Coke Studio and Atif Aslam joined hands to release a rendition of Asma-ul-Husna (Th 99 Names of Allah).
Atif Aslam took to Twitter and wrote that Asma-ul-Husna – The 99 Names is “a humble expression of hope & solidarity, as we stand with humanity in these times.”
This beautiful and soothing soundscape begins with the actual sound of the collision of black holes that beautifully signifies the creation of this universe. These sounds used to amplify the soundtrack have been used from NASA’s archives.
In the background you can also hear the echoes of Allah from the iconic Azaan of Makkah.
Not just Atif Aslam but it also features 24 voices from across the country to build a large acapella ensemble. Some of these voices include Abdullah Qureshi, Xulfi and Samya Gohar.
The choir arrangement is a combination of vocals from around the world. And the echoes of duff leave us with goosebumps.
The visuals seamlessly compliment the soulful rendition.
The video also displays the meanings of all the names to help the listener understand the attributes of Allah.