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Arooj Aftab Wins Her First Grammy Award

Arooj Aftab, a Pakistani-American singer, residing in Brooklyn, won the Grammy for Best Global Performance for her song “Muhabbat” on Sunday. Not only that, but the Best New Artist award went to Arooj Aftab.

Arooj is noted for her enchanting voice, which blends folk, jazz, and minimalism with old Sufi traditions. Arooj is also a music producer and songwriter who received her education at Berklee College of Music. Former US President Barack Obama chose Arooj’s single ‘Mohabbat’ on his summer favorites list for 2021, putting her on the map.

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Arooj Aftab Wins Her First Grammy Award

The Pakistani singer from Brooklyn is also nominated for Best New Artist at this year’s most awaited music awards. Aftab is attending the Grammys for the first time, with two nominations for her album “Vulture Prince,” which will be released in 2021.

Arooj Aftab Wins Her First Grammy Award

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“I feel like this category has been ridiculous in and of itself… After accepting her medal at the 64th GRAMMY Awards, Aftab quipped onstage, “This should be dubbed the boat party category.” “I created [this album] about everything that has broken and re-broken me.” Thank you for taking the time to listen to it and make it your own.”

Arooj Aftab Wins Her First Grammy Award Arooj Aftab Wins Her First Grammy Award

Arooj Aftab deserves praise for accomplishing this fantastic achievement.

“Wow!” exclaimed famous artist Ali Zafar in a tweet. This is incredible. Arooj Aftab We’ve been following your path from the beginning, and your dedication and desire for knowledge in your area bring us tremendous delight and pride. May you continue to shine brightly. “Bohat si duyaayein,” says the narrator.

Messages of congratulations for Arooj Aftab continue to flood his Twitter timeline.


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