Bilal Saeed

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Mohammed Bilal Saeed
Born (1988-12-12) 12 December 1988 (age 29)
Sialkot, Punjab, Pakistan
Residence Lahore
Nationality Pakistani
Occupation Singer, songwriter, music producer, music composer
Spouse(s) Gia Bilal (2009–present)
Children Ahad Bilal
Awards See below
Musical career
Instruments Vocals
Years active 2011 – present
Labels Desi Music Factory, Beyond Records, envyworldwide
Associated acts Neha Kakkar, Dr Zeus, Amrinder Gill, Fateh, Bohemia,Tayyab Waqar Ex, Young Desi, Somee Chohan

Bilal Saeed (Urdu: بلال سعید‎) is a Pakistani singer-songwriter, music producer and music composer. Since the beginning of his career in 2011, he has received various awards nominations in Pakistan, India and United Kingdom. He is the only Pakistani to get nominated for PTC Punjabi Music Awards and Brit Asia Awards.[1]

Life and career[edit]

Bilal Saeed was born in Sialkot, Pakistan in a Punjabi Muslim Syed family on 12 December 1988. On 25 April 2009, he got married to Gia Bilal. Now they have a son named "Ahad Bilal". He began his career as a music composer and writer. As his career, he quickly gained popularity through his debut single "12 Saal" in 2011.[2] In 2012 he released his new single "Mahi Mahi" and debut album "Twelve" which received two nominees at PTC Punjabi Music Award for Best Non Residents Punjabi Album and Best Non Resident Punjabi Vocalist.[3] The album also featured Dr Zeus, Amrinder Gill and Fateh. A single "Khair Mangdi" from the album was nominated as Song of the Year at 13th Lux Style Awards. In 2013, for the first time he recorded songs for a film, i.e. "Tauba Tauba" and "Rattan Chitian" from Daddy Cool Munde Fool 2013 Punjabi film. In 2014, he released a single "Lethal Combination" with Roach Killa under Beyond Records in 2014. The single topped BBC Asian Charts.[4] Later in December 2014, he composed a tribute song "Maan" on Peshawar Attack (Black Day Pakistan, 16 Dec 2014), to condemn the victims of APS School, Peshawar. He also released a single "Kaash (A Wish)" in 2015 which topped the iTunes Chart.[5] He made his Bollywood debut in 2015 by composing soundtrack of the film Ishqedarriyaan with Jeet Ganguly and Jaidev Kumar.[6][7] He released another single in 2016 "Paranday", followed by 'Blah Blah Blah' featuring Punjabi Rapper Young Desi in August 2016. In 2016, the remake of his song "Khair Mangdi" featured in Karan Johar's Bollywood movie Baar Baar Dekho. In September 2016, he made his Lollywood debut by composing a song "Chulbul" for Pakistani Film Zindagi Kitni Haseen Hay. One more single of Bilal Saeed released in January 2017 "No Makeup", which featured Bohemia. Later in 2017 he released another single "Twinkle Twinkle" along with Young Desi in August. In early November he released another single "Suroor" with Neha Kakkar on November 3 to be exact.

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

Year Album Record Label Co-Singer(s) Writer(s) Composer(s)
2012 Twelve DMC Records Dr Zeus, Young Fateh, Shortie, Hannah Kumari Bilal Saeed, Shortie, Dr Zeus Bilal Saeed, Dr Zeus

Album "Twelve" Tracks[edit]

No. Song Co-Singer(s) Writer(s) Composer(s)
1 12 Saal Bilal Saeed Bilal Saeed, Dr Zeus
2 Mahi Mahi Bilal Saeed Bilal Saeed
3 Adhi Adhi Raat Bilal Saeed Bilal Saeed
4 Mahiya Bilal Saeed Bilal Saeed
5 Dil Bilal Saeed Bilal Saeed
6 Ja Jay Tu Jana Bilal Saeed Bilal Saeed
7 Ijazat Shortie, Dr Zeus, Young Fateh Bilal Saeed, Shortie, Bilal Saeed, Dr Zeus
8 2 Number Amrinder Gill, Young Fateh Bilal Saeed Bilal Saeed, Dr Zeus
9 Heeriye Bilal Saeed Bilal Saeed
10 Ku Ku (Tu Meri Janaa) Dr Zeus, Young Fateh Bilal Saeed Bilal Saeed, Dr Zeus
11 Khair Mangdi Dr Zeus, Young Fateh Bilal Saeed Bilal Saeed, Dr Zeus
12 12 Saal (Remix) Dr Zeus, Hannah Kumari, Shortie Bilal Saeed, Shortie Bilal Saeed, Dr Zeus

Compositions[edit]

