promo song (4 August)
1 4 August 2017 "Qaumi Taranah" "پاک سر زمین" Season's ft. artistes Strings Written by Hafeez Jullundhri to celebrate the 70 years of Pakistan; originally composed by Ahmed Ghulamali Chagla[a]
2 "Us Rah Par" "اُس راہ پر" Atif Aslam Jaffer Zaidi Tribute to the singer JJ Khan & Vital Signs
Episode 1
3 11 August 2017 "Allahu Akbar" "الله اكبر" Shafqat Amanat Ali Khan & Ahmed Jahanzeb Shuja Haider Written by Shuja Haider [62]
4 "Chaa Rahi Kaali Ghata" "چھا رہی کالی گھٹا" Hina Nasrullah & Amanat Ali Sahir Ali Bagga Originally sung by Begum Akhtar
5 "Muntazir" "منتظر" Momina Mustehsan & Danyal Zafar Strings Written by Strings
6 "Ranjish Hi Sahi" "رنجش ہی صییح" Ali Sethi Jaffer Zaidi Tribute to the singer Mehdi Hassan
Episode 2
7 18 August 2017 "Tinak Dhin" "تنک دھن" Ali Hamza, Ali Sethi & Waqar Ehsin Ali Hamza Written by Ali Hamza [63]
8 "Sayonee" "سیونی" Junoon, Rahat Fateh Ali Khan & Ali Noor Salman Ahmed Originally performed by Junoon
9 "Faasle" "فاصلے" Kaavish & Quratulain Balouch Jaffer Zaidi Written by Jaffer Zaidi
10 "Jaan-e-Bahaaraan" "جانِ بہادااں" Ali Zafar Shuja Haider Tribute to the composer Master Inayat Hussain
Episode 3
11 25 August 2017 "Laal Meri Pat" "لال میری پت" Quratulain Balouch, Arieb Azhar & Akbar Ali Strings Originally sung by Ustaad Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan [64]
12 "Ronay Na Diya" "رونے نہ دیا" Sajjad Ali & Zaw Ali Sajjad Ali Originally sung by Begum Akhtar
13 "Baazi" "بازی" Sahir Ali Bagga & Aima Baig Sahir Ali Bagga Sindhi folk song
14 "Mujhse Pehli Si Mohabbat" "مجھ سے پہلی سی محبت" Humaira Channa & Nabeel Shaukat Ali Meekal Hassan Tribute to the singer Madam Noor Jehan
Episode 4
15 1 September 2017 "Naina Moray" "نینہ مورے" Javed Bashir, Akbar Ali & Aamir Zaki Jaffer Zaidi Tribute to the musician Aamir Zaki
16 "Dekh Tera Kya/Latthay Di Chaadar" "دیکھ تیرا کیا/لٹھے دی چادر" Quratulain Balouch & Farhan Saeed Shani Arshad Originally performed by Alamgir and Musarrat Nazir
17 "Julie" "جوٌلی" Ali Zafar & Danyal Zafar Shani Arshad Danyal Zafar only played guitar
18 "Jindjaani" "جندجانی" Ali Hamza & Nirmal Roy Ali Hamza Also sang "Jhanjhar Phabdi Na"; Originally sung by Tahira Syed
Episode 5
19 8 September 2017 "Sab Maya Hai" "سب مایہ ے" Attaullah Khan Esakhelvi & Sanwal Esakhelvi Shuja Haider Also sang "Sakoon Na Meet"; Originally sung by Sanwal Esakhelvi
20 "Rangrez" "رنگریز" Rahat Fateh Ali Khan Sahir Ali Bagga Sajid Gul
21 "Ujaalon Mein" "اُجالوں میں" Faraz Anwar & Faiza Mujahid Jaffer Zaidi Originally performed by Mizraab
22 "Bol" "بول" Shafqat Amanat Ali Khan Shani Arshad Tribute to the poet Faiz Ahmed Faiz
Episode 6
23 15 September 2017 "Dam Mast Qalandar" "دم مست قلندر" Umair Jaswal & Jabar Abbas Shuja Haider Tribute to the singer Ustaad Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan
24 "Yo Soch" "یوں سوچ" Ali Zafar & Natasha Khan Strings Written by Strings
25 "Kaatay Na Katay" "کاٹے نہ کٹے" Aima Baig, Rachel Viccaji & Humera Arshad Ali Hamza Originally sung by Runa Laila
26 "Ghoom Taana" "گھوم تانا" Momina Mustehsan & Irteassh Salman Ahmed Originally performed by Junoon
Episode 7
27 21 September 2017 "Tera Naam" "تیرا نام" Sajjad Ali Sajjad Ali Written by Sajjad Ali
28 "Baanware" "بانورے" Shuja Haider & Aima Baig Shuja Haider Also sang Bhooli Bisri; Originally performed by Mehdi Hassan
29 "Maula Tera Noor" "مولا تیرا نور" Shafqat Amanat Ali Khan Shani Arshad Written by Shani Arshad
30 "Us Rah Par" "اُس راہ پر" Ali Zafar, Ali Hamza & Strings Jaffer Zaidi Tribute to the singer JJ Khan & Vital Signs
31 "Aitebaar" "اعتبار" Atif Aslam & Uzair Jaswal Jaffer Zaidi Tribute to the singer JJ Khan & Vital Signs
32 "Najanay Kyun" "نجانے کیون" Jawad Ahmed & Shiraz Uppal Strings Tribute to the singer Strings
33 "Challa" "چلہ" Abrar-Ul-Haq, Mehwish Hayat & Asim Azhar Jaffer Zaidi Tribute to the singer JJ Khan & Vital Signs
34 "Tu Jaanay Wale" "ٹو جانئے والے" Bohemia, Waqar Ali & Bilal Saeed Strings Tribute to the singer Strings
  1. ^ This column only contains digitally broadcast dates of song/episode.
  2. ^ Nastaʿlīq is a writing-style specially for Urdu language, since Urdu is the lingua franca of Pakistan, this column contains names of songs written in Nastaʿlīq script.

