‘Rasta choriye ab hum aagaye’
Coke Studio is excited to bring Hasan Raheem, Justin Bibis, and Talal Qureshi with Peechay Hutt, the eighth song from Season 14. The song was first revealed in an exclusive listening session powered by the world’s most popular audio platform Spotify, before its actual release, where media and super fans were given a sneak peek and a chance to connect with their favorite artists.
Finally! The Coke Studio this year is bringing us one hit after another, and we’re enjoying it!
“Peechay Hutt is a declaration song from Pakistan’s artistic young, allowing them to accomplish what they love while musically bridging a generational divide. Similarly, how Spotify and Coke Studio’s relationship bridges the gap between Pakistani musicians and the rest of the world,” Khan FM stated during the discussion when asked about the song.
Peechay Hutt features some of Talal’s distinctive elements, including unexpected breaks, a sad-robot vocal clip, along several glosses. The Hasan Raheem mumble is also apparent, as if he’s awoken too early after a long night. In this track, however, everyone is standing a little straighter and stretching a little further. Justin Bibis are real and sparkling, and Hasan is more melodious than ever. Talal crafts a pounding, stripped-back canvas, dropping higher-than-usual beats-per-minute, so you can dance – and you will.
Speaking about his experience of working with Coke Studio, Hasan Raheem said, “Coke studio has shaped me up in a way that I’ve grown artistically, and as a person, for which I’ll always be thankful for.”
Don’t let the lyrics fool you into thinking they’re bragging. It’s all about claiming your desire to be greater in Peechay Hutt. It doesn’t matter what we think, anyway. “I’m not flexing, just presenting facts,” these artists say, shrugging off their worth. Justin Bibis first gained popularity because to a simple video of them jamming on the side of the road. Peechay Hutt transports them back to that spirit, allowing them to command their youth, heritage, and vocal majesty.
Every season, musicians seek to elevate Pakistan’s soundscape. Peechay Hutt is a turning point in the growth of a new generation. Peechay Hutt may sound dissimilar to the rest of the Coke Studio collection, but Xulfi honors the vision of every previous Coke Studio creative director: to assess Pakistan’s best of the best and release new genre creativity.
Have you heard Peechay Hutt? Better hop on the train now and vibe to it, as it’s here to stay!
In case you’ve missed it, listen now: