Sajjad Ali’s Views On Success: Talent, Luck, Social Media


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Sajjad Ali has one of Pakistan’s greatest vocals. He is a living legend, and any song he creates is instantly popular with the crowd. He has been making popular music since he was a teenager, and he is still at the top of his field. Sajjad Ali has returned to Coke Studio with a new song that is sure to make a splash.

Sajjad had an interview with Aamna Haider Isani, during which the actor beautifully articulated legacy. He confirmed that three of his children are musicians, and that she has served as a mentor to many other industry professionals who have sought to learn about music over the years. He stated that he does not think that a legacy is exclusively carried forth via one’s own offspring. It is your art, and everybody who accurately replicates it is continuing on your heritage. He also argued that talent is overrated. Only those with the discipline to stay consistent will prevail in the end. He stated that he has witnessed many talented people slip away.

Here is what he said:

He also explained why vocalists are no longer as popular as they once were. He stated that while they may have the vocal skills, the music and lyrics they receive are of poor quality, causing them to lose popularity quickly.

This is what he had to say:

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