Sanam Marvi, a renowned sufi and folk singer from Pakistan, has just been named the EQUAL Pakistan program’s April ambassador by Spotify.
Marvi was recently highlighted on the digital billboard in Times Square in New York City as a result of the award from Spotify, a dynamic digital music service that hosts millions of songs on its platform from all over the globe.
“Times Square in its Sufi era with @SanamMarviMusic,” Spotify’s Instagram post said.
“Listen to her and other amazing women on the #EQUALPakistan playlist,” it said.
For the past 14 years, the singer, who is renowned for her perfectly pitched vocals, has ruled over listeners’ hearts and minds all over the world.
She shines at the busiest and most commercial junction in the world, solidifying her position in the world of music.
The Big Apple’s central location has already hosted a number of Pakistani performers.
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As the pioneers of Pakistani music, Tina Sani, Nazia Hassan, and Hadiqa Kiani have graced the billboards, while Natasha Noorani, Natasha Humera Ejaz, Momina Mustehsan, and Hassan Raheem have recently received praise and attention.
Young Coke Studio stars Eva Baloch and Shae Gill were also seen having their faces plastered on a massive billboard in New York.