An evening of music featuring:

Usman Farooqi

Usman Farooqi

Usman Farooqi is a Punjabi singer-songwriter from Manchester. He started his career in 2017 as a live performer after winning The Bollywood talent show in Manchester, he is self taught when it comes to his vocal abilities or even guitar playing skills which is why it’s all the more impressive.

Farooqi composed and wrote his first Punjabi release Jalwa in 2018 which went on to release with India’s biggest music label T-Series and became a hit.

Farooqi composes and writes his own music as this helps him develop his composing and singing skills and brings the best out of him.

Stay tuned for some amazing new style of Punjabi music!

Hussnain Lahori

Hussnain Lahori

Born in Lahore, raised in London, Hussnain Lahori is a British singer-songwriter of Indo-Pak heritage. He is an artist who practices in the form of music. A self taught musician who pursued independent training in south Asian and western genres such as classical, rock, folk, blues and jazz. In a decade-long career, Hussnain has performed at various venues across the country, from the Oldham Coliseum to the Wembley Arena.

Joga Singh

Joga SinghJoga Singh‘s inspiration is spiritual and sufi music. From today’s contemporary culture of music, he absolutely loves the style of house music, raggae music, r’n’b and making new sounds by mixing and visualising ideas.

Joga is honoured to be working on new song releases alongside Virally and internationally known roach killa.

From the rap world, Joga has worked with some amazing artists and is honoured to be working on a film sound track for a UK cinema production to be released on Netflix.

Joga is proud to have been chosen to be displayed at the Manchester Museum in the UK as a pioneer of bhangra music for the UK.

His highlight performances are singing at The Royal Festival Hall, B4U business award, Sony Awards Ceremony and Mayors Civil Ball 2024. Joga was Nominated for a Brit Asia Award and performed before fifty thousand magical audience members.

The night will also feature amateur singing artists from SAMA council.

Shehzada G

The event will be hosted by Shehzada G.

The Met bar will sell soft drinks until after the interval, and BAME PROJECT will be selling Asian snacks including samosa and pakoras to purchase at the interval.

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Derby Hall @ The Met
FREE – advance booking recommended

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