Imran Khan (singer)

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Imran Khan
Birth nameImran Khan
Born (1984-05-28) 28 May 1984 (age 36)
Den Haag, Netherlands
OriginGujranwala, Punjab, Pakistan
Years active2007 – present
LabelsPrestige Records (2007 – 2011)
IK Records (2011 – present)

Imran Khan (born 28 May 1984) is a Dutch-Pakistani, urban Punjabi singer, songwriter and a composer. He became known in 2007 after his first single "Ni Nachleh" produced by Eren E.[1] Khan was signed to Prestige Records in late 2007, and released the single "Ni Nachleh" on the label.[1] His second single, "Amplifier" produced by Eren E was released on 13 July 2009, and later several others. His song Satisfya is his most viewed video till date for over 465 million views. He is also known as one of the most famous urban punjabi singers. His debut 15-track album Unforgettable released on 27 July 2009 via Prestige Records.[2] was produced by Eren E and Hakan Ozan.

Personal life

Khan has 2 brothers and 1 sister.[3] The name of his older brother is Shehbaz Khan. He was born in The Hague, the Netherlands.


Khan started his music career in his late teens.[4] After Prestige Records released Khan's debut single Ni Nachleh,[1][5] Khan continued his career by performing in several countries.[6]

Khan's first released single, "Amplifier", was produced by Eren E and was released on 12 July 2009 and received 2 million views on YouTube on it first week of release and currently has 300 million and counting views on YouTube.[7] His second single, "Bewafa," was produced by Hakan Ozan and was released on 30 August 2009; as of January 2020, the music video of Bewafa had been viewed more than 100 million times on YouTube.[8]

In July 2009, Khan released his debut album, Unforgettable. It includes the singles "Amplifier", Bewafa and a remix of his first single, Ni Nachleh.[2] It was nominated for Best Album in the 2010 UK Asian Music Awards but did not win.[9] In 2011, Khan departed from Prestige Records to start his own label, later known as IK Records.[9]

Khan released the single "Satisfya" on 9 May 2013.[10][11] Unlike his previous singles, it was released by IK Records. The single was produced by his "Amplifier" music producer Eren E. The music video shows Khan driving a yellow Lamborghini Aventador and sitting with a cheetah. Khan's "Satisfya" video was directed by David Zennie and as of January 2020 , has a 400 million+ views on YouTube.

Khan made his Bollywood debut as a singer for the Hindi film Tevar, which was released on 9 January 2015. As of 2016 the song has over more than 2 million hits.[12]

Khan released a single titled "Imaginary" on 8 June 2015, produced by Eren E. The single was released on his own record label, IK Records. Khan shot the video with David Zennie in downtown Los Angeles. "Imaginary"'s official music video received 6 million views within a month of its release and currently 56 million+ views on YouTube. Khan went on and yet came out with another song called "Hattrick" which has 2 million views in a month and currently 15 million+ views.[13]

In 2017, Khan released a music video called "Morocco" by, Twin N Twice who signed up with Khan's label record, IK RECORDS.[14] Khan Released another music video called "Dimari" by, Twin N Twice.

In 2017 Khan then again came out with highly anticipated music video called "President Roley".

On Khan's own birthday, he released his own merchandise called "IKSEASON"

On 28 September 2018, Khan released his new single "Knightridah".[15]



Unforgettable (2009)

Unforgettable is Khan's debut album, released on 27 July 2009 via Prestige Records.[2] It was produced by Eren E and Hakan Ozan. The album contains 15 tracks.

The album was nominated for the "Best Album" award at the UK Asian Music Awards 2010[16] and won "Best Album" at the 2010 Brit Asia TV Music Awards.[17]

Track listing
1."Amplifier"Eren E3:53
2."Aaja We Mahiya (Come, My Love)"Eren E3:52
3."Hey Girl"Eren E3:18
4."Peli Waar (The First Time)"Eren E3:10
5."Chak Glass (Grab a Glass)"Eren E3:08
6."Nazar (Glance)"Eren E3:05
7."Superstar"Eren E3:25
8."Gora Gora Rang (Fair Skinned)" (featuring Mr. Probz)Eren E4:25
9."Bounce Billo"Eren E4:07
10."Ni Nachleh (Hey, Dance)" (feat. MC Spyder)Eren E3:35
11."40 Pra (Forty Brothers)"Eren E3:12
12."Pata Chalgea (I Have Found Out)"Eren E4:45
13."Bewafa (Unfaithful)"Hakan Ozan3:44
14."Nai Reina (Don't Want to Stay)"Hakan Ozan3:04
15."Qott Ghusian Da (A Sip of Happiness)" (feat. Shabby)Hakan Ozan2:58
Total length:47:28


Year Song Label Music Note(s) Reference(s)
2009 "Amplifier" Prestige Records Eren E From the album Unforgettable
"Bewafa" Hakan Ozan
2013 "Satisfya" IK Records Eren E [18]
2015 "Let's Celebrate" (featuring Sonakshi Sinha) Eros International Imran Khan From the soundtrack Tevar [19]
"Imaginary" IK Records Eren E [20]
2016 "Hattrick" (featuring Yaygo Musalini) Donray [21]
2017 "Zina" (Twin n Twice featuring Imran Khan) Imran Khan [22]
"President Roley" Donray released: 27 October 2017
2018 "Knightridah" Donray released: 28 September 2018


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