Season 11 (2018)[edit]

Coke Studio returns with its eleventh edition. Strings stopped producing and Ali Hamza and Zohaib Kazi turned out to be the producers. Many of the singers returned while many of them are made their debuts. For the first time, transgender people performed in the platform. Also, it had a rap song which was also received well by audiences. International band Krewella had also starred in this season.

Initial promo song[edit]

Preceding the release of season, as a part of a traditional format, Coke Studio revealed this year featured artists performing a rendition of popular nazm, "Hum Dekhenge" by poet Faiz Ahmed Faiz, originally recorded by Iqbal Bano.[65][66] The promo song also manifests the nation's political situation in the midst of general elections.[67] The song was received well by the critics.

List of Songs[edit]

# Song(s) performed Artist(s) Lyricist Release Date [N 1] Ref.
Title In Nastaʿlīq [N 2]
Promo song
1 Hum Dekhenge ہم دیکھیں گے Season's Featured artists Faiz Ahmad Faiz 22 July 2018 [68]
Episode 1 – Naaz
2 Shikwa / Jawab-e-Shikwa شکوہ / جواب شکوہ Natasha Baig, Fareed Ayaz & Abu Muhammad Qawwal & Brothers Muhammad Iqbal, Amjad Hyderabadi & Omar Khayyam 10 August 2018 [69]
3 Baalkada بالکڑا Lucky, Naghma & Jimmy Khan Lucky, Naghma & Jimmy Khan
4 Rap Hai Saara رَیپ ہے سارا Young Desi & Lyari Underground Mufassir Sabir (Young Desi), Abdul Wahab Khan (Lil AK 100), Abdul Ahad (Anxiously), & Abdullah (DJ Khalifa)
5 Main Irada میں ارادہ Shamu Bai, Haniya Aslam, Rachel Viccaji, Amrina & Ariana Bilal Sami, Haniya Aslam, Kabir & Traditional Folk
Episode 2 – Zeenat
6 Runaway رن اوے Riaz Qadri, Ghulam Ali Qadri & Krewella Ed (Diskord), Logan (Diskord), Cody Tarpley, Jahan Yousaf, Yasmine Yousaf, Dan Henig, Ghulam Fareed & Khwaja Mohammad Yaar 17 August 2018 [70]
7 Gaddiye گڈئیے Asrar & Attaullah Esakhelvi Asrar & Sohna Khan Bewas
8 Rasha Mama راشاماما Zarsanga, Khumariyaan & Gul Panrra Ustaad Gulzaman & Traditional Folk
9 Ghoom Charakhra گھوم چرخڑا Ali Azmat & Abida Parveen Hazrat Hussain Shah
Episode 3 – Rung
10 Roye Roye روئے روئے Sahir Ali Bagga & Momina Mustehsan Sahir Ali Bagga & Shakil Sohail 24 August 2018 [71]
11 Allah Karesi الله کریسی Attaullah Esakhelvi
12 Piya Ghar Aaya میرا پِیا گھر آیا Fareed Ayaz & Abu Muhammad Qawwal & Brothers Bulleh Shah
Episode 4 – Gulistan
13 Aatish آتش Aima Baig & Shuja Haider Shuja Haider 31 August 2018 [72]
14 Nami Danam نمی دانم Chand Tara Orchestra Khwaja Usman Harooni
15 Mahi Aaja ماہی آجا Momina Mustehsan & Asim Azhar Asim Azhar
Episode 5 – Mauj
16 Malang ملنگ Aima Baig & Sahir Ali Bagga Imran Raza & Traditional Folk 7 September 2018 [73]
17 Dastaan-e-Moomal Rano داستانِ مومل ران The Sketches Shah Abdul Latif Bhittai
18 Dil Hai Pakistani دل ہے پاکستان Ali Azmat, Mangal, Darehan & Shayan Sabir Zafar & Mangal
Episode 6 – Zamana
19 Ilallah الااللہ Sounds Of Kolachi Ahsan Bari 28 September 2018 [74]
20 Hawa Hawa ہوا ہوا Gul Panrra & Hassan Jahangir Muhammad Nasir
21 Tere Liye تیرے لیۓ Riaz Qadri, Ghulam Ali Qadri & Ali Azmat Ali Azmat & Khwaja Ghulam Farid
Episode 7 – Sahil
22 Jind Mahiya جند ماہیآ Shuja Haider Shuja Haider 5

