This British Pakistani Boy Raises Awareness for Covid-19 through Music and Poetry which is Enthralling

 This British Pakistani Boy Raises Awareness for Covid-19 through Music and Poetry which is Enthralling

Pakistani blood-owned generation dwells in wherever nook and corner of the globe are most striking and energetic and eulogized globally on their creative skills. This time when People need motivation and awareness from this pandemic, another Pakistani step in.This British Pakistani Boy Raises Awareness for Covid-19 through Music and Poetry which is Enthralling.

This nine-year-old British-Pakistani Ibraheem Usmani has extolled after he preparatory raising awareness about the coronavirus pandemic through music and poetry. And people are not stopping to acclaim the little kid’s gifted talent.

Furthermore, the young boy pursuits to reassure people to create music, art, write songs, and to socialize awareness about the virus and interrelated issues like isolation, mental health, domestic abuse, and social accountability and responsibility.

Ibraheem Initiated a YoutTube Channel, HopeCast… that has Stirred the World

Ibraheem’s casting spell has sent ripples across the world with Academy Award winner Colin Firth, Pop-star Meg Myers and Children’s author Katherine Rundell recently recorded their preferred jingles from the HopeCast.

In an exclusive conversation with The News, Ibraheem said,

“I always wanted to be a Youtuber, as I had many ideas that I wanted to share with the world through my music and creativity. When the coronavirus started, we all got locked down, I couldn’t play any sports, meet my friends, go to school, etc.”

This British Pakistani Boy Raises Awareness for Covid-19 through Music

“I wanted to do something that can not only inspire us all to be creative but to also comfort each other in these uncertain times. I also wanted other children, my friends, etc to get involved in some activity instead of wasting time just playing video games all day so, my dad and I thought of making a platform, something for the people, by the people.”

Ibraheem’s proud father shared the spark of his kid with the world

“Ibraheem has been featured in various international platforms like BBC News and ITV. His channel is now releasing videos in 14 languages, with original contributions from as far as Japan and celebrities such as Colin Firth, Meg Myers, Lzzy Hale, and Junoon’s Salman Ahmed have taken part. We not only converging on big names and celebrities but also intended to do with ordinary people. Ibraheem’s vision for his platform is to make it the biggest platform in the world for artistic collaboration.”

“This can be a perfect place for songwriters, musicians, poets, and artists to express their voices and collaborate with each other. We started this is as a non-profit venture, so we plan to start a charity through the money we may earn from the views, to help people affected by COVID-19 and other issues. I personally think it’s amazing for a normal schoolboy to come this far and have a lot of people, around the world, supporting his dream.”

Ibraheem’s Motivational Message

“My message is that if you imagine something, it can happen but you’ll need to put in a lot of effort and hard work for your idea to come alive. We should all try to contribute some positivity around the world we see, no matter how small. You never know, any idea can grow and become big. The key is to have focus and do the hard work. When the situation improves, we plan to release our first collaborative, spoken-word album. Who knows, maybe we can win a Grammy or two?”

Best of luck Ibraheem Usmani… Pakistan is proud of you!

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