Singer Kabul releases latest single 'Wohi Aable'
Ghazal lovers around the world are in for a musical treat, as Delhi-based singer Kabul has released his latest single Wohi Aable with T Series. The ghazal written by Fanah Kanpuri Saheb years ago, finds a modern creative expression in the soul-stirring music video which has a great balming effect on the listener.
The singer talking about the launch, shares, "This song is my personal favorite. The lyrics are very meaningful, & I guess we all can relate to it at some point of our lives. It has been beautifully composed by Fateh Bhai. The idea was to create a contemporary form of Ghazal without losing its soul and the deep essence.”
Wohi Aable is a musical melancholy, composed by Fateh Ali Khan, vocals by Kabul Rishi, music/programming by Debarpito Saha, the lyrics are by Fanah Kanpuri, Guitar by Sanjoy Das, Flute by Pankaj Nath & Label T Series. The song has been recoded at RBQ Studio, mixed & mastered by Sumit Babbar & Alok Punjani.
Popular singer Vidushi Shubha Mudgal, in her message said, “My best wishes & compliments to composer Fateh Ali Khan & singer Kabul Rishi, on the launch of their new ghazal track, ‘Wohi Aable’. I have known Fateh Bhai for long as an accomplished Sitar player, but I am delighted to hear his work as a gifted composer. The ghazal as a musical form is one of the treasures of our musical traditions & it is wonderful to note that young singers like Kabul are drawn to it. I wish the album, its composer, & singer a great success”.
"I have known Kabul Rishi since a few years and have always admired him as a singer and his humble nature.. he recently sang a beautifully composed ghazal WOHI AABLE his soulful voice, this composition, and poetry are just immaculate .. my best wishes for the success of this ghazal and hope it’ll top all charts.” says Rockstar Ustad Shafqat Amanat Ali in his message.
Interestingly, Kabul has recently been nominated in Top 5, Best Collaboration Category by Artist Aloud Season 6 Awards, for his music video, Yaara, with Ryan Beifus from South Africa. The singer has also been awarded by Artist Aloud in the Best Fusion Category with his Band. Among other projects, he has lent his voice to UNICEF Anthem (Educate the Girl Child) sharing the stage with Maestros like Shankar Mahadevan, Shafqat Amanat Ali, Wadali Brothers, Shubha Mudgal and many more.