Zoe Viccaji | Ho Jao Aazad

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Ho Jao Aazad

by Zoe Viccaji

Fizaaon ki raah main, Sitaaron ki chaah main, Jeenay ki aah main, Ho jaon aazad, (In the will to soar and reach for the stars In the desire to live, one finds emancipation! Inspiring words from the new venture Ho Jao Azaad
Genre: Electronic: Disco
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Zoe Viccaji was born in Kharian, Punjab, Pakistan to Adi Viccaji and Lynette Viccaji, a Parsi father and Christian mother. She was raised in Karachi, Pakistan. According to Zoe, She has been playing guitar and writing her own songs since the age of fifteen. Zoe started her career at the age of seventeen by joining a local band Ganda Bandas. Few years later she moved to the United States where she studied Art and theatre in Hamilton College, New York. She returned to Pakistan and in 2009, worked in stage musicals Mamma Mia! and Chicago and then released her debut single Thinking About You. She joined Coke Studio Pakistan in 2010 and collaborated with the band Strings to make her first urdu song which went viral! The single "Mera Bichra Yaar" received a nominee at 11th Lux Style Awards for song of the year. Zoe then released her debut album Dareeche in September 2014 under Universal Music India which won the Best Mixed Album award at the Indian Recording Arts. She continues as a successful full time musician in Pakistan. Her music spans a variety of genres while the philosophical content of her songs remains the same- a push for knowledge of the higher self.

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