Spotify is a highlighting app that acknowledges the works of artists to the public. Among all the brilliant singers in the world, Pakistani singers are also getting acknowledgements as a result of their soulful voices. Recently, Hassan Raheem got featured by Spotify on New York Time Square. Now it is Natasha Noorani on Times Square for her song Baby, Baby!
Natasha Noorani On Times Square Billboard
Spotify posted a picture of, Natasha Noorani on Times Square billboard, on her Instagram profile to showcase her achievement. The post was captioned, “Natasha’s noor lights up Times Square.” It further stated, “Listen to our EQUAL Pakistan artist of the month. Noorani and other amazing women artists on the EQUAL Pakistan playlist.” The post appreciated her as the singer of the month in the EQUAL Pakistani playlist.
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Spotify has started to praise and promote female singers from the country and Natasha Noorani has bagged this achievement for herself.
Who Is She?
Natasha Noorani is a Pakistani playback singer, voiceover artist, and songwriter. She stepped into the industry with her debut album Munasib in 2018. Since then, she has collaborated with multiple singers like Strings, Hassan Raheem, Sikandar ka Mandar, Gentle Robot, Jamal Rehman, and Talal Qureshi.
She is a part of a band named Biryani Brothers. As an emerging singer, she has also bagged the 2019 Goeth Talents Scholarship for her modern pop music. Moreover, Natasha sang on a major platform like Velo Station in 2020.
Natasha Noorani has also done playback singing for film projects like Baaji and Chalay Thay Sath.
List of Natasha Noorani Songs
Here is a list of all of her songs:
- Work (Munasib, 2018)
- Fever Dream (Munasib, 2018)
- Occupy (Munasib, 2018)
- To Get Her (Munasib, 2018)
- Apocalypse, How? (Munaasib, 2018)
- Ye Aaj Mujh Ko Kia Hua (Baaji, 2019)
- Baby Baby (Velo Sound Station, 2020)
- Trace (2020)
- Choro (2021)
- Faltu Pyaar (ft. Hassan Raheem, 2022)
- Laiyan (2022)
Natasha Noorani has a soulful voice that made her appear on a billboard in Time Square. With constant effort, she is moving upwards and collecting acknowledgement for the female singers of the country.