Sabin Rai

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Sabin Rai
OriginDharan, Nepal
GenresRock
Occupation(s)Singer-songwriter
InstrumentsVocals, Guitar
Years active1992–present
WebsiteN.A

Sabin Rai (Nepali: सबिन राई) is a Nepali Singer and lyricist who is called as the Bryan Adams of Nepal because of the voice.[1] His first successful single was "Komal Tyo Timro" from the album Sataha. Although his song "Ekai Aakash Muni" was released before Sataha. He has performed concerts in Australia, Hongkong, United Kingdom, United States, South Korea, Bahrain, Singapore, Thailand, Japan, Denmark, Finland, and India. Rai known for his stage performances and the interest he brings in his old songs by singing in different style.Now he has his own band called "Sabin Rai & The Pharaoh".

Achievements[edit]

  • 2003 AD - Best Album Of The Year- Sataha- Hits FM
  • 2003 AD - Best New Artist Of The Year- Sataha- Image Channel
  • 2004 AD - Best New Artist Of The Year- Channel Nepal
  • 2007 AD - Best Pop Composition- (Samjhana Harulai)[citation needed]
  • 2007 AD - Best Vocal Performance- Ma Sansar Jitne
  • 2015 AD - Best Song Of The Year- Timi Nai Hau-(Sabin Rai & The Pharaoh) Hits FM
  • 2009 AD - Chinnalata Award

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

  • 2001 - Nine
  • 2003 - Sataha
  • 2004 - Sabin Rai Remixes
  • 2006 - Sataha 2
  • 2010 - Ranga Manch Ko Rang
  • 2018 - Coming Soon....

Songs[edit]

  • Komal Tyo Timro
  • Afno Katha
  • Maya (With Ciney Gurung)
  • Gurans Ko Fed Muni
  • Samjhana Haru Lai
  • Jau Ki Basu(singles- Sabin Rai & The Pharaoh)
  • Timi Nai Hau(singles- Sabin Rai & The Pharaoh)
  • Namuna
  • Dui Thunga
  • Ma Sansar Jitne
  • Malai Angali Deu
  • Timro Saath
  • Timro Lagi Ma
  • Timi Nai Mero
  • Din Ra Raat
  • Kalo Kalo Raat Ko
  • Maya Jalaima
  • Kina Ki Ma Maya Garchu
  • Jaba Timi Ayeu
  • Ekai Aakash Muni

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