Justin Bibis Wiki, Story, Founder, Members & More

Justin Bibis is a Pakistani music duo of sisters Saania Tabaydar and Muqqadas Tabaydar. They gained popularity after their video of singing the song “Baby” by Justin Bieber went viral on internet.

Wiki/Biography

Justin Bibis is singing duo of Saania Tabaydar and Muqqadas Tabaydar. The sisters were born and brought up in Lahore, Pakistan. Since their infancy, the sisters’ duet has enjoyed singing and music. Since then, they’ve been practising a variety of Bollywood and Pakistani songs. During a media interview, Saania said that she and her sister were avid fans of wester music sensation Justin Bieber. Despite the fact that they could not completely understand correct English, they adored his songs and would listen to them repeatedly.

Family

Both sisters, Saania Tabaydar and Muqqadas Tabaydar, were born in Lahore, Pakistan. They are related of Reshma, the Sitara-e-Imtiaz-awarded Pakistani folk singer, and their ancestors came from Rajasthan. Other members of their family who have entered the world of singing include Naseebo Lal, Nooran Lal, and Farah Lal. According to sources, Saania and Muqqadas are belongs to a middleclass household in Lahore. They have not completed secondary school.

Success Story

Saania Tabaydar and Muqqadas Tabaydar rose to popularity when a singing video of them went viral on the internet, garnering over 1.5 million views and 68,000 shares in three days. The duo was observed singing Justin Bieber’s song “Baby” with a different accent. During a media interview, Saania said that she and her sister were big fans of Justin Bieber. Despite the fact that they were not able to understand English properly, they loved his songs and would listen to them repeatedly. During a media interaction, the girls said,

When we heard Baby, we started dancing and jumping around and we just lost ourselves to it. When I heard the song, I forgot to eat or drink. I was just listening. I kept practising and practising until I learned it by heart.”

Following this, they gained huge popularity and media houses stated reaching them. During a media interaction their proud mother said,

I still can’t believe all of this happened to my daughters, all thanks to Justin Bieber. I like him a lot. I feel he’s like my son.”

On receiving such amount of fame in no time and becoming the internet sensation, the duo said,

We really didn’t expect all of this to happen to us, to be famous like this. Because of this video we got on a plane for the first time and we’ve been on TV. That’s always been our dream.”

Her mother also said that they listened to the song around 70 times before copying and memorising it in Urdu. They also desire to meet Justin Bieber and showcase their talent to him. The singing pair was also included in the ICC World Cup 2015 anthem ‘Phir Se Game Uthadein’ in 2015. The song is based on Matt Slogett and Kasey Carlone’s 1992 smash “Who Rules The World.” The Justin Bieber song competed with the original World Cup anthem, which had an all-star lineup. The video begins with the girls singing Baby, followed by Who Rules The World. The girls are heavily featured on the song, which is followed by a qawalli-inspired version of ‘khail ka hai sama, josh mein hai jahan’ for an unusual mix that would appeal to Pakistani audiences. The girls are heavily featured on the song, which is followed by a qawalli-inspired version of ‘khail ka hai sama, josh mein hai jahan’ for an unusual mix that would appeal to Pakistani audiences. The music video, which lasts 1 minute and 18 seconds, features images of the Badshahi Mosque, dancing horses, and Lahore’s pehelwans, among other things, to emphasise the finest of what Lahore has to offer. However, that song, which included Atif Aslam, Faisal Kapadia, Asrar, and Jimmy Khan on vocals, as well as Aamina Sheikh, Adnan Siddiqui, and Adnan Malik, fell a bit flat to the audience. Anan Malik explained the concept of the newer version of the song as,

You have to love social media because when I put out a call to action on Facebook, I managed to track them down. When Zoe and I met them, we couldn’t tell who was more starstruck — us or them! Zoe and Adnan Saeed, who produced the audio, mentioned that we should incorporate qawalli into the new anthem and so we decided to merge the two.”

He also added,

Working with them was a great experience. It’s a home-grown talent, which their mother has nurtured very well. Without any formal training, both sisters are extremely in tune.”

Justin Bibis announced a cooperation with Hasan Raheem and Talal Qureshi in 2021 to create a fusion-fueled single for the 14th season of Coke Studio, a Pakistani music series that showcases studio-recorded music performances by renowned and upcoming musicians. They performed the song Peechay Hutt, which was published on February 19, 2022.