- PCB says that it needed to function voices that had been new
- PCB had launched the PSL tune final week
- ‘Groove Mera’ has obtained blended response on social media
LAHORE: After receiving blended reactions over the anthem for the upcoming PSL season, PCB on Friday defended its resolution to ask Naseebo Lal, Aima biag and Younger Stunners to sing it for the Pakistan Tremendous League’s sixth version.
In an announcement to every day Daybreak, a PCB spokesperson stated that the three artists had been requested to do the tune because the PCB needed to function voices that had been new and had not sung any PSL anthem earlier than.
“Naseebo Lal is an extremely talented, underutilised vocalist whose voice has the strength to carry this cricket anthem,” the official stated. He additional added that Aima Baig gave younger vitality to the anthem.
The spokesperson stated that Younger Stunners had been a “natural choice” to be part of the anthem as they’re leaders within the hip-hop scene of the nation.
“Cricket and music have always formed a natural union in Pakistan. The thought process was to pave the way for a new sound of cricket in Pakistan that appeals to the multi-dimensional audience that comes with Pakistan’s biggest cricketing event,” the spokesperson stated.
‘Groove Mera’ triggers debate
The PCB had launched the PSL anthem for the sixth version final week, saying the tune refers back to the “swing and feel of the movements of cricketers.”
It added: “the anthem is a celebration of Pakistan’s musical variety. The combo of artists is especially thrilling because it represents artists from reverse ends of Pakistan’s musical spectrum.
Following the discharge of the tune there was a heated debate on social media with the anthem receiving blended opinions.
Even former quick bowler Shoaib Akhtar weighed in on the controversy saying that the PCB had launched “the worst song that he had heard in the history of the PSL”.
The pacer had mocked the brand new tune by joking that ever since he performed it for his kids, they’ve stopped speaking to him. “My kids are scared of this song. When they don’t sleep, I tell them I’ll play it for them. That immediately scares them,” he stated.