Natasha Khan is a Pakistani songster, songwriter, composer, and audio engineer. She is also the first educated female audio engineer in Pakistan. Natasha stepped into Coke Studios. In Season 9 as a singer in Coke Studios (Pakistani TV program) and Season 10 as a singer and supporting the singer.
|Born||25 October 1979|
This article has all the information regarding Natasha Khan’s life, Career, Discography, and collaborations.
Natasha Khan was born in Islamabad and now lives in London. She graduated from the SAE Institute and is preparing, mixing, and composing several mainstream works. Natasha began her career with her single Fire, released in 2005. The song is available on the streaming platform Reverb Nation. After a long break, she returned to the mainstream with Cook in Season 9 of Cook Studios and performed "Dil Kamala."
She returned to Cook Studios Pakistan (Season 10) as a backing singer and featured artist, where she performed her second with Ali Zafar. Dwight performed the song "You Think." Also, Natasha is the recording engineer for the feature film Azadi. Natasha has also performed a song by Temasha-Band in Money Throw, which was published in Pepsi Battle of the Bands. Natasha Khan is also seen in Kashan Admani's Acoustic Station. Natasha performed Nadia Hussain's song, Ji Lone, as a backing singer at the Acoustic Station.
Natasha Khan is a part of Kashman Admani's global collaboration, including Grammy nominee Simon Phillips (drummer), Grammy Award winner Charlie Basharat, Stuart Ham, Roman Miroshenko, Lily Casley, Plush Sen, Louisa Proct, and musicians from around the world. The song 'Hum Ek Hain' also features Pakistani musicians, including Farhad Humayun, Faqir, Najam Shiraz, Rafi Israr, Imran Shafiq, Natasha Baig, and many more.
Natasha Khan, produced by Katashan Admani, performed We Are One (Global Cooperation Song). The song brings together 40 musicians from around the world for a message of hope and solidarity.