Pakistani pop singer, songwriter, music producer, composer and peace activist, Najam Sheraz formed his first band called ‘Brother Rhythm’ with his brothers Bobby and Joji in 1987. His second band ‘Wet Metal’ came together in 1989. The band parted ways in 1993 and Sheraz continued his journey on his own. He released his first solo song In Sae Nain in 1994 which became an instant hit. After performing in almost 1,000 shows all over the country, Sheraz established himself as one of the most sought-after voices on stage. He lent his voice to the super hit Bollywood song Bheegay Hont Tere and that made him popular all over the world. Sheraz’s song Mera Jee Nahin Laage made it to the soundtrack of 20th Century Fox film Split Wide Open.