October 2018

[75]
23 Ballay Ballay بلے بلے Aima Baig & Abrar Ul Haq Abrar Ul Haq & Traditional Folk
24 Ya Qurban یا قربان Khumariyaan Traditional Folk
25 Balaghal Ula Be Kamalihi بلٓغَ العُلیٰ بِکمالِہٖ Abida Parveen Hazrat Bedam Shah Warsi
Episode 8 – Jashan
26 Wah Jo Kalaam واہ جو کلام Shamu Bai, Asrar & Vishnu Arjun Asrar 12

October 2018

[76]
27 Luddi Hai Jamalo لُڈی ہے جمالو Humaira Arshad & Ali Sethi Khawaja Pervaiz
28 Apna Gham اپنا غم Bilal Khan & Mishal Khawaja Bilal Khan
Episode 9 – Aftab
29 Dildar Sadqay دل دار صدقے Jawad Ahmad & Elizabeth Rai Jawad Ahmed, Ahmad Anis & Asim Raza 19

October 2018

[77]
30 Aurangzeb اورنگ زِیب Mughal-e-Funk
31 Ko Ko Korina کو کو کورینا Ahad Raza Mir & Momina Mustehsan Masroor Anwar

Season 12 (2019)[edit]

The twelfth season of Coke Studio was produced by show's founder Rohail Hyatt and distributed by Coca-Cola Pakistan. Coke Studio 12 ended the tradition of starting a new season with a patriotic song, this tradition was started in season 8.

The season was opened by Atif Aslam's Wohi Khuda Hai, a Hamd written by Muzaffar Warsi.[78][79] The twelfth season commenced airing on 11 October 2019 and concluded on 29 November 2019. The season featured 6 episodes and 1 season opener/premiere, making a total of 21 songs.

List of Songs[edit]

# Release Date [N 1] Song(s) Artist(s) Lyricist Language(s) Ref.
Title In Nastaʿlīq [N 2]
Season Opener / Premiere
1 11 October 2019 Wohi Khuda Hai وہی خدا ہے Atif Aslam Muzaffar Warsi Arabic & Urdu [80]
Episode 1
2 18

October 2019

Dam Mastam متسم مد Rahat Fateh Ali Khan Rahat Fateh Ali Khan Arabic, Persian & Urdu [81]
3 Ram Pam رم پم Zoe Viccaji & Shahab Hussain Sahir Ali Bagga Punjabi & Urdu
4 Maahi Diyaan Jhokaan ماہی دیاں جھوکاں Barkat Jamal Fakir Troupe Khush Khair Muhammad & Sacchal Sarmast Siraiki
Episode 2
5 25