Year Song Singer(s) Composer(s) Writer(s) Label
2011 Teriyaan Ve Amanat Ali Bilal Saeed Bilal Saeed Desi Music Factory
2013 Teri Yaadan Muskan Jay Bilal Saeed Bilal Saeed
2013 Jaan Mukdi Vikas Ali Bilal Saeed Bilal Saeed
2014 Tere Binaa Mustafa Zahid Bilal Saeed, Mustafa Zahid Bilal Saeed, Mustafa Zahid from movie Heropanti
2014 Mul Nae Labda Pyar Waqar Ex, Shortie Bilal Saeed, Waqar Ex, Shortie Bilal Saeed, Waqar Ex, Shortie
2014 Pul Janeya (Pyar Na Kareen) Tariq Khan Bilal Saeed Bilal Saeed
2014 Ranjha Somee Chohan Bilal Saeed Bilal Saeed
2014 Soniye DJ Abbas Bashi Bilal Saeed Bilal Saeed
2015 Mohabbat Yeh (Reprise version) Asees Kaur Bilal Saeed Bilal Saeed from movie Ishqedarriyaan
2015 Hunjoo Sadia Khan Bilal Saeed Bilal Saeed
2015 Breakup DJ Abbas Bashi Bilal Saeed Bilal Saeed
2015 Nasha Nasha Nouman Khalid Bilal Saeed, Nouman Khalid Bilal Saeed, Nouman Khalid -
2016 Sukoon Asim Subhani Bilal Saeed Bilal Saeed -
2018 La La La Neha Kakkar , Arjun Kanungo Bilal Saeed Bilal Saeed Desi Music Factory
2018 Snapchat Story Bilal Saeed ft. Romee Khan Bilal Saeed Bilal Saeed Desi Music Factory

Singles[edit]

  • Khair Mangdi (Reprised version) (14 February 2014)
  • Maan (Black Day Special) (19 December 2014)
  • Kaash (A Wish) (29 January 2015)
  • Paranday (18 March 2016)

Associated Acts (Collaborations)[edit]

  • Jugni – Nouman Khalid ft. Bilal Saeed (26 May 2013)
  • Choothi – Bilal Saeed ft. Waqar Ex (9 January 2014)
  • Bewafa – Irfan Nazar ft. Bilal Saeed (4 April 2014)
  • Lethal Combination – Bilal Saeed ft. Roach Killa (28 August 2014)
  • Memories – Bonafide ft. Bilal Saeed (23 July 2015)

Film Soundtracks[edit]

Year Film Song Composer(s) Writer(s) Co-singer(s)
2013 Daddy Cool Munde Fool Tauba Ishq Dr Zeus Bilal Saeed Dr Zeus
Rattan Chitian
Rattan Chitian (With Rap) Young Fateh, Dr Zeus
2015 Ishqedarriyaan Mohabbat Yeh Bilal Saeed Bilal Saeed
2016 Baar Baar Dekho Teri Khair Mangdi Kumaar, Bilal Saeed
Zindagi Kitni Haseen Hay Better Half (Chulbul) Bilal Saeed Sana Zulfiqar

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Nominee/work Award Result
2013 "12 Saal" PTC Punjabi Music Award for Best Pop Vocalist[3] Nominated
2013 "Twelve" PTC Punjabi Music Award for Best Non Residents Punjabi Album[3] Nominated
2013 "Twelve" Punjabi Music Award for Best Non Resident Punjabi Vocalist[3] Nominated
2014 "Khair Mangdi" Lux Style Award for Song of the Year Nominated
2015 "Bilal Saeed" Pakistani Music and Media Awards for Best Producer[8] Won
2015 "Bilal Saeed" Pakistani Music and Media Awards for Best International Act[8] Won
2015 "Bilal Saeed" Brit Asia Music Award for Best Songwriter[9] Nominated
2015 "Lethal Combination" Brit Asia Music Award for Best Single UK[9] Nominated

Social Media Information[edit]

Social Media Accounts
Facebook https://facebook.com/BilalSaeedMusic
Instagram https://www.instagram.com/BilalSaeed_Music
Twitter https://twitter.com/BilalSaeedMusic

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Bilal Saeed becoming leading singer of the country". Daily Patriot. 16 November 2014. Retrieved 21 February 2016. 
  2. ^ "Interview with Bilal Saeed". Desi Spy. 25 March 2015. Archived from the original on 3 March 2016. Retrieved 21 February 2016. 
  3. ^ a b c d "PTC Punjabi Music Awards 2013 – List of Nominations". YesPunjab.com. Retrieved 21 February 2016. 
  4. ^ "Lethal Combination – Bilal Saeed – BBC Music". BBC Online. Retrieved 21 February 2016. 
  5. ^ Kaur, Ninder (9 February 2015). "Exclusive Interview with Bilal Saeed". Asian Sunday. Retrieved 21 February 2016. 
  6. ^ Sadiq, Rida (5 May 2015). "Pakistani Singer Bilal Saeed's Ishqedarriyaan OST Indian Drama". Brandsynario. Retrieved 21 February 2016. 
  7. ^ "Punjabi singer's song in Indian film". DAWN. 2 May 2015. Retrieved 21 February 2016. 
  8. ^ a b Farooq, Aisha (7 September 2015). "Winners of the Pakistani Music and Media Awards 2015". Desi Blitz. Retrieved 21 February 2016. 
  9. ^ a b Farooq, Aisha (8 September 2015). "Brit Asia Music Awards Nominees 2015". Desi Blitz. Retrieved 21 February 2016. 

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