Nassim Parize

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Nassim Parize
Born (1985-11-15) November 15, 1985 (age 37)
San Jose, California
CitizenshipUnited States of America
  • Singer
  • Songwriter
Parent(s)Claude Louis Gratien Parize and Avideh Barzegar
RelativesNeïssa (sister)

Nassim Parize was born on November 15 in San Jose, California, to Claude Louis Gratien Parize, an osteopath, and Avideh Barzegar, a stylist and jewelry designer. She took to singing with her twin sister Neïssa at a young age and made her way onto a reality show called Star Academy, Season 5, on TF1, French TV1, one of the main European TV channel with the highest audience rate in Europe[1] and signs a contract with Universal Music France.

Later on, she joined the music band Zedbazi as a singer and songwriter.

Zedbazi is an Iranian hip hop group, formed in 1999. They are known as the pioneers of gangster rap in Iran, and are also credited with marking the beginning of a new movement in Iranian music [2][3].

Zedbazi is one of the most popular groups of all time in Radio Javan, with over 1 billion plays [4]. Radio Javan is the largest source of Persian entertainment and Iranian music. Radio Javan, with Ardeshir Ahmadi as director also made a documentary about the success and influence of the group [5].

Albums with Zedbazi

  • Zakhar Nameh (year 2012)
  • PSVBN Vol1 (year 2014)
  • PSVBN Vol2 (year 2016)
  • Yeksin (year 2017)
  • Setare Bazi (year 2018)

Other collaborations and solo projects

On July 28, 2014, the album Pir Shodim Vali Bozorg Na (پیر شدیم ولی بزرگ نه – Pir Ŝodim Vali Bozorg Na, "Got Old But Didn't Grow-Up") was released, including only three members of the band (Nassim, Alireza JJ and Sijal) and without the record label of Zedbazi.

On September 20, 2017, the album of Sohrab MJ, "Yeksin" was released, again, without the record label of Zedbazi including one track called (Nishkhand, "Laugh") with Nassim as a guest artists from Zedbazi.

On March 07, 2019, Nassim released her first single called (Bi To Khosh Migzare, “It's going well without you“). Under 2019 Nassim started to collaborate with new artists such as Montiego, TheDon, AFX as an independent artist.

She release her second single called (Mano Mikhaee, "You Want Me”), on April 05, 2020 [6]. In May 2020 Nassim collaborates on a single with Ali Ezza called (Balaha, "High").

In the media



  1. "TF1 GROUP 2018 AUDIENCE RATINGS". TF1 Group. 2020-05-11.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)
  2. Haidari, Niloufar (23 January 2017). "How hip-hop connected the Iranian diaspora and taught-me to swear in Farsi". Vice Magazine. Retrieved 2020-05-21.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)
  3. Lavelle, Moira (August 5, 2015). "Iranian rapper speaks about hip-hop and its future in Iran". The World. Retrieved 2020-05-21.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)
  4. "Zedbazi MP3s, Videos, Albums, Events-". Retrieved 2020-05-21.
  5. Zedbazi - Documentary, retrieved 2020-05-21
  6. Smith, Graeme (2020-04-08). "Discovery: Nassim Parize". York Calling. Retrieved 2020-05-22.

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