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Pouya Pourjalil Brings Iranian Culture To America

Pouya Pourjalil was born in the Northern Province of Iran on January 5th, 1976. He grew up in a
family of four. Pouya moved to Norway with his family when he was ten years of age. While
living in Scandinavia for seven years, he attended school and was first introduced to the art form
that is music. His interests and passion for music started here, where he decided to move to
London and begin his career as a Iranian singer.

Pouya became well connected when he moved to London and created a name for himself rather
quickly. Being the musical genius he is, he found himself in one of the most famous Persian
clubs called Saghi on Kensington High St. Pouya Pourjalil made a name for himself during the
three years he spent here. He engaged with high profile Persian artists and showed the Persian
music industry that he was here to stay. During this time, Pouya also attended several classes to
enhance his music skills and knowledge.

Pouya Pourjalil is a very driven person, and he worked hard to achieve his goals of leading the
Persian music industry. His drive for making the best music possible led him to Los Angeles, the
city of opportunity. It was here that his music took off and he never looked back. When he
moved to Los Angeles in 1998, he recorded his first album called Ghatreh Baran with
Jahanbakhsh Pazoki, a well known producer in this musical niche. Since then, Pouya has
released six albums and has toured across the globe for the better part of two decades. His top
songs in order are “Vatan Vatan”, “Rize Rize” and “Parishoon” according to PouyaOfficial.com.

Pouya Pourjalil and His Future

He has no plans of stopping and will continue to make music for his fans until the end.
In recent years, Pouya Pourjalil has created his own record label, Mahan Entertainment. He now
controls his brand, making decisions in the interest of his fanbase and his family. His passion for
making music is unmatched, and he lives for his fans. His talent spans over thirty music videos
world wide with millions of views across many platforms. Pouya has been very successful in
keeping the quality of his music up, while finding ways to keep his fanbase happy. While his
priority is to make new music, he is ready to take over the Persian music industry. His plan is to
take the number one spot in the Persian music industry, and he isn’t holding back.

Outside of making music, Pouya enjoys camping, nature, swimming, boxing and
cooking. He is also involved in his community and gives back to those in need regularly.
Pouya Pourjalil plans to visit his motherland of Iran in the near future, and hopes to bring his
musical talent back home. It means a great deal to him to go back to his roots and see where his
musical career started. It has been a long time coming and he is excited to create new music with
artists from his home country, creating new hits for his fans to enjoy forever.

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