October 2019

Billo بلّو Abrar-ul-Haq Abrar-ul-Haq Punjabi [82]
6 Saiyaan سیّاں Shuja Haider & Rachel Viccaji Punjabi folklore Punjabi & Urdu
7 Roshe روشے Zeb Bangash Ghulam Ahmad Mahjoor & Habba Khatoon Kashmiri & Turkish
Episode 3
8 8 November 2019 Chal Raha Hoon چل رہا ہوں Umair Jaswal Umair Jaswal Urdu [83]
9 Mubarik Mubarik مبارک مبارک Atif Aslam & Banur's Band Traditional folk & Atif Aslam Braj & Persian
10 Aadam آدم Fareed Ayaz & Abu Muhammad with Humnawa Hazrat Amir Khusrow Balochi & Punjabi
Episode 4
11 15 November 2019 Gulon Main Rang گلوں میں رنگ Ali Sethi Faiz Ahmad Faiz Urdu [84]
12 Dhola ڈھولا Aima Baig & Sahir Ali Bagga Sahir Ali Bagga Punjabi & Siraiki
13 Hairaan Hua حیران ہوا Sanam Marvi Sachal Sarmast Braj, Urdu & Siraiki
Episode 5
14 22 November 2019 Balma بلما Fariha Parvez Braj [85]
15 Heeray ہیرے Aima Baig & Rahat Fateh Ali Khan Javed Ali Khan Punjabi
16 Daachi Waaliya ڈاچی والیا Hadiqa Kiani Bulleh Shah & Waris Shah Punjabi
17 Mram Mram مرم مرم Shamali Afghan Khatir Afridi & Rahim Ghamzada Pashto
Episode 6
18 29 November 2019 Bo Giyam بݸ گِݷَم Kashif Din & Nimra Rafiq Nas Nafees & Sahir Ali Bagga Burushaski & Urdu [86]
19 Mundiya منڈیا Ali Sethi & Quratulain Baloch Khwaja Parwez Punjabi
20 Aaye Kuch Abr آئے کچھ ابر Atif Aslam Faiz Ahmad Faiz Urdu
21 Tiri Pawanda ٽِڙِي پوندا Harsakhiyan Shaikh Ayaz Sindhi

Season 2020 (2020)[edit]

Coke Studio Season 2020 is produced by show's founder Rohail Hyatt and distributed by Coca-Cola Pakistan. The season is referred as Coke Studio 2020 because of coronavirus pandemic. Coke Studio 2020 began airing on 4th December 2020 and concluded on 25th December 2020.[87]

The show was opened by an all-female anthem; Na Tutteya Ve, the song speaks about the resilience of women.[88] The season featured 12 original songs, all songs were arranged and produced by Rohail Hyatt..

List of Songs[edit]

# Release Date [N 1] Song(s) Artist(s) Lyricist Composer(s) Language(s) Ref.
Title In Nastaʿlīq [N 2]
Episode 1
1 04 December 2020 Na Tutteya Ve نہ ٹٹّیا وے Meesha Shafi, Fariha Pervez, Sanam Marvi, Sehar Gul Khan, Wajiha Naqvi & Zara Madani Shuja Haider & Asim Raza Shuja Haider & Meesha Shafi (Rap) Punjabi [89]
2 Dil Khirki دل کھڑکی Mehdi Maloof Mehdi Maloof Mehdi Maloof Urdu
3 Jaag Rahi جاگ رہی Fariha Pervez ft. Ali Noor Zahid Abbas & Asim Raza Mujahid Hussain & Rohail Hyatt Braj & Urdu
Episode 2
4 11 December 2020 Dil Tarpe دل تڑپے Rahat Fateh Ali Khan ft. Zara Madani Rahat Fateh Ali Khan Rahat Fateh Ali Khan & Zara Madani Braj [90]
5 Yaqeen یقیں Wajiha Naqvi Wajiha Naqvi Wajiha Naqvi & Zara Madani (Tarana) Urdu
6 Gal Sunn گلّ سݨ Ali Pervez Mehdi ft. Meesha Shafi Ali Pervez Mehdi, Ahsan Pervez Mehdi, Asim Raza & Manzoor Jhalla Ali Pervez Mehdi, Ahsan Pervez Mehdi & Zara Madani (Meesha's Part) Punjabi
Episode 3
7 18 December 2020 Ishq Da Kukkar عشق دا ککر Sehar Gul Khan Asim Raza Asim Raza Punjabi & Persian [91]
8 Pardesiya پردیسیا Zara Madani Asim Raza Zara Madani Braj, Punjabi & Urdu
9 Har Funn Maula ہر فن مولا Umair Jaswal ft. Sanam Marvi Shuja Haider, Asim Raza & Shah Abdul Latif Bhittai Shuja Haider Punjabi, Sindhi & Urdu
Episode 4
10 25 December 2020 Anbhol انبھول Sanam Marvi Asim Raza Raag Aiman Punjabi [92]
11 Megh میگھ Aizaz Sohail Raag Megh Raag Megh Braj
12 Saari Dunya ساری دنیا Bohemia Bohemia & Asim Raza Bohemia Urdu

Coke Studio Explorer[edit]

Explorer (2018)[edit]

Ali Hamza and Zohaib Kazi introduced Explorer 2018 in which they go to different places across Pakistan and discover regional music stories and singers and bring them to the lime light. The show was started on 3rd July 2018 and concluded on 17th July 2018. All songs were produced by Ali Hamza & Zohaib Kazi.

