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Habib and Tahsan at the Grammy Awards

  • Published at 07:04 pm February 11th, 2019
Habib with AR Raham
Habib with AR Rahman at the 61st Annual Grammy Awards on Sunday held in Los Angeles, California | Facebook

The news started making the rounds on social media when Habib and Tahsan took photos with AR Rahman, attending the grand award ceremony

Popular singers Habib and Tahsan represented Bangladesh at the 61st Annual Grammy Awards on Sunday in Los Angeles, California.

Both singers attended the biggest event of the music world through Qinetic Music, an online digital distributor for Bangladeshi music, which is also a member of the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences. The recording academy is known for its Grammy Awards.

Yesterday Habib shared a photo with AR Rahman on his Facebook profile around noon, Bangladesh time, and the caption read: “The moment that made coming to the Grammys all worth it for me !!!”

The news started making the rounds on social media when Habib and Tahsan took photos with AR Rahman, attending the grand award ceremony.

Tahsan with AR Rahman with 

Tahsan Khan thanked Qinetic music in his Facebook post.

Earlier on February 9, Habib posted a photo on social media from his official Facebook page, and wrote: “Hey guys, I’m off to Los Angeles to attend the Grammys this Feb 10th. Thanks to Qinetic Music for the invite. Watch out for my posts this coming weekend!”

Habib also shared a live video from his page where both singers were seen together at the venue.

Jamshed Chowdhury, director of public relations at Qinetic Music, told the Dhaka Tribune’s Showtime: “As an enlisted record label of Grammy, we send Bangladeshi musicians every year, so this year we invited Tahsan and Habib to attend the Grammys.”

“This year we highlighted the musicians who contributed to the music industry through their solo careers, and so, Habib bhai and Tahsan bhai were invited,” he further added.

In 2016, Zohad Reza Chowdhury, vocalist of Nemesis became the first musician to represent Bangladesh at the Grammy Awards.