Reza Sadeghi

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Reza Sadeghi
My Love, My Iran (2).jpg
Born (1979-08-16) 16 August 1979 (age 41)[1]
  • Singer
  • Composer
  • Songwriter
  • writer
Spouse(s)Unnamed (m. 2012)
ChildrenTiara (b. 2014)
Viana (b. 2017)
Musical career
  • Vocals
  • Guitar
  • Piano
  • musical keyboard
Years active1992–present

Reza Sadeghi (Persian: رضا صادقی‎, born 16 August 1979 in Bandar Abbas, Iran) is an Iranian pop singer and songwriter. Sadeghi had been singing since his childhood. He began chanting Qur'an at school. He had an interest in music so he changed his way to the music.

Professional life[edit]

Sadeghi belongs to the new generation of pop singers who emerged in post revolutionary Iran. He gained popularity among young Iranians. His most famous song is "Black is the color of love" (in Persian "Meshki rángeh eshgheh" "مشكى رنگ عشقه"). Reza Sadeghi has released several successful albums including "Black Shirt" , "World, Hold on" , "That's It" , "Just listen", etc. He has performed live concerts in different cities around Iran and in other countries. A film based on his real life was released in which he explained some truth of his life. The name of this film is "Ramze Shab" ("رمز شب"). Reza Sadeghi who has many fans in Iran, also starred alongside Mohammad Reza Foroutan, Afshin Hashemi, Pegah Ahangarani, etc. in an Iranian film called "Bi khodahafezi" ("بى خداحافظى") which is partially based on his life.[2]


  • 2019 Zendegi Kon(Live The Life)
  • 2017 Yani Dard(Pain Means)
  • 2016 Shabe Barooni(Raining Night)
  • 2015 Faghat Goosh Kon(Just Listen)
  • 2013 Hamin (That's It)
  • 2011 Dige Meshki Nemipoosham (I Don't Wear Black Anymore)
  • 2010 Malakut
  • 2009 Yeki bud yeki nabud (Once Upon a Time)
  • 2006 Vaysa Donya
  • 2005 Pirhan Meshki
  • 2005 Delam Barat Misooze (Rehearsal)
  • 2004 Parchame Meshki (Rehearsal)
  • 2004 Koma(Rehearsal)
  • 2003 Meshki Range Eshghe
  • 2002 Hekayat Meshki Poosh
  • 2001 Ashegham Man
  • 2000 10 Saniye
  • 2000 Ruyay-e Shirin
  • 1999 Mastane va Divane
  • 1997 Bandar Ghadim

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 20 August 2011. Retrieved 15 June 2011.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  2. ^ Reza Sadeghi on Bi Khodahafezi Movie

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