With their smash #1 hit single in Bangladesh, “Bondhurey”, that has amassed over 12 million views on YouTube, and an international following that spans the globe, NYC duo Muza is well on its way to world music domination. Most known for their genre defying tracks that span a number of musical genres, the band is made up of lead singer, songwriter and producer Muza (birth name Muzahid), and G’ Anomaly (birth name Gabriel), a multidisciplinary artist whose role as a visionary behind the scenes is central to the duo’s partnership.
Muza was born in Bangladesh and later immigrated to the United States, and G’ Anomaly is a native New Yorker with Colombian roots. While Muza fell in love with music via Linkin Park and Habib Wahid, G’ Anomaly was immersed in the arts at a young age and attended the famous LaGuardia High School of Music & Performing Arts, following then School of Visual Arts. But it was watching artists like Linkin Park that inspired Muza to want to use his voice as a way to connect with people’s emotions through his music, so he partnered with G’ Anomaly and the rest is history.
The duo describe Muza’s sound as a feeling with a mellow vibe that is conveyed sometimes through lyrics and other times melodically. Put simply, the pair create addictive feel good music that bounces between genres effortlessly. Muza is multilingual and has mastered the art of singing in English, Spanish, Bangla, Hindi and Arabic.
Latest Music VideoS
Tui Kothay | Muza - Tawhid Afridi | Hayat Mahmud | New Bangla Song 2019 - at 2.8 million views
Tawhid Afridi (YouTuber with 2 million subscribers) & Muza - at 4.2 million views!
Detroit - Wayne State University
Stony Brook University
Music Hall of Williamsburg, Brooklyn
Pianos, Lower Eastside, NYC
BBC - Radio
“I want to bring more EDM into Bangla music”. Muza talks about how he want to bring more EDM into Bangla music & his collab with Nish. Listen Now.
Dynamic DJ Duo, Muza and David Schoenwetter, have come together to bring to life a sun-soaked Electronic banger with their new single, “Roots”. Muza and David have created a lyrical gem that highlights the insecurities that come with experiencing the bright lights and beginning to feel weary of other’s intentions. Read More.