Sediq Shabab

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Sediq Shabab (sometimes spelled Sediq Shubab) is a singer and Instagram.[1] figure originally from Afghanistan and now living in Germany.

Both Sediq and his brother Tahir Shabab, who was a judge on Season 9 of Afghan Star, hail from a military family from the Panjshir province[2] but broke with tradition to become musicians.

Sediq has recorded more than two dozen albums featuring traditional songs in Farsi, Pashto, Uzbek and Urdu and contemporary music in a range of languages. Many of his contemporary tracks deal with the Afghan War and the impact on his home country. Much of this music is available on Spotify[3] and YouTube[4] and he has appeared as a guest on Afghan television[5].

He has performed for dignitaries from around the world, including representatives of the Japanese and Algerian governments. Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon was a guest of honour at an online performance by Sediq in 2020 to celebrate the contribution of Afghans in Scotland and share the poetry of their national bards Robert Burns and Rumi, whose poetry has been used by Sediq in his songs[6]

His largest groups of monthly listeners on Spotify are from Germany, Canada, Sweden, the Netherlands and Australia.[3]

Recent releases[3][edit]

  • Murghe Sahar, single, released 2020
  • Namaz, single, released 2020
  • Takan Takan, single, released 2020
  • Gari Gari, single, released 2020
  • Dukhtar e Khana, single, released 2020
  • Aazaadi, single, released 2020
  • Dil Aye Dil, single, released 2020
  • Lal Labat Shakar Dar, single, released 2020
  • Desmal e Rawal, single, released 2020
  • Nazanin, single, released 2020
  • Beganaa, single, released 2020
  • An Mahe Naw, single, released 2020
  • Wade Didaar, single, released 2020 (with Khaled Kayhan)
  • Ariai, single, released 2020
  • Dukhtarak, single, released 2020
  • Laila, single, released 2020
  • Afghani Asti, single, released 2020
  • Sarzamin e Madari, single, released 2020
  • Sanaubar, single, released 2019 (with Khaled Kayhan)


  2. "Sediq Shubab biography". Retrieved 2021-06-06.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 "Sediq Shabab". Spotify. Retrieved 2021-06-06.
  4. "Sediq Shabab - YouTube". Retrieved 2021-06-06.
  5. Interview with Singer Sediq Shubab Part 1, retrieved 2021-06-06
  6. "Ayrshire and Afghanistan meet as unique Burns event goes online". The National. Retrieved 2021-06-06.

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