NESCAFÉ Basement takes interest to support Hadiya’s music academy: 9 more kids lined up for Season 5
She’s assumed control over the web and for all the correct reasons. The 8-year-old star, Hadiya saw on NESCAFÉ Basement Season 5 is one you can’t in any way, shape or form pass up a major opportunity. A young lady with the voice of a developing artist has contacted our hearts in more ways that we could envision.
The storm cellar is one of only a handful couple of stages known for building and prepping artists who are chosen from the whole way across Pakistan with no separation of sex, age, race, class while trying out ability from everywhere throughout the nation. The fair standing couldn’t have been more obvious than in Season 5 where the group likewise tapped a few eccentric institutes and went over Zia-ul-Haq Music Academy headed by the music educator Zia-ul-Haq.
While recognizing the need to offer back to the general public and fortifying the masterful roots beginning from the most youthful of kids, NESCAFÉ Basement took the assignment of redesigning the establishment while empowering and producing an inventive and beneficial outlet for the understudies. In the midst of the numerous accounts, they found while trying out is the narrative of little Hadiya, a tailor’s girl whose fantasies worked out as expected once Team Basement ventured in her foundation.
Mentoring the artists at NESCAFÉ Basement, renowned musician Xulfi commented on why the platform chose to revamp the school, “we came to this place for auditions and felt that such (music) schools in Pakistan need to be supported and encouraged. The world will one day recognize Pakistan’s efforts towards creating good music.”
While sharing her experience of auditioning at the Zia-ul-Haq academy and meeting Hadiya for the first time, the Marketing Manager of NESCAFÉ adds, “we were so astounded to experience how young the talent is. One of these places was Zia-ul-Haq academy where an 8-year-old Haidya and a 7-year-old Fizza. We were just mesmerized to see how they sing and how they were. They gave us the opportunity to find this beautiful talent. The least we could do was to give back in return and to make that space where they come out every day to learn to make it a little more conducive where the children actually enjoy coming to that space.”