Abrar-ul-Haq began his music career in the early 1990s and gained popularity with his debut album "Billo De Ghar." He is known for his unique blend of Punjabi folk music and contemporary pop music, and his songs often have socially conscious lyrics.
Abrar-ul-Haq has released several hit songs, including "Nach Punjaban," "Preeto," and "Billo Part 2." He has also composed music for Pakistani films and dramas, including the film "Gul-e-Rana" and the drama "Aangan."
In addition to his music career, Abrar-ul-Haq is also a philanthropist and social worker. He is the founder of the charitable organization Sahara for Life Trust, which provides healthcare and education services to underprivileged communities in Pakistan.
Abrar-ul-Haq has won several awards for his music and philanthropic work, including the Pride of Performance award from the Government of Pakistan. He is considered one of the most influential and respected artists in the Pakistani music industry and has a large fan base both within Pakistan and around the world.