Hyder Husyn is one of those exceptional singers who watched first-hand the birth of his beloved motherland, the subsequent journey to the present day chaos and turbulence, decided to shake the collective conscience of the nation in the best way known to him, through his music.
This 43-year-old talks about his comeback into the music scene with a bang, his religious inclinations and his nostalgia about the good old days as a local boy of Old Dhaka.
Husyn's album 'Phaissa Gechhi' has managed to hit the right chord in everyone's hearts with its strong moral messages and simple, down-to-earth melodies.
Husyn believes that music can influence a society's mindset much more strongly than any long harangue from a political leader. His main inspiration for singing is to motivate people.