Karachi, June 24, 2022: Spotify announced Zoha Zuberi as June’s EQUAL Pakistan Ambassador. The program is part of Spotify’s commitment to showcase women creators revolutionizing Pakistan’s music industry and celebrating the women-leading innovations and exciting developments in the Pakistani music scene. Zoha became the fourth Ambassador after Arooj Aftab, Mehak Ali, and Hadiqa Kiani, representing young and established women artists in the country. In addition, as the EQUAL Pakistan Ambassador of June, Zoha was featured on a Spotify digital billboard at Times Square NYC on June 23, promoting her latest single, “I Rather“.
Zoha Zuberi, the versatile and talented indie writer, composer and vocalist, becomes EQUAL Pakistan Ambassador for the month
For the last five years Zoha Zuberi, an independent singer and composer from Pakistan’s capital city, has changed music dynamics both within the country and internationally. The vibrant indie musician is a voice of her own, amongst the women making a mark for themselves in the entertainment scene through their unique compositions. Through songs such as ‘Kuch Kehna Chahta Hun‘, ‘Judaa‘, and ‘Jo Tu Na Mera‘, Zoha has captured the attention of a global audience across India, the US, Bangladesh, and Canada.
When asked about her feelings about being the EQUAL Ambassador of the month, Zoha said, “A sense of gratification is overwhelming but what this really means to me is far more than just a sense of personal achievement. It is for the woman of Pakistan to step into the spotlight and me. For all of us to express ourselves and take our place in the music scene.”
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