Meet the new face of TALENT behind time “JAVID CITIZEN”.
Javid has a delicate unique sound with qualities to match and seems to be heading the right direction.
Introduce yourself to Aghaaz readers…?
I was born in the Kunduz province, as it has been the case for many Afghans, I moved to Iran along with family and finished my education there and eventually to Belgium, which is my current hometown.
Your current projects?
Working on some new songs both in Dari and Persian languages and hope my fans like it!
What inspires you to keep going and how do you keep yourself motivated?
What a question! Genuinely, my family because they always supported me.
My motivation is my people, the fact that they are still settling down after many years of war and I tend to bring new style of music into my homeland “Afghanistan”.
Farhad darya _ Wahid Omid
Kichiri and Qabeli Palaw
Where did you train?
With my friend Saeed bazmipour “PSP record”
What and when was your first action of pursuing a music career after high school??
As a young age, I had a strong interest in music. I always listened to old Afghan songs, which has had a huge impact on me since then. I had a discussion with my friend and he encouraged me to take a step forward, and eventually started my singing career.
Lastly, any words of advice for aspiring artists?
We can always depend on our destiny if we want...(Just try it)
What are your goals in life?
I will continue with my life to my destination.
What else you do besides singing?
Football, fitness and basketball
What are your plans for the future?
I want to bring new music style for my people as well as seeing
a smile on the faces of my people too!
Is there any singer you model yourself after?
I have some friends who always use my own style in parties,
but I say all welcome
How do you describe your music style?
My music style comes from all kinds of music! But I always use to style my heart. I really like music so I use my memory to make songs.
I want to thank all the people who will read my interview
and special THANKS to Aghaaz Magazine.
This article was first published in Aghaaz magazine.