Ibrahim's first release was the CD EP 'Middle Road' featuring guest vocals and guitar from Paul Weller. Ibrahim also provided the vocals for Weller's spoken word song entitled God, on his 2008 album, 22 Dreams along with guitars for previous Paul Weller releases, e.g. Illumination. He followed that with his début album entitled Lahore to Longsight, which he describes as being 'Asian Blues', the album title describes his family journey from Lahore to Longsight, Lahore being the second city of Pakistan and Longsight Aziz's birthplace in inner city Manchester, where he still lives. He performed on the Simply Red 1987/88 world tour but did not feature on the following album. He was called in to replace original guitarist Slyvan Richardson who had left after recording the second album. At this point, apart from Slyvan the line-up featured all original members.
Ibrahim also scored the music for the Psygnosis PlayStation game Eliminator. The music in the game features samples, electric guitars with effects, electronic drum kits, percussion, and techno sounds.
Ibrahim co-founded "No Label" – the name initially came from Ibrahim in a rant about major record labels, how he didn't need them and would start his own label and call it 'No Label Records'. The label was initially formed with co-directors John Sherrington, Nova Rehman and employing Ahsan Naeem as A&R scout. After No Label was established in Bolton, Ibrahim later took a back seat to the set up concentrating on his music. The labels' first release was the début single 'Middle Road" from Aziz Ibrahim followed by the signing of Mark Coyle group 'Tailgunner'. No Label was liquidated in 2000. After the demise of No Label, Ibrahim founded the LongsightManchester based label Indus Records Ltd.