List of Songs[edit]

Episode Release Date [N 1] Song(s) Artist(s) Region Language Ref.
Title In Nastaʿlīq [N 2]
1 3 July 2018 (2018-07-03) Pareek Pareek چلو چلو Ariana and Amrina Bumburet Valley, Kalash, Chitral, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Kalasha [93]
2 5 July 2018 (2018-07-05) Faqeera فقیراں Shamu Bai and Vishnu Deewan Lal Chand, Sindh Sindhi [94]
3 7 July 2018 (2018-07-07) Naseebaya نصيب Darehan, Shayan, and Mangal Sohbatpur, Sohbatpur District, Balochistan Balochi [95]
4 9 July 2018 (2018-07-09) Tere Bin Soona تیرے بن سونا Mishal Khawaja Lahore, Punjab Urdu [96]
5 11 July 2018 (2018-07-11) Ha Gulo اے گل Qasamir Muzaffarabad, Azad Kashmir Kashmiri [97]

Coke Studio Special[edit]

Coke Studio Special (2010)[edit]

Coke Studio Special is part of the Coke Studio video web blog series which included special features such as unreleased performances from the second season of the show. The first video blog was released on 15 January 2010 and the last video blog was released on 16 May 2010, on the YouTube channel of the show.

# Release Date [N 1] Song(s) Title Artist(s) Produced by Language(s) Notes Ref.
Web Blog 1 (Part 2)
1 1 February 2010 Saari Raat Jaga (Unedited Version) Noori Rohail Hyatt Urdu Saari Raat Jaga (Unedited Version) is a special feature released on Coke Studio's video web blog episode 1.
Web Blog 2
2 19 March 2010 Hung (Percussion Jam) Gumby & Gupreet Channa Rohail Hyatt Instrumental Hung is a special feature released on Coke Studio's video web blog episode 2.
Web Blog 3 (Part 2)
3 16 May 2010 Aj Latha Naeeo (Extended Version) Javed Bashir Rohail Hyatt Punjabi Aj Latha Naeeo (Extended Version) is a special feature released on Coke Studio's video web blog episode 3.

Phir Se Game Utha Dain (2015)[edit]

Phir Se Game Utha Dain, the song various Coke Studio artists and celebrities and is dedicated to the passion of Pakistanis during the 1992 World Cup.

# Release Date [N 1] Song Title Artist(s) Original Song by Produced by Directed by Language Ref.
1 29 January 2015 Phir Se Game Utha Dain Atif Aslam, Strings, Asrar & Jimmy Khan Matt Sloggett Strings Asad ul Haq Urdu [98]

Hum Aik Hain (2019)[edit]

# Release Date [N 1] Song Title Artist(s) Backing Choir Produced by Language Ref.
1 1 June 2019 Hum Aik Hain Adnan Dhool Sacred Heart School, Surtaal Music Academy & Sana Mamdot Xulfi & Sami Khan Urdu [99]

Ramadan (2020)[edit]

# Release Date [N 1] Song Title Artist(s) Arranged by Mastered by Produced by Language Ref.
1 14 May 2020 Asma-ul-Husna (The 99 Names) Atif Aslam Xulfi & Melvin Arthur Tom Waltz Xulfi Arabic [100]

Pakistan Day Special (2021)[edit]

# Release Date [N 1] Song Title Artist(s) Featuring Musicians Musicians Music Producers Produced by Language Ref.
1 19 March 2021 Ao Ehad Karain Adnan Dhool, Ali Hamza, Kashif Din, Mehak Ali, Nimra Rafiq, Sadaat Shafqat Amanat Ali Khan, Surtaal Music Academy, Young Stunners & Zaw Ali The Army Brass Band Of Pakistan Annan Noukhez, Babar Ali Khanna, Farhan Ali, Kami Paul, Luke Azariah, Rakae Jamil, Sannan Mahboob & Zain Peerzada Ahsan Parvez Mehdi, Kami Paul & Rakae Jamil Ali Hamza Urdu

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Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j This column only contains digitally broadcast dates of song/episode.
  2. ^ a b c d e Nastaʿlīq is a writing-style specially for Urdu language, since Urdu is the lingua franca of Pakistan, this column contains names of songs written in Nastaʿlīq script.
  1. ^ tribute performance

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