Abdullah Siddiqui, who shocked everyone with his music in Pakistan, has been made a part of Forbes magazine's 30 under 30 Asia list. The list includes people up to the age of 30 in various fields who become the center of attention due to their outstanding services in various fields. The list, released by Forbes, includes 30 people aged 30 and under who have made a name for themselves in a very short period of time.
One of them is Abdullah Siddiqui and he talked about this honor in an Instagram post. Abdullah Siddiqui, who rose to fame with his resistance during Season 5 of Nescafe Basement in 2019, wrote on Instagram: 'I am stunned and very grateful to be a part of Forbes 30 Under 30.
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"Abdullah Siddiqui has been producing English-language electronic music since he was 11 years old and has been releasing his tracks as an independent artist since he was 16 years old," the American magazine wrote in his profile. The profile further states that artists from Lahore participated in the Nice Cafe Basement, a Pakistani show featuring music by anonymous artists. Abdullah Siddiqui introduced some of Pakistan's leading singers, including Fawad Khan, Meesha Shafi, He has also produced music for Shimon Ismail and Ima Beg.
Abdullah Siddiqui's success was congratulated by many well-known artists. From experiments on an old German radio on the cover of Michael Jackson to composing music via iPhone and iPad, Abdullah Siddiqui has been composing music for over a decade now and has a long way to go.