Talal Qureshi Height, Age, Girlfriend, Wife, Children, Family, Biography & More
Hometown: Karachi, Pakistan
Age: 33 Years
• Record Producer
|Physical Stats & More|
|Height (approx.)||in centimeters- 175 cm
in meters- 1.75 m
in feet & inches- 5’ 9”
|Eye Colour||Moss Green|
|Debut song||song: The Equator|
|Date of Birth||2 April, 1988 (Saturday)|
|Age (as of 2021)||33 Years|
|Birthplace||Riyadh, Saudi Arabia|
Talal released the rap song Jawab De, this song was about military overreach, religious fanaticism, and the consequences of violence against civilians, minorities and women in Pakistan. This song was banned by the youtube Community Guidelines and was also censored on media. The Times of India
|Relationships & More|
|Parents||Father- Not Known
Mother- Not Known
There is not much information about his parents
Some Lesser Known Facts About Talal Qureshi
- Talal Qureshi is a Pakistani musician, singer, record producer, who has made his mark in electronic music.
- Talal was born in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia but later, moved to Karachi, Pakistan.
- According to Talal during his childhood, he used to play the guitar and make a pattern on a Casio keyboard. Talal started writing music at the age of thirteen.
- Talal released his first song “Phase Shift” in 2007 and his first debut EP x1988 in 2013.
- Talal Qureshi formed SNKM (Saturday Night Killing Machine) along with a famous Pakistani rapper, record producer, singer, and songwriter, Adil Omar. In SNKM Talal and Addil share the production, songwriting, and vocal duties. Later in 2015, Talal along with Adil made their first US debut at SXSM ( South by Southwest). Talal collaborated with many musicians and played in various shows, which he continued till 2018.
- In 2016, Talal released a rap song “Jawab De”. This song was about military overreach, religious fanaticism, and the consequences of violence against civilians, minorities and women in Pakistan. The release of this song resulted in many controversies. The song was banned by YouTube Community Guidelines and was also censored on media.
- In 2016, Talal released the song “AAG” along with a Punjabi folk singer Naseebo Lal. He dedicated this song to his late mother.
- According to Talal, his songs are played in the UK and in BBC Asian network. His songs are also played on radio stations in India, Finland, Austria, Iceland, Germany, Japan, and Belgium.  The Express Tribune
- Talal Qureshi worked with singers like Atif Aslam, Faris Shafi, Natasha Noorani, Mehdi Maloof and Rehma.
- Bobby Friction, who is an electronic DJ on East Village Radio and an inexhaustible list of BBC channels, mentioned Talal Qureshi to be the sound of the future.
- In an interview, on discussing the perception of people about artists, Talal said that it is not necessary for an artist to take consume alcohol and drugs to become creative. As he also quoted
I’ve been doing music for 12 years and I’ve been doing it sober. There’s a lot of hash and weed that’s going around wherever I’m playing. I don’t know about any other drugs. And people tell producers to do acid or ecstasy just so they can start being creative, but I don’tneed hash or weed to make music.
- According to Talal, he organizes most of his shows himself as according to Talal sponsored shows hardly see the light of an artist.  The Express Tribune
- Earlier, in a Mad Decent Block Party that took place in Islamabad Talal was amongst the best performers.
|↑1||The Times of India|
|↑2, ↑3||The Express Tribune|