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Quick Style, Viral Dance Group, in Karachi

Quick Style, Viral Dance Group, In Karachi

Norwegian dance crew ‘Quick Style’ arrives in Karachi for Pakistan.

the massive success of ‘Coke Studio’s first-ever musical concert in Dubai, the musical brand Coke Studio continued its creative partnership with the crew, including twin brothers Bilal and Suleman Malik, who are Norwegian-Pakistanis, for a Pakistan tour.

The group Quick Style started the tour in Karachi as announced by the franchise on Instagram. Sharing a click of the dancers posing in front of the Mazar-e-Quaid, Coke Studio wrote, “The boys are here.”

The group’s original members, including the Malik brothers and Nasir Siri Khan, will tour renowned Pakistani places as well as academic and cultural organizations during their journey, as stated by the musical franchise in a press release last month.

For the uninitiated, the Norwegian boys’ dance group ‘Quick Style’ sprang to prominence earlier this year after their viral wedding dance sequences incorporating ‘Coke Studio 14’ chart-topper ‘Kana Yaari.’

Quick Style, Viral Dance Group, In Karachi

Previously, the dancing squad impressed social fans with their amazing performances on South Asian music, including Bollywood hits ‘Tumse Mil Ke,’ ‘Chura Ke Dil Mera,’ ‘Kala Chashma,’ and the most current Shazia Manzoor’s ‘Batiyan Bujhai Rakhdi.’

Who they are?

Suleman Malik and Bilal Malik, twin Pakistani-Norwegian siblings, and their Thai-Norwegian childhood buddy Nasir Sirikhan founded Quick Style in 2006. They had an early interest in music and dance and began taking dance courses at X-Ray, an Oslo youth club.

Ibrar Malik, the twins’ elder brother, joined the squad as manager in early 2007. They began to compete in and win local and national dance battles and competitions.

They began representing Norway in international dance events hosted by the International Dance Organization / IDO in 2008. The twins competed in the IDO Hip Hop World Championship in Bremen, Germany, the same year. Both brothers participated in the adult male solo division and advanced to the finals. They also participated as a couple and won first place, becoming them World Champions for the first time.

In 2009, the whole crew competed in the IDO European and World Championship events as solo and the twins as duo, and the twins finished second and third, respectively, while Suleman finished second as male solo.


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