Aleem Qureshi, known by his stage name, Aleem Zafar, is a singer, model & a celebrity manager. Born in Karachi, Pakistan, Zafar started out managing celebrities from Pakistan before becoming a musician himself.
Zafar started his career as musician and gained popularity by covering a track 'Ilahi Teri Chokhat Par' originally sung by Junaid Jamshed, which garnered much success and topped charts.
Aleem started his career as a celebrity manager handling marketing & public relations for different celebrities. Zafar helped many young artists and released several songs. Among them was the song Juda by Bilal Rabbani, which gained marked popularity. In January 2011, Aleem became a part of the promotional work of the album Dhoom by Call (band). Among other people whom Aleem promoted was Qurat-ul-Ain Balouch. Her first ever cover song "Ankhian Nu Ren De" was released by Aleem on Koolmuzone which later on gained popularity across the globe.
Amidst all the promotional work, Aleem decided to embark on a journey of his own and, by the mid of 2011, started his own venture called Beats24x7, which focused on helping young individuals step up and promote their talents and show their skills to the world. Soon after the launch of Beats24x7, it was nominated at Pakistan Blog Awards, supported by Google, under the category of "Best Blog". Beats24x7 has covered several events across the world, the biggest being Ali Zafar’s concert in Bahrain.
In 2011, he joined Bollywood actor, singer, and painter Ali Zafar as a part of his official management team. Aleem was a part of several promotional activities done for Ali Zafar which includes several posters, marketing, and song releases. Later that year, Aleem also joined rapper Billy X as his marketing manager.
In 2015, Zafar joined Pakistan's youngest singer Asim Azhar as his public relations and marketing manager. Aleem has released several songs with Asim Azhar, playing a significant part in Azhar's biggest breakthrough in India through Zee Network. Several music videos of Asim Azhar feature Aleem's name including 'Soniye', 'Mahi Ajaa' a track which was also featured in Coke Coke Studio (Pakistani TV program). Some other celebrities Aleem has worked with include Uzair Jaswal, Roxen (band), Saad Sultan, Hamza Malik, Humaima Malick, Faakhir Mehmood, Omer Nadeem, Bilal Saeed and many more. In the past, Aleem has also managed some underground artists, including "Ifti", who sung the title track of drama serial Main Abdul Qadir Hoon, which was broadcast on Hum TV, Bilal Rubbani, Raast the Band and many others. 
Venturing further into the industry, Aleem endorsed several well-known brands and even signed a film ’21Miles’ which was supposedly announced to be released back in 2016 but the project eventually came to an end without the film being released. Aleem was also nominated under the category of ‘Best Emerging Star in Social Media’ at Shorty Awards, along with an exclusive interview. Zafar is also the brand Ambassador of Swedish watch company Daniel Wellington.
In December 2019, Aleem announced that he would pursue his dream as an artist & released his first cover song which was a tribute to Junaid Jamshed, who died in a plane crash back in 2016. Track name was 'Ilahi Teri Chaukhat Par'
In March 2020, Aleem released his second track, which was another tribute to 'Mehdi Hassan' on his track 'Yeh Watan Tumhara Hai' . The song quickly made it to the top of the charts.  In November 2020, Aleem released an original track by the name of 'Ghum Dey Gaya'.
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