Omer Nadeem launched his own studio label ‘Omer Nadeem Studio’ last week.
Last week Omer Nadeem Facebook Page got updated with a big news ‘Omer Nadeem Studio’. He also shared few inside clicks of his studio captured by Raquif Ali Rana.
Omer Nadeem is among those gems of Pakistani Music Scene that have been producing quality rather than quantity for years. He started his musical career in early 2000s as bass guitarist for the band Jal. While with Jal; the band got popularity in underground scene of Lahore with their track Adat. Later; Omer left the band and formed his own band Sifaar with Haider Haleem of Roxen. Sifaar had been there for a while but later Omer decided to go solo.
Launching his own studio label enlists Omer among those artists who own a studio too; a few include GM Studios of Goher Mumtaz, SU Studios of Shiraz Uppal and many others. Although; nothing ‘big’ has been produced by these studios as of yet.
We believe Omer Nadeem has the ability and capacity to produce well and something long lasting. With Omer you are sure that whatever comes out of him it pure quality and hard work. He is among those artists in Pakistan who well prey to brutality of time; but Omer has evolved into a mature personality and above all a good musician. He gave a number of mesmerizing tracks in last couple of years including Sau Baar OST Yamla Pagla Deewana, Thum Zara OST Spanish Beauty and others.
He shared his beliefs/views about music on Facebook page by saying:
‘Recording is more autobiographical than acting. It’s me – either how I’m feeling then or once felt at some point in my life. It’s all me.’
He further added:
What I’ve learned in my life, it’s a very interesting social study for me, to go back and forth between being the guy at home and being the guy on the road and being the guy in studio and being the guy in the interview. The environment around you has so much to do with your character, and when I’m home, my character really changes quite a bit.
We wish Omer Nadeem a very good luck for his new venture. Aslo checkout inside images of his studio below: