Bilal Maqsood, who is a renowned singer and member of the famous Pakistani pop band Strings has recently indicated that he was offered to join Vital Signs in the 90s.
He shared a clip of his performance of the Vital Signs song Tum Mil Gaye on Instagram and shared a fun fact.
He wrote that back in the year 1998 or 1999 Rohail Hayat asked him if he would like to be a part of Vital Signs. He further mentioned that he was sitting in his studio and right there Rohail placed a call to Junaid Jamshed and told him that they should have me in their band.
He further added that Junaid Jamshed said no, and later Rohail apologized and said this can not happen and that was it. Bilal wrote that the offer came and went away in 15 seconds.
At that time, Strings had released two albums and was doing great.
Bilal Maqsood as we all are aware is the son of Anwar Maqsood. Anwar Sahab is a big name of Pakistan and has made the country proud by many of his phenomenal contributions. Recently he has joined Twitter and even posted a video in which he shared the reason behind making his Twitter account.
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