Armeen Musa

Armeen Musa

 Boston, Massachusetts, USA
BandWorldSinger/Songwriter

Armeen Musa brings onstage the international intertwining of 21st century music combining her roots from the East with Western instruments, to put together a truly global performance.

Biography

Armeen Musa is a singer-songwriter from Bangladesh, currently studying in Berklee College of Music

She brings onstage the international intertwining of 21st century music combining her roots from the East with Western instruments, to put together a truly global performance.

Her debut album "Aye Ghum Bhangai" comprising of 10 original songs and one cover released in 2008. The album features musicians from Bangladesh and London.

Her collaborations include her hit single "Bhromor Koio Giya" with Fuad Almuqtadir which has crossed over 5 million YouTube views, breaking the record for Bangladeshi Music on YouTube.

While living in London she has worked with Kishon Khan's world music band "Lokhhi Terra" performing at the Queen Elizabeth Hall for the "Bangla-beat to Afro beat Concert" in 2008.

Armeen's first exposure to Indian Cinema came about in 2011 in the remake of the song "Nodi Bhora Dheu" (music directed by Neel Dutt) released in the feature film "Jiyo Kaka."

Upon arriving at Berklee, Armeen auditioned with 300 singers to join the 20 piece a-capela group "The Singing Tribe" lead by Joey Blake. The "Singing Tribe's" debut concert was held at the Berklee Performance Centre with the legendary Bobby McFerrin.

Armeen Musa is currently performing with some fellow talented Berklee students and alumni in the East Coast area.

Discography

Bhromor Koi'o Giya 2004
Aye Ghum Bhangai 2008
Songs from Shahbag 2013