Pakistan’s first ever children’s band ‘Jashn’ released its maiden song ‘Champion’ on Sunday, which was aired by various radio and television networks. The band comprises Ibrahim 12, Maham 10, and Haadi 7.
The composition is played by Ibrahim and synthesised by all the three siblings by pooling in their creative abilities, said a press release issued here.
The song ‘Champion’ is a motivational song sung by the band to inspire and encourage the spirit of perseverance and resilience among people. The song was been released on the 141st birth anniversary of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah to highlight his vision of seeing the youth as being the real builders of Pakistan.
“We are inspired by the Quaid’s faith in the youth of the nation, particularly the students, whom he called the nation builders of tomorrow if they equip themselves with discipline, education, and training for the arduous task lying ahead of them,” Ibrahim said.
Being students, the three siblings get their inspiration from daily school experiences and the tough routine confronted by today’s children. The lyrics are simple yet meaningful with a solid beat and strong engaging rhythm that grabs attention instantly. The song focuses not only on the established high achievers of life but also on the average individual who goes through the rigours and hardships of life with a firm belief in himself. Its heart warming melody is a calming respite from the everyday stress of life. This mid-tempo, contemporary melodic song is a message oriented track highlighting the value of self-conviction and hard work for achieving excellence in life.
The band is working on its album which they plan to release in the summer next year. -APP