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Shahrizoda

Shahrizoda

Shahrizoda


Shahrizoda is a Central Asian music group consisting of three girls from Uzbekistan who are currently based in Ürümqi, Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region in Western China. Their music ranges from traditional ethnic music to ethno-pop and pop. They sing mostly in Uzbek and sometimes in Uyghur language. The name "Shahrizoda" (شهريزاده) is from the legendary Persian story of "Scheherezade", the Queen and story teller of the "One Thousand and One Nights" that is based on the old Persian "Hezar-afsana." Read more on Last.fm
Shahrizoda is a Central Asian music group consisting of three girls from Uzbekistan who are currently based in Ürümqi, Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region in Western China. Their music ranges from traditional ethnic music to ethno-pop and pop. They sing mostly in Uzbek and sometimes in Uyghur language. The name "Shahrizoda" (شهريزاده) is from the legendary Persian story of "Scheherezade", the Queen and story teller of the "One Thousand and One Nights" that is based on the old Persian "Hezar-afsana." The three beautiful Shahrizoda members, Muborak Ashurboeva, Shakhnoza Yuldosheva and Kamola Arslanova were born in Uzbekistan and moved to Xinjiang. In additional Dilnaz Ahmadieva (Kazakh) and Nadira (Uzbek) have worked with Shahrizoda on stage. The Shahrizoda Trio came to the economically blooming Urumqi in 2006 and got their fame and fortunes that they have never been able to achieve in their homeland.

They made the videos in late 2006 with the background scenes taken in various cities across Xinjiang. The song "Oynasun" became an instant hit in Xinjiang and spread over to other parts of China. The second VCD was issued in mid 2007 with some addition of the new members to the original Trio, notably the beautiful Uzbek singer Nadira is among them. The second VCD was an attempt to break into the mass market of Han Chinese audiences where the serious money is. Two songs in this latest VCD, Guli and Almihan, were sung in Han Chinese and all other songs were with the lyrics translated in Han Chinese characters.

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