10 Songs That Prove Aima Baig Is A Rockstar!

The Pakistani music industry has seen a plethora of talent come forward in the last few years, and Aima Baig is one major example. Not only has she proven her mettle time and again, but she has also shown that her attitude has no other match!

Be it her devil-may-care ethos or her vocal range that makes her the perfect choice for all sorts of tracks being featured all around, Aima has proven she’s a rockstar in her own regard!

What songs of her do we love the most that the country loves too? Diva has the lowdown…

Kalabaz Dil – Lahore Say Aagey

One of the first major hits by Aima, the song has all the sensuous elements needed for a dance number!

Kaif o Suroor – Na Maloom Afraad 2

Featuring supermodel Sadaf Kanwal, who complements Aima’s vocals, this song definitely has everyone grooving.

Item Number – Teefa In Trouble

Perhaps one of the biggest hits of Aima’s career, this song proved to be the most iconic one from the recently-released list of films!

Ba Adab Be Mulahiza – The Donkey Kong

We never thought even an animated film could feature Aima’s mellifluous vocals and make it sound good, but this proves it!

Ye Aaj Mujh Ko Kya Hua – Baaji

Adding her style to a classic, Aima has made this track from Baaji one to remember!

Befikriyan –  Lahore Se Aagey

It wasn’t only Kalabaaz Dil that Aima made popular in Lahore Se Aagey, and this song is proof!

Balma Bhagora – Parey Hut Love

A super pumped up number, Aima had everyone busting out a move to this thumping song!

Malang – Coke Studio

A beautiful rendition of a Seraiki classic, Aima truly made a connection with her listeners with this one.

Baazi – Coke Studio

Yet another Coke Studio classic, this one was probably Aima’s biggest hit from the platform!

Chan Ve – Teefa in Trouble

A romantic track that had everyone swooning to it, Aima proved her vocal range with this beautiful duet with Ali Zafar!

Which song is your favourite? Tell us in the comment section below.

 

Shahjehan Saleem
Shahjehan Saleem

The author is the Editor of Diva Online as well as a film & fashion critic. He is also a professor in the Department of Media Sciences at SZABIST, Karachi. Socio-cultural theories and geography fill up the rest of his time.

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