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Kazi Shuvo
Birth name Kazi Ashiqur Rahman Shuvo
Born 10 December 1983 (1983-12-10) (age 40)
Occupations Singer
Associated acts Sabrina Porshi, Nazmun Munira Nancy, Moni Chowdhury, Eleyas Hussain, Ariyan Mehedi, Belal Khan, Puja

Kazi Ashiqur Rahman Shuvo (10 December 1983) is a Bangladeshi singer.[1][2][3][4][5]

Life and career

Kazi Ashiqur Rahman, nicknamed [6] Kazi Shuvo, was born on 10 December 1983 to Kazi Shah Alam and Fatema Khatun, in Bijoypur village, Gournadi thana in Barisal district. Shuvo is youngest among two brothers and a sister.[citation needed] He has been brought up in the midst of songs and music since childhood.

His initiation in music was through his father's hands, in tabla. Institutionally he learnt playing tabla first from “Esho Gaan Shikhi” in Khulna and then from “Udichi”. Shuvo was in Khulna as his father was in service in Eastern Jute Mills Ltd. Khulna. Although Shuvo had just learnt playing tabla he had a great fascination with singing. His elder brother Kazi Atikur Rahman's singing would inspire him, from whose diary he memorized many songs.[citation needed]

Shuvo then came to Dhaka for his graduation. Gradually he started singing songs on stage. At times he would play tabla. But his dream, singing, remained unfulfilled, until he suddenly met Shahid Vi of the band Durbin at Dhanmondi-8. Shahid vi told him that, “You sing folk song well. You can join Durbin.”

In 2009, with Shahid vi's inspiration, Kazi Shuvo's solo album Shada Mata was released, with Arfin Rumey's composition. The folk songs in the album: "Sona Bou", "Tumi Bine Akul Poran", "Ojhor Shrabon", "Nilima", etc. After that Shuvo sang in different mixed albums. A song titled [7] "Mon Pajor."

In 2012 Shuvo's 2nd solo album Shada Mata-2 was released, again with Arfin Rumi's composition. In 2013 he released another album, named Moner akash. In 2014 Shuvo's 3rd solo album Shada Mata-3 was released. This album was composed by Arfin Rumey and Rafi. “Diwana”, “Amar Bondhu”, “Tomar O Pirite Bondhu”. His 4th album Daga was released on the occasion of Eid-ul-Fitr in the year 2016.[8] His 5th album Mayar agun was released on the occasion of the Eid-ul-Azha in the same year.[9]


  • Kazi Shuvo achieved BEST SINGER on Saco Telefilm award 2014.[citation needed]
  • Kazi Shuvo achieved BEST SINGER on Artist Journalist Foundation of Bangladesh music award for music album "ShadaMata 2" 2014[citation needed]
  • Kazi Shuvo achieved BEST SINGER on Artist Journalist Foundation of Bangladesh music award for music album "Mayar Agun" 2016.[citation needed]
  • Kazi Shuvo achieved BEST SINGER on DCRU showbiz award for music album "Daaga" 2016.[citation needed]


  • Shadamata - 2009
  • Shadamata 2 - 2012
  • Shadamata 3 - 2014
  • Mayar Agun - 2016 [10]
  • Daaga - 2016 [11]

Mixed album

  • Toke Sara Raat
  • Tin Pagol
  • Anonder Gaan
  • Dukkho Boli
  • Saat Jonom [12]
  • Nilanjona
  • Love Duets
  • Jonom Jonom
  • doobin 3.01
  • Ridoy jurey
  • Na bola valobasha,
  • Maya Jhinai bondhu
  • Ichchedana
  • Rodela akash
  • Buker pakhi
  • Wada
  • Trivuj prem
  • Pappunno
  • tui amar sob
  • Premer Khela - Moni Chowdhury[13]

Movie song list

  • Dure Dure Thaka - Lal Tip
  • Pirates of the Blood Secret


  1. "Kazi Shuvo, Swaralipi come up with duet song". The Independent Bd. 5 April 2017. 
  2. "Kazi Shuvo lends voice to Sk Sameer's 'Pakhi'". Daily Sun. 24 September 2020. 
  3. "Kazi Shuvo, Sharalipi's Bhalobasha Abiroto". The New Nation. 5 April 2017. 
  4. "প্রথমবার কাজী শুভ সুরে গাইলেন এন্ড্রু কিশোর" (in bn). Bangla News24. 5 February 2019. 
  5. "কাজী শুভ-তারান্নুমের নতুন গান" (in bn). bangladesh Protidin. 30 August 2021. 
  6. "Kazi Shuvo". The Daily Star. 2 April 2016. 
  7. (in bn)Kaler Kantho. 
  8. (in bn) 
  9. "Mzamin" (in bn). Manab Zamin. 
  10. "'মায়ার আগুন' ছড়াবেন কাজী শুভ" (in bn). 
  11. (in bn) 
  12. "Kazi Shuvo - New Songs, Playlists & Latest News - BBC Music". 
  13. "Moni Chowdhury" (in en). 

External links

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