HBL PSL-8 New Official Anthem Release Announce

By | February 12, 2023

HBL PSL-8 New Official Anthem Release Announce. The official song of HBL Pakistan Super League (PSL) 8 has been released after much-awaited fans.

The official anthem of PSL 8 has been composed by Abdullah Siddiqui, while Shahay Gul, Asim Azhar and rapper Faris Shafi have sung their magic in it.

HBL PSL-8 New Official Anthem Release Announce

HBL PSL-8 New Official Anthem Release Announce

PSL-8’s New song has been Aristocratic ‘Sab Satare Oure’.

The three-minute-twenty-second video starts with all the flags of the franchise, beginning with Shahay Gul’s own voice while adding a rap in the middle of the official song.

This video also Show demonstrations the heads & players of the permits then the opening of the PSL 8 trophy 2023.

Public Reaction to the Official Anthem

The announcement of PSL 8’s official Nation anthem drew a mixed public response; with certain users assessing the new song on official social media then demanding Ali Zafar crop the song. One operator wrote that ‘PSL 8 tune is good but it could have been better &  better’.

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Then Sports reporter Qadir Khawaja inscribed that ‘the quantity of money assumed to 4 choruses for the New song of Last PSL 8, it would have been healthier to syndicate the cash of all 4 & give it to Ali Zafar at New smallest in PSL-8. Give the agreement of the SLK psalm to Ali Zafar, he will effort all year then give the New best anthem.

It should be noted that the colourful opening ceremony of the Pakistan Super League will be held on February 13 at Multan Stadium, in which Asim Azhar, Shahay Gul, Faris Shafi and Sahir Ali Baga will perform. After the opening ceremony, the first match will be played between defending champions Lahore Qalandars and Multan Sultans.

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Pakistan Super League (PSL) will start on February 13 in Multan while the final of the event will be played on March 19.