Fadia Shaboroz – A music icon in the making

Fadia Shaboroz - A music icon in the making
Fadia Shaboroz

UK-based Pakistani, Fadia Shaboroz is singing her way to fame and this music icon in the making is surely here to stay!

A cursory glance at the work of the rising star reveals that the songstress is brimming with immense talent, which has taken her places over the years.

From Punjabi to Sufi, Urdu to Hindi, Classical to Pop; there is no musical genre she has not dabbled in.

If you are an ardent fan of watching the golden musical evenings of PTV Virsa: Heritage Revived, you might have spotted the versatile voice of Fadia Shaboroz, turning the atmosphere melodious with her earthy vocals.

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From a very young age, she has harbored a love for singing. After kick-starting her professional music career in 2012, she made a splashing feat as she performed at the celebration of the Diamond Jubilee of Her Majesty, the Queen.

Fadia Shaboroz represented herself as the first-ever British Artist at the Palace of Westminster in the presence of Lords, MPs and Ministers of Her Majesty’s Government.

While living in Manchester, she has been passionately expressing her love for Pakistan.

She has made us proud by being a cultural ambassador and reciting the national anthem on Pakistan’s Independence Day at various celebrations and flag-bearing ceremonial events hosted by Pakistani officials.

Her musical covers for Sang-e-Mar Mar’s OST, Teri Galiyaan, and Raksh-e-Qamar have gained immense popularity on YouTube and even made waves in India.

Fadia has even penned her own tracks ‘Aatish Dil Di’ and ‘Megha Barse’.

Not just a singer

Fadia is beyond a cover singer. She is a champion of human rights and has been volunteering actively with different communities and charities in the UK to work for humanity.

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