Pabna, Bangladesh Nov 24, 2021 (Issuewire.com) – Mehedi Hasan Opu is a Bangladeshi entrepreneur, content creator, digital marketer, trainer & Musical artist Who is Mostly known as a digital marketer & Strategist rather than Musician. He was born on May 02, 2001, in Pabna, Bangladesh. At the age of 17, he started his content creation and marketing journey.
He is the Co-founder & Strategist of the Digital marketing agency SHARKSPROMO, Founder & Ceo of the educational platform NG1 UNIVERSITY. He works on modern pop music, EDM, and a fusion of traditional Bengali folk music with contemporary techno and urban beats. He loves to work s new talents and new ideas.
That’s why he likes to influence other people to work with new ideas. He was introduced to the music industry and launched his first soundtrack “Feel The Love” on Apple Music first. After some days he releases his soundtrack on different music platforms like Spotify, Google Play Music, Apple Music, iTunes, Amazon Music, JioSaavan and many others.
Mehedi Hasan Opu has released his soundtracks on foreign music streaming platforms like Deezer, Tidal and Napster. You get Mehedi Hasan Opu music on TikTok, Instagram, or Facebook library also.
Mehedi Hasan Opu got a really inspiring life story. He burned in a middle-class family. His family is never able to support his dream. But he didn’t stop. Mehedi started freelancing when he was in middle school just with a smartphone. Since then he never looked back.
Within 2 months he bought his first PC with his won earned money and now he won a Digital marketing agency and an educational platform. His goal is now to build next-generation leaders in Bangladesh. Mehedi Hasan Opu now is the name of inspiration among the young people in Bangladesh.
Mehedi Hasan Opu
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