Pakistani pop singer Atif Aslam has revealed that he will soon work with renowned American hard rock band Guns N' Roses on a fusion project.
Terming the project a milestone in his singing career, Aslam said that he would have the opportunity to work with the band's former lead guitarist Slash, rhythm guitarist Gilby Clarke and multi-instrumentalist Chris Pitman, reports Dawn.com.
He even said that by collaborating with Guns N' Roses, he would try to bring closer the people of the USA and Pakistan.
The pop singer also said that he would also like to invite other prominent Pakistani singers and musicians, including those doing classical music, to join hands with him when it came to work with the western musicians.
He also admitted that he had recorded a Punjabi track with some of the band members, which was his own composition.