Adnan Sami's Next Project: What Could it Be?
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Adnan Sami's Next Project: What Could it Be?

Singer Adnan Sami revealed he is back to the recording studio with some of the finest musicians of India. Calling them his ‘musical family’, he said they have been with him through his ups and downs

Popular singer Adnan Sami is not an active user on social media. And we saw that when his Twitter account was hacked last month! He barely ever makes announcements about his professional or personal life. Pretty much off the radar lately, Sami finally revealed that he is back at the recording studio. However, he kept all other details under tight wraps. “Working on something cool,” is all we got to hear from him. The singer, known for songs such as ‘Lift Kara de’ and ‘Bhar do jholi’, teased fans on the micro-blogging site, Twitter.

Adnan Sami's Next Project: What Could it Be?

Adnan Sami on Masala! Magazine in July 2017

“Just finished a great recording session with some of the finest musicians of India, whom I call my musical family as they have been with me through many years,” Adnan posted. “They’re just incredible… something cool is coming up,” he added.

He also shared photographs from the recording studio with the musicians. Adnan last came out with his independent album in 2013. He was recently seen as a coach on the singing reality show ‘The Voice’, where he lauded the talent of young and aspiring musicians.

After Amitabh Bachchan, Sami’s Twitter account was also hacked last month. The culprit changed the profile picture, cover photo and bio of the singer’s account. The tweets were pro-Pakistan in both cases, and the picture of the profile was changed to that of Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan. We don’t think this went down too well with Sami, who has often expressed distaste for Pakistan. His Twitter bio was replaced by the text “Ayyıldız Tim Love Pakistan” and just like the hacking of Bachchan’s account, the display picture was replaced by Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan’s with the Turkish and Pakistani flags in the background. The hackers were reportedly from a close-knit Turkish group in Istanbul.

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