Hussnain Lahori is a singer, songwriter and a music producer from the UK. He moved to Manchester in 2001 at a young age. He taught himself to play guitar, sing and make beats. He was always surrounded by music as his late grandfather, Akbar Lahori was a renowned poet and composer in the 70s and 80s. Some of his songs made their way to Bollywood including ‘tujhe yaad na meri aai’ from the film ‘kuch kuch hota hai’. Hussnain began his music career on YouTube in 2011 and today he has millions of views on his channel. He has performed at many venues in the UK and internationally, including Wembley Arena (London) and Athena (Leicester).

Charity Work

Staying Put

Hussnain Lahori is also an Ambassador for a UK Registered Charity called ‘Staying Put’ helping and supporting women who have suffered from domestic violence.

For more information visit their website:


BBC – Children in Need

Every year BBC raises thousands of pounds in aid for Children in need. Hussnain has been actively doing his bit to support this charity. The latest was busking for the bear where Hussnain performed live outside BBC London to raise money for children in need.

For more information visit the following link from BBC: