Naeem Abbas Rufi is a well-known classical singer from Pakistan.
He recently made an appearance on Nadir Ali’s podcast.
He discussed how singers used to utilize hash and alcohol to enhance their voices.
Naeem Abbas Rufi is a well-known classical singer from Pakistan who gained popularity by performing well-known songs by Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan. He performs at events all around the world and puts in lengthy live performances. His most well-known Coke Studio song was Ayaa Laariye.
He recently made an appearance on Nadir Ali’s podcast, where he discussed how singers used to utilize hash and alcohol to enhance their voices. He compared alcohol to water. He went on to say that performers frequently drink water (alcohol).
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Speaking of Pakistani singers who use drugs to bolster their voices, he said, “Some singers are using drugs (hash) for bolstering voices, but it’s their misconception that it helps bolster the throat; those singers are imitating a few big singers (from the past) who used to have a hash, but those big singers had a proper diet regimen. They didn’t utilize drugs without eating a healthy diet, after all. The hash is also bad since it dries out the throat. The other tool used by singers is healthy for the voice and throat; it’s acceptable for singers to consume alcohol (water), as it enhances the voice. Now, a lot of actors also drink water, but a lot of singers as well.”
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