Soulful singing will always triumph over technology: Javed Ali

If you think Javed Ali's voice is mesmerising on record, just wait till you hear it in person. 

The melodious singer of Bollyhood returns to Singapore after seven years to sing at the Esplanade Concert Hall on Saturday, May 25. Collaborating with 'Queen of Sufi' Harshdeep Kaur, the duo will bring you a beautiful night of soulful Sufi songs. 

Born and brought up in Delhi, Javed started singing at his early age, learning from his father Ustad Hamid Hussian. Over the years, he grew with his craft, relentlessly experimenting and reinventing himself to remain a fresh and relevant voice in the music industry.

Talented Javed sings in 16 different Indian languages for various films and leading actors. Moving forward, he hopes to spread his knowledge and things that he has learnt over the years to the younger generations of singers. 

Watch our candid interview with Javed Ali on his musical journey and his thoughts on performing for Indians outside of India: 

 

Author
Punam Sharrma
Punam Sharrma – Head of Content

Punam is an accomplished Broadcast Professional with over 21 years of hands-on experience in anchoring news and sports-based programs. A Chevening Scholar at Cardiff University, she worked as an Editor, Anchor and Producer for organisations like ESPN, TV Today and India Today. Recognised as the first Indian female news anchor for international sports broadcaster at ESPN. Out of box thinker with innovative programming initiatives that led to winning of prestigious awards.

Comments
Poll

How do you spend your time during Covid19 stay at home?

  • Watching movies and shows on Netflix, Aamazon Prime etc.
  • Physical activity, exercise, yoga, HIIT etc
  • Playing online games, PS4, X-box.
  • Reading books.
  • Making a list things you will do once this is over
Answer
Write your story

Contribute an Article

Learn more