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Muhammad Aqib Jamil

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Muhammad Aqib Jamil
Background information
Birth nameMuhammad Aqib Jamil
BornJune 15, 1992
Rawalpindi, Pakistan
Years active2017–present

Muhammad Aqib Jamil (born 15 June 1992) is a Pakistani Composer, Producer & Audio Engineer. He is one of the Co-founder of a music startup Varga Core, incubated at National Incubation Center Islamabad.[1][2][3]

Life and career[edit]

Muhammad Aqib Jamil was born on June 15, 1992 in Rawalpindi, Pakistan. In 2015, he obtained BSc Electronic Engineering degree from UET Taxila.[4] He transitioned from Electronics Engineering to a world of music. His mentor is J. Anthony Allen, who holds a PhD in Music Composition and he is also an Ableton Live Certified Trainer, Co-founder and CEO of Slam Academy, a multimedia educational space in downtown Minneapolis.


On 20 March 2019, he was invited as a panelist on Fail Faire vol.2. Daastan in collaboration with Accountability Lab organized this panel discussion in National Incubation Center Islamabad.[5][6][7] On 21 March 2019, he was invited on Radio Pakistan station Dhanak FM 94 as a guest to talk about emerging talents and what platforms are available for them to promote their work.[8][9] He Co-produced, Mixed & Mastered a musical season called "Chai Pani" which went quite viral on YouTube and SoundCloud.[10][11] He made several appearances on TV shows and talked about promoting young talent.[12][13][14] He also hosted Make Music Day Street Studios on June 21, 2019 in Islamabad, Pakistan. It was for the very first time it took place in the capital city.[15]


On 21 June 2020, he will be hosting Make Music Day Bedroom Studios. Due to COVID-19, while people around the world are staying safer at home, producers will continue this tradition with Bedroom Studios – live-streaming their production process from home, while creating a collaborative track with short audio clips sent in by viewers.[16]

Artistry and influences[edit]

Ellie Goulding one of his biggest influence and inspiration.

He is heavily influenced by Ellie Goulding and she is all over his social media. In 2016, he even wrote an online letter asking her to visit Pakistan.[17] Out of his several tracks, two are about her.[18][19]

His catalog of music is quite diverse; he works mostly in Electronic, House and Trance genres. But has done some Rock, Progressive and Folk as well.[20] His track “Simba” is quite popular among kids, many videos were created using TikTok.[21]


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  2. "Varga Core - National Incubation Center". National Incubation Center.
  3. "Meet Our 6th Cohort - National Incubation Center". Facebook.
  4. "Alumni Association UET Taxila". UET Taxila.
  5. "Fail Faire vol.2 - Daastan". LinkedIn.
  6. "Speaker Profile of Muhammad Aqib Jamil - Daastan". Facebook.
  7. "Super thankful to the esteemed panelists for sharing their experience - Daastan". Facebook.
  8. "Bolti Sham with Faheem Bangish having Muhammad Aqib Jamil as a guest - Radio Pakistan Dhanak FM94". Facebook.
  9. "Muhammad Aqib Jamil live on Bolti Sham with Faheem Bangish - Radio Pakistan Dhanak FM94". Facebook.
  10. "ChaiPani Season-1 - Varga Core". YouTube.
  11. "ChaiPani Season-1 - Varga Core". SoundCloud.
  12. "World This Morning 11-07-2019 "Promoting young talent" - PTV World". YouTube.
  13. "Future of Music Industry in Pakistan - GTV NETWORK HD". YouTube.
  14. "Good morning pakistan - Roze News". YouTube.
  15. "Street Studios - Make Music Day". Make Music Day.
  16. "Bedroom Studios - Make Music Day". Make Music Day.
  17. "Muhammad Aqib Jamil - Instagram". Instagram.
  18. "Pop Stardom Ellie - Muhammad Aqib Jamil". YouTube.
  19. "Ellie's Birthday Beat - Muhammad Aqib Jamil". YouTube.
  20. "Today's Featured Artist - Stephen Weber". Drooble.
  21. "Simba - Muhammad Aqib Jamil". TikTok.

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