The Pakistan Super League (PSL) season 8 is set to begin with a bang, as the first match takes place between Lahore Qalandars and Multan Sultans on February 13th at the Multan Cricket Stadium. With the start of the much-awaited cricketing event, the new PSL anthem is making waves among fans and has sparked a new debate. The anthem, sung by Asim Azhar, Shae Gill, Faris Shafi and Aima Baig, has received mixed reactions from fans, with many still pining for the previous anthems sung by Ali Zafar.
For many cricket lovers, Ali Zafar set the bar too high with his classic tracks "Dil Se Jaan Lagade" and "Seti Bajegi" from previous seasons. These tracks still remain popular among fans and are considered a benchmark for PSL anthems. However, the new anthem has a different vibe and features a blend of different genres, making it a unique addition to the PSL repertoire.
While some fans are excited about the new anthem and appreciate the efforts put in by the artists, others are not as thrilled. The new anthem lacks the energy and rhythm that fans have come to expect from previous PSL tracks, leading to a divided opinion among the fans. Some fans feel that the new anthem is a departure from the traditional PSL style and does not live up to their expectations.
Despite the mixed reactions, the new PSL anthem is sure to get the crowds pumped up for the upcoming matches. The talented artists behind the track have brought their unique style and flair to the table, and the fans are sure to enjoy their efforts as the tournament progresses. The PSL season 8 promises to be an exciting event, filled with nail-biting matches and breathtaking performances.
The PSL anthem war continues with fans divided over the new anthem. While some fans appreciate the new track, others still miss the classic PSL anthems of the past. Regardless of personal opinions, the new anthem is sure to get the fans pumped up for the upcoming matches and the season 8 promises to be an unforgettable experience for cricket lovers.