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Danyal Zafar’s Debut Single ‘Blue Butterfly’ Will Tug at Your Heartstrings!

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Danyal Zafar Makes International Debut with Solo ‘Blue Butterfly’

We might have known Danyal Zafar as Ali Zafar’s little brother, but the young lad is now making a name for himself all over the world. Danyal has recently made his international debut by releasing new solo ‘Blue Butterfly’ and this song is bound to tug at your heartstrings!

‘Blue Butterfly’ is a song from Danyal Zafar’s upcoming album of the same name. And as the title suggests, this song explores the highs and lows of love through the eyes of a young man. The album ‘Blue Butterfly’ comprises of 8 original tracks that are written, composed and produced by Danyal Zafar himself. Way to go!

Ali Zafar took to Twitter showering his love and support to his younger brother for making his international debut.

Here’s what he wrote:

Danyal Zafar first appeared in Coke Studio Season 10 where he co-sang ‘Muntazir’ with Momina Mustehsan. He also collaborated with Ali Zafar in Teefa in Trouble as a lyricist and guitarist for the soundtrack of the film.

Talking to The News, Danyal Zafar revealed that ‘Blue Butterfly’ is the emoji-symbol of love in his last relationship.

“Blue Butterfly was the emoji-symbol of love in my last relationship. You can say that this is my ‘last calling’ to her. A yearn. A box full of cherished memories that I haven’t let go of yet. And I don’t know if I ever can. See, sometimes, you move on but without ever getting over”.

‘Blue Butterfly’ is available on multiple music platforms including Apple Music, Spotify, Google Music, Deezer, SoundCloud, Amazon Music, and Tidal.

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