Nazia Hassan ’s 54th Birthday & We Miss Her!
The first female pop icon of Pakistan Nazia Hassan who boosted the music industry in the ’80s and ’90s would have been celebrating her 54th Birthday had she been alive today. Her family, fans, and followers still miss the legendary singer and remember her through her music videos, songs, and pictures.
Nazia Hassan was not only popular in Pakistan but as well as in India she was considered to be the iconic singer and had a huge fan following. Her songs were refreshing and different from the mainstream style of the Pakistani music genre of that time, which has garnered a massive following in a short span of time.
If we say she was the beauty with brains it won’t be wrong; her simplicity and hard work took her to the heights of success and her name is still written with gold in the history of the music industry of Pakistan.
Her massive hits include Aankhein Milanein Waley, Disco Deewaney, Aap Jaisa Koi, Dil Ki Lagi, and Dosti to name a few; most of her songs are popular even today since they were far ahead of their times when they were released.
Nazia Hassan had introduced the pop genre in Pakistan and that is why she is until now considered the Pop queen but many also saw this beautiful singer as a style icon who gave some serious fashion sense to the women of Pakistan.
Nazia Hassan (3 April 1965 – 13 August 2000) was a Pakistani pop singer-songwriter, lawyer and social activist. She started her music career at the age of 10, and became one of the most prominent singer in Pakistan and India. She enjoyed widespread popularity across South and Southeast Asia and has been called the “Queen of Pop” in South Asia. She, along with her brother Zoheb Hassan, went on to sell over 65 million records worldwide. Her English language single Dreamer Deewanemade her the first Pakistani singer to make it to the British charts. In the middle of her successful singing career, Hassan earned degrees in economics and law at two prestigious London schools, Richmond, The American International University and the University of London.