Kamal Haji Presentation: Together We Win

Kamal Haji, a well-known name within the Ismaili Muslim community in the USA, has garnered praises on an international level for his lyrical aptitude. Originally from Pakistan, Kamal currently resides in Houston.

He is the lyricist behind iconic songs such as “Jubilee Mubarak” and “Padharo Mowla” two of the most memorable songs that were released on global level in celebration of His Highness the Aga Khan’s Diamond Jubilee. These two songs without a doubt will stay in every mureeds mind for years to come.

Source: Ismailimail’s exclusive interview with Kamal Haji July, 2018.

We are delighted to share Kamal Haji‘s latest release “Together We Win”.

On the occasion of upcoming United States Ismaili Games as well as the 2020 Global Ismaili Games, Kamal and his team have produced this wonderful tribute. This latest release is dedicated to all the athletes competing and representing their home states and countries respectively.

To celebrate the milestone events of upcoming Ismaili Games, we would like to offer a tribute to all the participants and Ismaili Athletes worldwide. May merit prevail, and may the best individuals and teams win! Kamal Haji- Song-Writer, Producer and Performer

This song is also dedicated to the thousands of dedicated and selfless Ismaili Volunteers, especially those celebrating a century of community service as a part of the Ismaili Volunteers Corp.

Written, Composed, Arranged and Produced By: Kamal Haji

Co-Produced By: Dilshad Moledina-Haji and Dilshad Moledina

Performed by: Rahila Babar, Shahana Jaffer, Kamal Haji, Sarah Haji

Vocals Recorded by: Benji Gomez

Mix and Mastered by: Dallas Audio Recording Team

Video Credits: Dilshad Moledina

Image / Photo Credits: Public Domain, theIsmaili.org, nationals.usismailigames.org, Pamir Times (Diamond Jubilee Hunza Cycling Rally)

 

Author: ismailimail

Independent, civil society media featuring Ismaili Muslim community, inter and intra faith endeavors, achievements and humanitarian works.

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