Abdullah Siddiqui is a stunned pride of the radical music line. Moreover, his compositions are new-fangled and advant-garde to satiate music freaks. Abdullah Siddiqui is undoubtedly the electropop prodigy who is taking Pakistan’s music scene by storm. The recent buzz is about his recognition on the international spectrum, Abdullah Siddiqui is making news, just made it to the Forbes Under 30 Asia List and we couldn’t be prouder. Singer Abdullah Siddiqui Makes it to Forbes 30 Under 30 Asia List.
The 20-year-old has been making music for a decade now and has come a long way, palpable from his pensive body of work. The 20-year-old singer-songwriter and producer has swapped the music industry by the squall. Although he’s vanished from the screen for a few years now, he’s been featured on a popular online indie music platform — True Brew, when he first felt he had ‘arrived’ until he did — most people were only introduced to his work through his absconding performance of his original song, ‘Resistance’, on last year’s Nescafe Basement.
Singer Abdullah Siddiqui Makes it to Forbes 30 Under 30 Asia List
On a video call, it seems he is sitting in a closet. The singer laughed and said,
“My room looks like a closet,”.
He has written and produced music for the acting cliché like Fawad Khan, Meesha Shafi, Shamoon Ismail, and Aima Baig. The singer, who is insignia to fame through his original track Resistance on Nescafe Basement’s Season 5 in 2019 announced the exciting news on social media and is slightly muddled.
What stands him out of the crowd
Conferring to media leaks,
“From bending over backward to Michael Jackson covers on an old German audio software, to burning through iPads producing his music on rudimentary applications and still managing to sound like a pro, Siddiqui has been making music for over a decade now, and has come a long way.”
The 30 Under 30 list picks the next generation talent
It highlights the next generation’s flair. Siddiqui’s achievement comes under the entertainment and sports category.
He spelled out.
“Forbes 30 Under 30. I’m completely stunned and so incredibly grateful. To everyone who helped me get here, thank you.”
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According to the American business magazine,
The Magazine titles him as a producer,
“Siddiqui began producing English-language electronic music at the age of 11 and started releasing it as an independent artist when he was 16. The native of Lahore has appeared on Nescafé Basement, a Pakistani TV series that showcases the music of underground artists. He has written and produced music for some prominent singers in Pakistan, including Fawad Khan, Meesha Shafi, Shamoon Ismail, and Aima Baig.”
The Bigwigs publicly congratulated the star on this huge achievement
We would heartily greet and clap for Abdullah Siddiqui on making the country honored in international arenas.