SHAB: Bringing Her Middle Eastern Flare to the Music Industry

SHAB: Bringing Her Middle Eastern Flare to the Music Industry

SHAB strikes the perfect balance of vibrant beats and heart-fluttering lyrics, allowing her worldwide fanbase to see a new side to her. CRISS CROSS delivers a dance-inducing, electric feeling with lyrics rooted in sensual love. With millions of YouTube views and fans worldwide, this hypnotizing pop-dance song is steered by Grammy-winning producer Damon Sharpe, who produced Ariana Grande and Jennifer Lopez

SHAB is known for her addictive, ear-worm combination of urban tilting songs, pop ballads, and dance-inducing knockouts. She combines an eclectic mix of sonic effects and catchy dance-pop hooks to make energizing music effortless and memorable. SHAB delivers a kaleidoscope of sound that goes hand-in-hand with her introspective and powerful lyrics with huge choruses and distinct yet unpredictable vocals in the purest of pop sense.

A star across three continents, SHAB first gained attention in the Western Hemisphere in late 2020 as a “breakout star of the global pandemic,” SHAB has registered three consecutive Number Two hits on the British commercial pop charts with her first three English language singles released during the 2020-21 COVID lockdown. Her February 2021 debut album, INFINITE LOVE, has been met by immediate critical acclaim, with her unique electronic dance sound typified as “an energizing Global Pop that is both effortless and memorable.”

In addition to lighting the world on fire with her music, SHAB is also a proud mother of two. She first came to America by herself at age 14 as a refugee and learned English while working three jobs. After graduating college, SHAB attended law school but soon left to pursue writing and performing music full time…and she has never looked back. She has a passion for mediation, mindfulness, and yoga—truly a living example of beauty from the inside out.

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