Coke Studio Could Not Be Released
Coke Studio Could Not Be Released |Fear of Copyright the Fifth Episode of Coke Studio 12 Could Not Be Released on YouTube. The fifth episode of the 12th season of ‘Coke Studio’ was released this October, but for the first time, none of the songs from this musical show have been released on YouTube. Coke Studios did not specify any of the fifth installment songs to be released on YouTube, however, it is believed that the administration did not release the songs on YouTube for fear of ‘copyright. Three days before the fifth installment was released November 21, the fourth installment of Coke Studio’s Sanam Marawi song Diamond Hua’ was removed from YouTube due to copyrights. Parveen claimed to have copyrights on Sanam Marwi’s song, which was later removed from YouTube, while earlier the 12th season of Coke Studio’s 12 songs was removed due to ‘copyright. Abrar-ul-Haq’s song ‘Bloo’ and Rachel Vakaji and Shuja Haider’s ‘Sian’ for the second installment of Coke Studio 12 were also removed due to copyright. Interestingly, Abrar-ul-Haq’s own song ‘Blow’ was removed after being sued by a private entertainment company. Similarly, the songs of Rachel Vakaji and Shuja Haider were also removed due to copyright. Following claims of copyright, the administration released all four songs in the fifth installment on Facebook instead of YouTube.
In the fifth episode, 4 songs have been released like the first episode, and in the fifth episode, after a long time, Fareja Pervez and Hedekah Kayani also show their magic. The fifth installment also released the Punjabi song of Fariaz Parvez’s ‘Balma’ and Hedeka Kayani’s ‘Dachi Walia’.
In the fifth installment, Rahat Fateh Ali Khan and Aima Baig’s ‘Hariye’ and a young Pashto singer Northern Afghan have released Pashto song ‘Marm Marm’. Prior to the fifth installment, the fourth installment was released on November 17 this month, in which three songs were released and the song ‘Diamond Hua’ of Sanam Marvi from this episode was removed from YouTube for copyright. The third installment of Coke Studio was released on November 8 this month, which included three songs. The third installment of ‘Happy Mubarak’ was also sung by Baluchi and Punjabi language song by Atif Aslam, members of Balochistan’s musical band Bangor.