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New Yorker Momina Mustehsan takes South Asia by storm with ‘Afreen’

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Daughter of Huma and Kazim Mustehsan, residents of Roslyn in Nassau County, on the North Shore of Long Island, New York, Momina is an engineer by profession.

The singer first tasted success with Pee Jaun, which she co-wrote and sang with singer Farhan Saeed. She also sang a song, Sajna, in an album released by the popular Pakistani band Junoon, celebrating its 20th anniversary.

Mustehsan also sang for the band Soch in the Bollywood film Ek Villain, which was released in 2014.

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Momina Mustehsan, a 24-year-old New Yorker of Pakistani origin, has taken South Asia and the world by storm following her rendition of a track alongside popular Qawwali singer Rahet Ali Khan. Mustehsan’s song, Afreen — which was originally sung by the legendary Pakistani singer Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan — was released by Coke Studio, a music TV series featuring music performances by various singers. She is the featured artist in the program’s ninth edition. Coke Studio released Afreen on August 19, 2016. The video became an immediate success in just under four weeks with over 15 million views on YouTube…

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