Emerging musician Eva B is proudly acclaimed as Pakistan’s pioneering female rapper. Within a brief span of time, this young artist has collaborated with renowned international star Kaifi Khalil and achieved recognition for her breakthrough single, “Rozi,” which was featured in an episode of Ms. Marvel.
However, Eva B faced numerous challenges on her path to success.
Despite discovering her passion for music, Eva B’s family harboured concerns that pursuing a career in music would stain her reputation and hinder her chances of finding a partner in a conservative society.
Eventually, her family recognized her true calling and encouraged her to continue her pursuits while maintaining anonymity. Today, she is making a significant impact as one of the few veiled performers in the realm of popular culture.
7 Interesting Facts About Pakistani Rapper Eva B You Probably Didn’t Know
For Global Spin, Eva B delivers a captivating performance of her original rap track, “Sunrise in Lyari,” which vividly portrays her roots in Karachi, Pakistan. Exclusively written for Global Spin, the talented Pakistani artist wears traditional attire, including a hijab and mask, as she passionately raps amidst the local streets.
During an interview with The News, Eva B disclosed that her inspiration to start rapping stemmed from Eminem. “I was utterly amazed and captivated by what I heard. I proceeded to inquire with my friends about the essence of this music. I never envisioned that music could be of such nature,” she elaborated, and this influence is evident in her dynamic and rapid delivery.
Eva B – Pakistan’s First Female Baloch Rapper
Asides from being the first female Pakistani rapper, Eva B also holds the record for being the first female Balochi artist to be featured in Times Square, New York.
Eva gained fame after her collaboration with Coke Studio and Kaifi Khalil for ‘Kanna Yaari’ which was widely loved by the audience. Since then, this amazing and powerful rapper has been inspiring girls from different corners of the nation to pursue their passion and dreams.
GRAMMYs Recording Academy
The Recording Academy has a mission to acknowledge and honour outstanding achievements in the fields of recording arts and sciences. Additionally, it aims to foster the welfare of the music community and uphold music’s enduring significance within our culture.
- ADVOCATE – fight for the rights of all music creators and ensure pro-music policy at the national, state and local levels.
- CELEBRATE – Bestow the GRAMMY Award – the single most coveted accolade in music. And recognize the contributions of all creators throughout the year.
- EDUCATE – Inspire the next generation of music creators and professionals by providing opportunity, enrichment, and mentorship.
- SERVE – Purposely participate in service, respect our shared love of music and prioritize community above self.