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Fuad al Muqtadir

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Fuad
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Fuad (left) at Dhanmondi Club, Dhaka
Background information
Native name ফুয়াদ আল মুকতাদির
Also known as Fuad
Born (1980-08-06) August 6, 1980 (age 37)
Sylhet, Bangladesh
Genres Electronica, Hip hop, Rock, R&B
Occupation(s) Producer, singer, composer,music director
Instruments keyboards, vocals, guitar, drums
Years active 2003–present
Labels West4, G-Series, Laser Vision
Website hitfactorybd.com

Fuad al Muqtadir (Bengali: ফুয়াদ আল মুকতাদির; born August 6, 1980), simply known as Fuad, is a Bangladeshi composer.[1][2]

Early life

Fuad left Bangladesh for the United States in 1988 at the age of eight and started junior high school there. He was always on and off at the music and finally formed the band Zefyr in 1993 with Richard Modhu, Himel, Shumon and Fred.[who?] They recorded several tracks and before disbanding in 1999 and released the albums "Maya "1 and "Maya 2" among New York living Bangladeshi communities.[citation needed]

Career

His first record after leaving the band Zefyr was Re/Evolution. With the help of Sohel Aziz, keyboardist from the band Obscure, the album came out in collaboration with both mainstream and underground musicians featuring 14 tracks with some remixes and original songs including the band Stoic Bliss.[citation needed] Litu’s "Sylhoti", Anila’s "Jhilmil", Armeen’s "Bhromor Koiyo" and the re-mixed track, "Mon Chaile Mon" are some songs of the album.[citation needed]

Fuad's Variation No. 25 was produced in 2006.[citation needed] Later in 2006, two songs were added and the CD was re-released as Variation No. 25.2 jointly by G-Series and Aarshee. Some tracks from the album were "Nobina" by Poonam, "Nitol Paye" by Rajib/Fuad jointly and Bappa Mazumder’s "Kono Asroy".[citation needed]

Fuad's album Bonno was released in 2007.[citation needed]by G-Series. Some tracks of the album were "Tor Jonno Ami Bonno" by Upol, "Bonno Rap" by Fuad/Bishop, "Junglee" by Fuad, "Da Dushto Number" and "Nitol Paye" (Live).[citation needed]

Fuad also worked on albums of Sumon & Anila titled "Ekhon Ami", Topu's (Yaatri's vocal) "Bondhu Bhabo Ki?", Fuad Featuring Kona, Fuad featuring Mala, Fuad featuring Mila "Re-defined", and Fuad featuring various artists "Kromannoy" was released on December 2008.[citation needed] He is also working with Sherin, Anila, Sumon, Topu in many solo and mixed albums.[citation needed]

References

  1. ^ "Fuad Al-Muqtadir chats to Ameet". BBC Asian Network. Retrieved 2012-08-17. 
  2. ^ "GTV Fanta Band Top 5 in the making!". The Daily Star. 2015-12-10. Retrieved 2016-05-07. 

Further reading

This page was last edited on 23 May 2018, at 04:34.
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