Sirvan Khosravi

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Sirvan Khosravi
Khosravi performing in March 2019
Khosravi performing in March 2019
Background information
Born (1982-07-26) 26 July 1982 (age 38)
Tehran, Iran
Genres
Occupation(s)
  • Singer
  • Model
  • Songwriter
  • Music Producer
Instruments
Years active2001–present
LabelsOTOEPHUE[1][2]
Associated acts
Websitesirvankhosravi.com
Height180 cm (5 ft 11 in)
Relatives
  • Xaniar Khosravi (brother)

Sirvan Khosravi (Persian: سیروان خسروی‎; born 26 July 1982) is an Iranian singer, songwriter, music producer. He has produced music for various artists including Xaniar Khosravi, his younger brother, who is also a singer-song writer.[3] He rose to fame in 2005 after releasing his first album To Khial Kardi Beri.[3]

Early life[edit]

Sirvan Khosravi was born in Tehran. He is of Persian descent. He started learning the keyboard at age 11. At 16 he took some lessons with Kaveh Yaghmaei who became his mentor.[3][4]

Career[edit]

Before releasing his first album in 2001, Sirvan participated in the works of other Iranian artists as an Audio Engineer, Mixing and Mastering Engineer and Producer. After meeting Omid Athari Nejad in 2001, he produced his first album titled "To Khial Kardi Beri" and released it in 2005.[5]

Khosravi started to produce his second music album "Sa’ate 9" from 2005 and released it in 2009. He performed his first concert in February 2009. In 2012, he became very popular among Iranians by performing the end song of "Sakhteman Pezeshkan" or "Doctors' Building" show.[6]

Sirvan performing in July 2017

After gaining success[7] with his album Sa'ate 9 with hits such as "Emrooz Mikham Behet Begam" (today, I want to tell you), "Zendegi Hamin Emrooze" (Life is just today), "Delam Gerefte" (I'm Feeling Blue), he started to work on his next album Jaddeie Royaha (Road of Dreams) which was again a success. But after releasing some "highly energetic" singles he rose to national fame and started his Iran tour and managed to gain the media and the audience's attention. He continued playing at concerts in major cities of Iran and before his unplugged album, he released some high quality music videos that his fans responded well to. He also recorded a high energy World Cup single with his brother, Xaniar Khosravi,[8] titled "70 Million Stars". He received some praise for his unplugged album in 2016 which was filmed in Azadi Tower in 2015 and included his live performances and some behind the scenes from his music videos. This album was sponsored by AXE and was directed by the Farahbod brothers, the cover was designed by Ali Ghazizadeh, and the songs were rearranged by Sirvan's friend Kaveh Yaghmaei[9] and Sirvan himself.[citation needed]. His Song Tanha Nazar reached number 5 on Spotify's Hong Kong Top 50 chart on May 24, 2020.[10]

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

  • 2005: You Think If You Leave...
  • 2009: 9 O’clock
  • 2012: Road of Dreams
  • 2016: Unplugged
  • 2017: Borderless
  • 2020: Monologue

Singles[edit]

  • 2006: "Stay With Me"
  • 2006: "Way of the World" (Remix)
  • 2010: "Yes (Are)" (Night Mix)
  • 2011: "Autumn Rain" (Baroon Paeezi)
  • 2011: "I Fell in Love With You"
  • 2011: "Building of the Doctors"
  • 2011: "No, Don't Go" (Na Naro)
  • 2011: "Saying Goodbye" (Khodafezi)
  • 2012: "I Love You" (With Omid Hajili)
  • 2012: "Spring is Close" (Bahar Nazdike)
  • 2012: "You Thought of Leaving" (To Khial Kardi Beri) (New Version)
  • 2013: "Restless" (BiGharar) (Club Mix)
  • 2013: "I Love Life" (Dost Daram Zendegi ro)
  • 2013: "This Soon" (Be Hamin Zoodi)
  • 2013: "Shine Again" (Bazam Betab)
  • 2014: "70 Million Stars" (70 Million Setare)
  • 2014: "Memories Of You" (Khaterate Too)
  • 2014: "Where are You" (Kojaie Too)
  • 2015: "One Day You Will Come (Ye Roozi Miay)"
  • 2016: "Soojehat Tekrarieh"
  • 2016: "Empty Frame (Ghabe Akse Khali)"
  • 2017: "Do not be surprised(Tajob Nakon)"
  • 2017: "Come Back (Bargard)"
  • 2017: "Many days passed (kheyli rooza gozasht)"
  • 2017:"I'm happy (khoshalam)"
  • 2017:"l'm not backing down (nemiram aghab)"
  • 2017:"This is not a place to stay (Inja jay moondan nist)
  • 2019:"jaye man nisti"
  • 2019:"dorost nemisham"
  • 2019:"dorost nemisham (xaniar remix)
  • 2019:"Tanha Nazar(Live)"
  • 2020:"In Hess Naabe"
  • 2020:"Tanha Nazar(Remix)"
  • 2020:"Baroone Payizi(Live)"
  • 2020:"Hobab (Bubble)"

Songwriting and producing (for other artists)[edit]

Albums[edit]

  • 2004: Harmoonie Solh (Peace Harmony) – Farid Merci
  • 2006: Varan – Varan Group
  • 2006: Kenare Mahe Doodi (Beside the Smoky Moon) – Alireza Tehrani
  • 2009: Bi To Tanham (I am Alone Without You) – Amir Yegane
  • 2010: Eshghe Man Bash (Be My Love) – Behnam Safavi
  • 2010: Romantic – Shahab Ramazan
  • 2011: Asir (Slave) – Alireza Ghomeishi
  • 2011: Mano Raha Kon (Leave Me) – Mehdi Yarahi
  • 2012: Aramesh (Peace) –Behnam Safavi
  • 2012: Asheghaneha (The Amorous) – Ehsan Khajeh Amiri
  • 2012: To Mahkumi be Bargashtan (You are Convicted to Return) – Khashayar Etemadi
  • 2013: "Jashne Tanhaee" (Celebrating Loneliness) – Shahab Ramezan

