Artist Birtday : 20/04/1985 (Age 38)
Born In : Kotli, Pakistan
Occupation(s) : Song writer, Singer
Genres : Punjabi, Sufi Rock, Pop

Syed Asrar Shah, who is famous as a Pakistani songwriter, singer, composer, musician, and writer, is based in Lahore. He was born on April 20, 1985, in Pakistan-administered Kashmir.

In 1992, At an early age, he came to Hyderabad with his parents, after that he moved to Hyderabad then Sindh, in 1992; and Lastly, In 2007, he with his parents moved to Lahore.

It was Sufi music that influenced him very much right from an early age, and he also started composing his own songs.

He started taking his formal singing training under Ustad Sultan Ahmed Khan in Hyderabad.

In 2007, After moving to Lahore, He won the Pakistan Musical Conference, securing first place.

“Nai Saiyyo” was his first single which he released in 2011. He started singing in the coke studio, where he got recognition and popularity as a singer.

Before joining the coke studio, he had also performed the kalam “Terey Ishq ki Inteha chahta hun” which belongs to Muhammad Iqbal’s Bang-e-Dara. After joining the television program coke studio in 2014, he also released his song “Sub Aakho Ali Ali” during the show.

By singing the popular song “Afghan Jalebi” from the movie Phantom, he started his career as a singer in the film industry in 2015.

Asrar also runs a music production firm, Soul Speaks, which is now called RaagBaaz.

He also sang OST for the popular drama serials Cheeks and Pariizaad, which are much popular among the public.