Singer and Songwriter Zain Bhikha joins me this episode. Just like me, Zain grew up in the 80’s. We share some of our similar childhood experiences. Zain talks about the beginning of his musical career, his full time profession, Michael Jackson, his special workshop entitled “The Art of Creative Expression” and more.
You can buy his latest album “The Passing Traveller” here.
About Zain Bhikha
Since 1994, Zain Bhikha has inspired fans the world over with his messages of hope and upliftment. As a singer, songwriter and through creative workshops and television, Zain is amongst the most popular English Islamic artists, well-loved by young and old.
In 2014, Zain celebrates twenty years as an artist. With twelve albums under his belt and a thirteenth to be released this year, Zain’s audience continues to grow in his country of birth, South Africa, as well as globally. Zain remains a pioneer in the ‘Nasheed’ (spiritual) genre of music, where he has set benchmarks for other artists. His albums have been launched in the United Kingdom, North America, Malaysia, France, Turkey, Holland, India, The Middle East, Ivory Coast and Australia. Zain has touched lives everywhere performing in cities across most continents.*
Topics and Links Discussed in this Episode:
- How did your musical career begin?
- What is a “Nasheed”?
- How do you feel when people say you sound like Michael Jackson?
- What is your full-time profession?
- What are your workshops all about?
- Your son seems to be following your footsteps. What advice do you give him?
- 80’s / 90’s Rap
- Finding inner peace