Abdullah has paid tribute to the superstar of 90s, Junaid Jamshed, by remaking his Hamd, Illahi Teri Chokhat Par...
In a short span of time, the musician and singer, Abdullah Qureshi, has made his mark among music lovers. While he started his music career by singing covers of other artists and bands, Abdullah has been releasing his own music simultaneously, including Kali Santro, Daastan, Intezar. For the past few years, he has been releasing a Hamd to commemorate the auspicious month of Ramzan. Previously, he revamped the ever-loved, Wohi Khuda Hai by the legend Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan and Aye Khuda by Adnan Sami Khan. This year, Abdullah has paid tribute to the superstar of 90s, Junaid Jamshed, by remaking his Hamd, Illahi Teri Chokhat Par.
Before his demise in 2016, Junaid Jamshed had been at the peak of his religious career. He had completely devoted his life to charity work and preaching the teachings of Islam. Every year, he appeared on various shows of Ramzan transmissions to spread the message of Allah and people looked forward to his wisdom and insights. Illahi Teri Chokhat Par recites the praise and glory of Allah. It is a rendering and declaration of love for Allah told in a poetic manner.
Through this beautiful Hamd, Abdullah Qureshi revives the memory of Junaid Jamshed. His soulful voice fits perfectly with the heavenly lyrics. The simple yet profound video is directed by Saad Hashmi and produced by Musa Javaid. It has been released on Abdullah Qureshi’s official YouTube channel and other social media platforms.
After the release of Illahi Teri Chokhat Par, it was instantly a hit among Abdullah’s fans and admirers of Junaid Jamshed. People have started making requests for their favourite Hamds and Naats to be recorded by Abdullah Qureshi. While his popularity came after he started singing covers, Abdullah has appeared on many TV shows including Nescafe Basement and started his own band. He has been working tirelessly to bring us quality music. It would not be wrong to say that with his talent and expertise, Abdullah Qureshi has a long way to go.