Naseebo Lal

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Naseebo Lal
Born 1970 (age 47–48)
Pakistan
Origin Bhakkar
Genres Punjabi
Occupation(s) Playback Singer
Years active (1995 –present)

Naseebo Lal (Born 1970) is a Pakistani singer primarily singing in Punjabi, Urdu and Marwari languages. She debuted as a featured artist in Coke Studio's ninth season.[1][2]

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She was born in Kaloor Kot, Bhakkar(a district of Punjab, Pakistan) into a nomadic family, originally from Rajasthan, India. She started her singing career in early age and became very popular. She has many popular songs in her credit. Some people also compared her powerful and strong voice with Madam Noor Jahan.

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