Singles[edit]

  • 2006: "Ki Delesh Miad ke Tanhat Bezare?" ("How can Anybody Leave you Alone?") – Arsham
  • 2006: "Havvaye Bi Havas" (Havva Without Passion) – Arsham
  • 2006: "Mishe Asheghe To Bud" (It's Possible to Love You) – Arsham
  • 2006: "Nakone Shab Berese" (Night Would Come) – Arsham
  • 2006: "Asemune Eshgham" (Sky of My Love) – Afshin Sepehr
  • 2006: "Javooni" (Youth) – Afshin Sepehr
  • 2006: "Doosam Nadari" (You Don't Love Me) – Tufan Karami
  • 2007: "To Gozashti az Eshgh" (You Crossed the Love) – Mehdi Asadi
  • 2007: "Vaysa Donya" (World, Wait) – Reza Sadeghi
  • 2007: "Vali Ye Roozi Dastat …" (But Someday your Hands...) – Ardalan
  • 2007: "Geryehasho be Man Bede" (Give Me the Cries) – Ario Habibi
  • 2008: "Mikham Begam" (I Want to Say) – Hafez Hamed
  • 2008: "Khatereha" (Memories) – Moein,
  • 2008: "Mesle Ye Khatere" (Like a Memory) – Nader Meschi
  • 2008: "Mantaghe-e Mamnoo'e" (Forbidden Zone) – Nader Meschi
  • 2008: "Yalla" (Hurry up) – Mehdi Asadi
  • 2008: "Eshghe Mani" (You are My Love) – Omid Hajili
  • 2008: "Baraye Asheghi Dire" (It's Late for Love) – Omid Hajili
  • 2009: "Tafre Naro" (Don't Evade) – Xaniar Khosravi
  • 2009: "Risk" – Xaniar Khosravi
  • 2009: "Dooset Dashtam" (I Loved You) – Emad, Ramin
  • 2009: "Forsate Ezterari" (Critical Opportunity) – Emad, Ramin
  • 2009: "Bayla" – Ramin Khazayi
  • 2009: "Karet Doroste" (Nice Job) – Ramin Khazayi
  • 2010: "Hypnotism" – Xaniar Khosravi
  • 2011: "Nemidunam" (I Don't Know) – Ehsan Khajeh Amiri
  • 2011: "Jonun" (Craziness) – Shahab Ramezan
  • 2011: "Jadde-e Donya" (The Road of the World) – Shahab Ramezan
  • 2011: "Jashne Tanhayi" (Loneliness Celebration) – Shahab Ramezan
  • 2011: "Kenare Mahtab" (Next to Moonlight) – Xaniar Khosravi, Milad Derakhshani
  • 2011: "Hamsangar" (Comrade) – Shahab Ramezan
  • 2012: "Deltangetam" (I Miss You) – Behnam Safavi
  • 2012: "Kash Khoda Mano Bebine" (I Wish God See Me) – Behnam Safavi
  • 2012: "Che Bi Andaze Mikhamet" (How much I want You) – Behnam Safavi
  • 2012: "Khoshbakhtam" (I Am Fortunate) – Shahab Ramezan
  • 2012: "Ehsase Aramesh" (Peaceful Feeling) – Ehsan Khajeh Amiri
  • 2012: "Taghdir" (Destiny) – Khashayar Etemadi
  • 2013: "Bedune To" (Without You) – Xaniar Khosravi
  • 2013: "Dasti Dasti" XaniaR Khosravi

Filmography[edit]

Television
Year Title Notes Ref.
2011-2012 Sakhteman Pezeshkan (Doctors' Building) Opening and end credit theme songs [6]
2013 Raly Irani (Iranian Rally) As himself [11]
2019- Nahang Abi (Blue Whale) End credit theme song [12]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "OTOEPHUE Official Website". OTOEPHUE.
  2. ^ "31 Of The Best Music Label Startups To Watch Out For In 2021". The Startup Pill. 30 January 2021.
  3. ^ a b c "بیوگرافی سیروان خسروی + عکس‌های جدید و جذاب او". sarpoosh (in Persian). 30 January 2019. Retrieved 7 September 2020.
  4. ^ http://namnak.com/%D8%B3%DB%8C%D8%B1%D9%88%D8%A7%D9%86-%D8%AE%D8%B3%D8%B1%D9%88%DB%8C.p3844
  5. ^ To Khial Kardi Beri ..., retrieved 1 July 2020
  6. ^ a b Sakhteman pezeshkan (TV Series 2011–2012) - IMDb, retrieved 21 July 2020
  7. ^ Rabimov, Stephan. "Instagram Star Erika Santos On How Social Media Influencers Must Change To Thrive In A Post-Pandemic World". Forbes. Retrieved 21 July 2020.
  8. ^ Erdbrink, Thomas (28 April 2014). "Singer Steps Into Spotlight as Nation Changes Political Tune". The New York Times. ISSN 0362-4331. Retrieved 21 July 2020.
  9. ^ "They rocked in Iran before the revolution". Los Angeles Times. 21 August 2011. Retrieved 21 July 2020.
  10. ^ "Spotify Charts". Spotify Charts. 24 May 2020.
  11. ^ Raly Irani: Iranian Rally, retrieved 21 July 2020
  12. ^ Nahang Abi AKA Blue Whale, retrieved 21 July 2020

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