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Mehrangez is an Afghan female talented singer, Mehrangez was born in Kabul Afghanistan, Mehrangez is the oldest of four children. She was born to a civil/environmental engineer and school teacher who always instilled in her the value of a higher education. Despite her god given talent in music and singing, Mehrangez’s primary focus in life was to become an architect. As such, she pursued a Bachelors in Architecture at Cal Poly Pomona. Upon her graduation she met and married the love of her life, her husband Taymor. They soon had two beautiful children, Emaan and Avicenna , but Mehrangez was still not satisfied. With the support of her family, especially her loving husband who himself is an aerospace/electrical engineer, she pursued and completed her Masters degree in Architecture. As a part of her Master’s Thesis she returned to Afghanistan in 2008 to develop her proposal for a school for the disabled at the Kabul University Campus. The proposal has since been introduced to the Ministry of Higher Education in Afghanistan and is now awaiting funding. Music Despite these academic accomplishments, Mehrangez’s love for music has left her wanting to pursue her passion of singing. Mehrangez began performing at family social events and school events as young as 7. Throughout her life, Mehrangez has had the privilege of performing with many distinguished artists of the Afghan community. In 1998, she had the honor of becoming an official musical student of the late Ustad Jalil Zaland. Aside from the musical influences of great Afghan artists, Mehrangez’s musical style is also inspired by the world renowned Mehdi Hassan, Jagjit Singh, Ustad Fateh Ali Khan, Ustad Salamat Ali Khan, Ghulam Ali, Begum Akhtar and many others of the same caliber. Although these legends have impacted her music, Mehrangez, nevertheless, maintains her own unique style, voice, and delivery. Through her music she wishes to convey powerful messages that relate not only to Afghans, but to all human kind.