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Musician Rohail Hyatt, who launched Coke Studio
in 2008, has once again announced a break from the franchise.

“I’m sure Coke Studio
is being planned but not by me,” Rohail said in response to a fan anticipating
the next season.

“Social media is a great place to figure out if one is neutral or biased in any way,” Rohail continued. “I’m using it as a tool to measure my own imbalances.”

I’m sure CS is being planned but not by me.. SM is a great place to figure out if one is neutral or biased in any way. I’m using it as a tool to measure my own imbalances. Seems to be working well for me.
— Rohail Hyatt (@rohailhyatt) March 19, 2021

His cryptic tweet left
followers wondering if he had really stepped down as producer for the
franchise, which he later confirmed to The Express Tribune. After
producing six seasons, Rohail had taken a break in 2013 and returned to Coke
Studio for its 12th season in 2019.

Rohail is one of the
founding members of former band Vital
Signs, which featured the late
Junaid Jamshed as lead vocalist.

Coke Studio will be releasing Ao
Ehad Karein this Pakistan Day,
featuring rappers Young Stunners and at least 14 fresh voices.

Abdul Gh Lone

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