#2 Pop Music Artist in UK is a Refugee, Mom & 41

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As she makes headlines worldwide, singer, mom, and refugee SHAB shares her unbelievable journey of escaping Iran and launching her upcoming album INFINITE LOVE. From the producer of Ariana Grande & Jennifer Lopez comes Shab’s brand new single “What I Do” which is climbing the American & UK charts, has steady rotation on MTV, and amassed nearly 2 million YouTube views


She came out of nowhere during the pandemic with the post-apocalyptic video for her first single, “Spell On Me,” which has been streamed millions of times. Last month, the song reached #2 on the Commercial UK Pop Club Chart. Through rhapsodic lyrics and dance beats, this Iranian refugee and mother of two has captured the attention of girls around the world.  At 41, she’s become a breakout star of the pandemic, please see the stunning video here: “What I Do” The mystical pop-leaning “What I Do” single and music video was helmed by Grammy-winning producer Damon Sharpe, who is known for his work producing Ariana Grande, Jennifer Lopez and more. Featuring a steady stream of feel-good hooks, SHAB draws on her own romantic torment, crafting raw lyrics to her lover and heartfelt reflections on surrendering herself to intimacy.

Through power ballads and dance floor anthems with the upcoming album, SHAB harnesses anguish and devotion, as she traces journeys of femme self-discovery. This mother of two has spent the last few years gaining a loyal Persian fanbase around the world, establishing herself as a pop goddess with purpose. Her first “Spell on Me” music video alternates between playful and surreal.

An eclectic mix of sounds ring throughout her new album as she opts for a mix of urban tilting songs, pop ballads, and dance inducing knockouts. She combines and energizes familiar dance-pop sounds to make music worth getting lost in. With effortlessly huge choruses and distinct yet unpredictable vocals that’s eccentric in the purest of pop sense. SHAB delivers a kaleidoscope of sound that goes hand-in-hand with the lyrics.