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Proof Positive | Music

British-Pakistani musician Nabihah Iqbal plays the Magnetic Fields festival in Rajasthan this month.

London-based British-Pakistani producer and singer Nabihah Iqbal, who will play the Magnetic Fields festival in Rajasthan this month, believes she has a lot to prove. On her debut album, Weighing of the Heart, released last year, Iqbal chose to play every instrument herself beside writing

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