Akcent said, “Hello, this is Akcent and I am very happy to see you again in Pakistan.”
Pakistani fans of Romanian singer Akcent have expressed their happiness. After announcing that he will be spending some of his holidays in Hunza.
Singer and songwriter Adrian Sina or simply Adi Sina. Better known as Akcent, has announced that he will come to Pakistan and use the holidays in Hunza to show the world Pakistan is a ‘safe and beautiful country’.
Akcent turned to Instagram and Twitter at the same time and posted a video. In which he was heard saying “Hello, this is Akcent. And I am very happy to see you again in Pakistan.”
In the video title, Adi Sina said “Hello Pakistan. This time I have decided to spend some of my holidays in Hunza Pakistan. To show the World that Pakistan is a Safe and Beautiful Country.”
Romanian singer has hosted several music concerts in Pakistan
The Romanian singer has hosted several music concerts in Pakistan before.
Pakistani fans have welcomed Akcent’s announcement in the comments section.
Actress Ayesha Omar also gave her a warm welcome in Pakistan.
He commented “Welcome !!!!” followed by a heart emoji.
Last month he also looked at social media. And said “I’ve been to Pakistan many times and I’ve always felt like home.”
The singer’s statement came after the New Zealand cricket team canceled its trip to Pakistan for security reasons.
He went on Facebook and shared a video of one of his concerts in Pakistan and said “I feel safe there and the love I get in Pakistan is amazing. I will be back very often. I love my fans! Pakistan Zindabad! ”.
In 2003, Akcent the band released their third album, 100 BPM. Its title refers to the intensity of the heartbeat during refreshments. It included their number one “Buchet de trandafiri” (A bunch of roses). Their fourth album, Poveste de viata (Life Story) has also been a huge success for the band.
studio album S.O.S.
It included songs such as “Spune-mi (Hey Baby!)”. They have reached the pinnacle of their success with the release of their studio album S.O.S. and its hit single “Dragoste de inchiriat” (rental love). It was their signature song and they hit number one in Romania, digitally and on airplay. Due to its great success, the song was rewritten in English and released on the international market as “Kylie” (an order to Kylie Minogue). It became a radio station in countries such as Turkey, the Netherlands, Belgium, France, Greece and Ukraine. Akcent first English album “French Kiss with Kylie” was released in Europe on August 23, 2006, and included their two hit songs, “Kylie” and “Jokero”.
In April 2008, Marius Nedelcu left the group to go alone. The remaining three boys called Corneliu Ulici, a former member of another Romanian party, Bliss.
However, Corneliu did not want to make music his career and left after only 5 months, after which Akcent officially became three. Adrian Sînă was authorized to produce Akcent album Fără lacrimi (“No Tears”).
The world-famous songs “That’s My Name”, “Stay with Me” and “Lover’s Cry” were all produced by Mr. Sînă. In 2009, Adrian Sînă re-released the album “True Believers”, and it has been one of Akcent most successful songs to date. “That same year, Akcent won the Balkan Music Awards for Best Duet / Group. Thanks to the success of” That’s My Name, “the song and” Stay with me “were released with a U.S. record label. Ultra Records, Warner Music Group in Scandinavia, Turkey, Italy, Greece and other countries. The song was also featured on the album “Just Dance: Vol 3” released by The Island Def Jam Music Group in 2010. of the team, the team started playing all over the world.