Internationally famed Indo-Pak music band JoSH is all set to rock again in Pakistan. This will be the first appearance of JoSH after the successful launch of their album “Beyond Kismat” who recently clinched the top spot on music charts across South Asia with their song “Pyar Hogaya”.
JoSH performed last night at the Canadian embassy, Islamabad and now making its way to the Expo Centre, Lahore today, to perform on the vibrant beats of their songs from “Beyond Kismat”.
The album “Beyond Kismat” has not only won hearts of millions in Pakistan but also pumped the heart beats of the people residing across the border. JoSH is expected to stay in Pakistan until July 4, 2011 during which it will be appearing in front of public for the promotion of their album who already attained the title of “Audience Favourite” with in no time. JoSH will be performing in concerts that will be held in Karachi, Lahore and Islamabad leaving no stone unturned to convey their message of love, unity and peace to the maximum number of people possible. Th\e JoSH will leave for Mumbai, India on July 5 to launch their album “Beyond Kismat” in India.
This was the first time JoSH has launched their album in Pakistan and Rupinder Magon (Rup) and Quraam (Q) believed this album to get the best response ever. Nevertheless, promising Pakistani audience and prospective music lovers have met the anticipated response and the band received the overwhelming response in Pakistan and even abroad.
Talking upon their arrival in Pakistan, Indian born “Rup” is excited to perform again in Pakistan in front of music loving nation and said “it is always been a matter of great excitement to perform in Pakistan and I also feel delighted over the fact that Pakistanis appreciate our music and they praise us which ultimately becomes the great source of tremendous encouragement that inspires us to continue working with same zeal and zest”.
At the same occasion, Pakistan born “Q” looks forward their tour to Pakistan as a challenging one as he believed that it takes a lot of perspiration and hard work on stage to entertain the people and especially when it comes to Pakistan where the crowd is used to get on its feat upon their arrival at the stage. “I believe this would be hectic this time but I feel performing in Pakistan like “performing in home”. So InshAllah, we will rock again, Q added.
JoSH’s “Beyond Kismat” has done remarkably well across the borders and their this very tour to Pakistan in the arena of concerts is been much awaited by their fans.