Abid, the young Pakistani Boy from Sibbi has become an overnight rap superstar. This story of Abid from the streets of Sibbi, Baluchistan will surely melt your hearts.
Abid hails from Sibbi and he is one street smart boy who can’t read nor can’t write.Abid is among one of those lucky ones who got the big break by collaborating with Patari and SomeWhatSuper.
Abidis among one of those lucky ones who got the big break by collaborating with Patari and SomeWhatSuper.
Listen to Abid’s song and tell us what you think!
From errand boy to rap superstar.Full Song: http://patari.pk/home/song/Patari-Tabeer-The-Sibbi-Song-Ft-Abid-Brohi-and-SomeWhatSuper Abid can’t read or write, but he taught himself to rap on the streets of Sibbi. He performs here with chart topping SomeWhatSuper.‘The Sibbi Song’: the first track of Patari Tabeer – a stage for unsung Pakistani voices.Share this video, play the song on Patari. Every play becomes royalties for Abid. Woofer pharein, ghusalkhanay mein gayein, doston ko suna'ain.Music: Abid Brohi & SomeWhatSuperVideo Production: Stop Motion Digital with thanks to Myra IqbalSpecial thanks to Fawzia Naqvi for #PatariTabeer
Posted by Patari on Saturday, January 14, 2017
Abid might not be well versed with reading and writing but his remarkable talent has made him a known rapper. Abid’s soundtrack was covered under the recent project of Patari by the name of ‘PatariTabeer- a stage for unsung Pakistani Voice”
Having the background of half Sindhi and half Baluchi roots, Abid’s works revolves both these languages in his lyrics.
“The Sibbi Song” has lyrics from an old Sindhi song “KatayMiltaSaeen” and you must listen how Abid has infused original rap in it. Abid’s ustaads had mastered in Raag and you can see Abid giving a touch of it in his song too. That’s where he developed the love for singing especially rapping.