‘Ve Baneya’ is the first collaboration of Fizaa with Mulazim Hussain making it a kind of tune that takes its sweet time getting rolling with the song. The melody gets more infatuating when it calmly unfolds with Sajid Ali’s flute.
The direction of the song is boosted with the inclusion of chunks of ‘Hamjholyan’ – originally sung by Resham – by fueling ample amounts of sentiment into the song as smoothly as possible by Mulazim.
Meanwhile, Fizza, currently working on recording an album, has made her appearance in high profile coke studio after getting reasonable training from Ustad Karam Abbas. She had spend much time in maintaining such a pitch in her voice to become eligible to participate in the mainstream music of Pakistan.
Although she had to face elimination from a singing competition in the start of her career, she did not give up and continued struggling in achieving her dream of becoming a professional singer.
Earlier, as she was born in such a family that has close terms with music legends. So, her father introduced her to Iqbal Bano, Madam Noor Jahan, and Lata Mangeshkar.
Coke Studio song:
Pakistan Idol Performance: