Abdullah Siddiqui, the younger singer-songwriter, has turn into the most recent Pakistani to make it to the Forbes 30 below 30 listing.
Siddiqui took to social media to announce the information.
“Siddiqui began producing English-language electronic music at the age of 11 and started releasing it as an independent artist when he was 16,” Forbes stated.
The native of Lahore has appeared on Nescafé Basement, a Pakistani TV collection that showcases the music of underground artists. He has written and produced music for some distinguished singers in Pakistan, together with Fawad Khan, Meesha Shafi, Shamoon Ismail and Aima Baig, it added.
Siddiqui, saying the event on Instagram, stated: “Forbes 30 Under 30. I’m completely stunned and so incredibly grateful.”
“To everyone who helped me get here, thank you,” he added.
Celebrities — Ushna Shah, Ayesha Omar, Meesha Shafi, Faisal Kapadia, and others — congratulated the younger songwriter on carrying out the feat.
Another UK-based Pakistani chef Zahra Khan was named amongst the world’s most impactful and game-changing entrepreneurs.
Hailing from Lahore, Khan had made it to the Forbes 30 Under 30 Europe List within the retail and E-commerce class.
Khan based Feya and Dyce cafes near the enduring Harrods and Selfridges retail shops within the upscale a part of Central London in Knightsbridge and Oxford Street after graduating from movie star chef Gordan Ramsay’s culinary academy.