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Ticks All The Beats of Heart & Soul

The best way to determine a great beat or song is when it ticks all the heart beats and take you and the soul in that particular moment, especially if it's about waking up the patriotic soul. Moto Z Anthem is how I'd define this way of ticking all the heart beats. If you haven't heard it yet, listen and then read what I feel about it and why I feel that way.

Before the actual music of the musical instruments starts, the picturesque view of the beautiful sights of Pakistan, with the background sound of the nature takes you in that moment to remind you what you are missing out if you haven't been to these places and also reminds you how beautiful this country is and how we should be thankful to have our own beautiful country.
While listening to the audio and visualizing it, you would feel the sentimental values. While looking at the picture, you would notice how the music fits the visuals. The beautiful compilation of classical instruments of Pakistan with folk music; the tunes of sitar, the classic dhol beats and sweet melodies of shehnai and much more. As you keep listening, in no time you are in that picture which reminds us of our culture and values. The way every tune is incorporated with the our traditions and culture just blows the mind. It in whole takes us to that place and reminds us of how colorful, happy and welcoming values we share. It shows our traditions, our food and our national games - which takes a trip down the memory lane.
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The anthem from the beginning gives you the vibes of being a Pakistani starting from little detailing of the mother nature while taking us through our culture, traditions and architecture. It takes us in that moment of not only just looking, but gives us the feel of being a Pakistani. This is what the actual anthem does, click all the right beats of your heart and soul, and reminds you of who you are and reminds you what this country Pakistan is.

In short, it such kind of rendition that hits your heart the same way the original anthem does. For me at least. It makes me sentimental.

What about you?

Rabeeyah 


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