حبیب قادری جوان نخبه ی موسیقی افغانستان است حبیب قادری پسر سلطان عزیز قادری ، مقام بلند رتبه دولت وقت افغانستان پس از پایان کلاس (صنف) ششم مکتب"شرینو" در کارته ی پروان کابل و دردوران جنگ های افغانستان در سال 1983 به هند مهاجرت کرد اشتیاق اولیه او به موسیقی ، توسط خودش بود که برای نخستین بار انگشت های خود را روی طبل ماند و طبله نواختن را یاد گرفت هنگامی که حبیب به لس آنجلس نقل مکان کرد در دسامبر 1985 ، آموزش و پرورش خود را اولویت شماره یک خود دانست پس از فارغ التحصیل شدن از کوستا مسا دبیرستان در سال 1989 ، او در ابتدا مدرک مدیریت اطلاعات سیستم در نارنجی ساحل کالج به دست آورد.او در حالی که موسیقی غربی را در مدرسه (مکتب ) مطالعه می کرد و اواز موسیقی افغانستان و هندو کلاسیک و فولکلور مراقبت می کرد. هدف او روشن بود ، ترکیب موسیقی شرقی یعنی موسیقی خودش با موسیقی غربی بود او اولین آلبوم خود را تحت عنوان "Chahdare Gulnahr" در سال 1994. به پایان رسانید که به رکورد پر فروش در بیش از 6 کشور و ترانه "Jahnomay" ناب ترین آهنگ درخواستی تبدیل شد. توسط این موفقیت آلبوم دوم خود ، "ساحل" ، که در را برایش باز کرد.ودر اجرای برنامه ها کنسرت ها و شناسندن خود را به عنوان یکی از هنرمندان برجسته موسیقی افغانستان. اودر 1997 ، آلبوم سوم خود را تحت عنوان "عروس گل ها" به بازار عرضه کرد چهارمین آلبوم خود با عنوان "رویای طلایی" در سال 1999 به بازار عرضه کرد، که تبلیغاتی کنسرت اودر نیویورک به موفقیت بی نظیر بود. مدت کوتاهی پس از آن ، جامعه افغانی در کانادا به وی نشانی را اهدا کرد عنوان موسیقی" بلبل" ، که قبلا توسط افسانه ای هنر احمد ظاهر برگزار شد بود. حبیب همچنان سنگ فرش راه خود را از طریق موفقیت های بین المللی و اخیرا منتشر شدن آلبوم او تحت عنوان "مهمان یار" می داند و حبیب می گویدکه. " موسیقی من همیشه در حال تغییر است و در تکامل ثابت است. آلبوم اول من این است کاملا متفاوت از آخرین آلبوم من است. من فقط به دنبال سلیقه خود من در موسیقی هستم .حبیب مراحل مشترک با ستاره های هنر مانند استاد مهوش ، ناشناس ، فیض قادری ، لیلافروهر و بسیاری دیگر. در میان هنرمندان همکار بوده است که برای توانایی های خود را برای برقراری رابطه دوستانه با طرفداران خود را که باعث غش کردن مخاطبان خود شناخته می شود
The name Habib Qaderi has become synonymous with dedication and hard work through which he has realized international success beyond even his wildest dreams. For the past ten years, ever since Afghans all over the world opened their arms for this charismatic performer, he has released the coolest, hippest and most romantic ballads as well as soft ghazals to an ever-growing audience. Already at a young age, he has established himself as a remarkable concert artist and has shared stages with stars such as Ustad Mawash, Nashnaas, Faiz Qaderi, Laila Ferouhar and many others. Among fellow artists, Habib is known for his ability to establish a rapport with his fans that makes his audience swoon, and keeps them on their feet screaming and dancing from first song to last. There is no doubt that Habib's spectacular career accomplishments have re-written Afghan music industry standards. Son of Sultan Aziz Qaderi, a high ranking government official in the pre-communist Afghanistan, Habib and his family were forced to leave their beloved country for fear of persecution. After finishing sixth grade at Sheerno Junior High in Kartay Parwan, Kabul, he migrated to India in 1983. There he developed his primary passion, music, by getting himself acquainted with the first pillars of Eastern music theory and learned the art of the tabla instrument. Since then, tabla has been Habib's favorite musical instrument as well as the tool with which he has laid the foundation of his musical career. His appreciation for this musical instrument is reflected from the highly rhythmic characteristic of his music. When Habib finally moved to Los Angeles in December 1985, his education became his number one priority. After graduating from Costa Mesa High School in 1989, he initially intended to pursue a Management Information System degree at Orange Coast College. Nevertheless, he realized that his passion was music and his ambition to express his personal beliefs and hopes for Afghanistan and Afghans abroad. The younger generation of Afghans especially, he believed, had to be made aware of their country, its culture and its language. Out of this time of reflection came the decision to re-connect with his musical and cultural roots as a result of which he decided to pursue a music major. While he studied Western music at school he also looked into the Afghan-Hindu classical and folkloric music. His objective was clear; he maintained his musical roots but fused them with international rhythms to create a new and original " Habib sound". This, he hoped, would make Afghan music and musical functions more attractive for the younger generation, who, as a result, would be more involved with their people and their culture. Out of this time of reflection came the decision to re-connect with his musical and cultural roots as a result of which he decided to pursue a music major. Acclaim arrived in Habib's life as soon as he released his first album titled "Chahdare Gulnahr" in 1994. His debut album ended up reaching record sales in more than six countries and the song "Jahnomay" became the most requested song in festive functions. This success was followed by his second album, "Sahel," which opened the door for him to undertake his first tour, performing in concerts and events and establishing himself as one of the pre-eminent musical artists in the Afghan community. Habib didn't stop pushing his professional boundaries and, in 1997, released his third album titled "Arusse Gulha", which he had recorded while in the middle of a hectic, nationwide and international tour. "I decided to do this album, some songs have this magic that you can't control, and those are the ones to record." He confirmed his overwhelming success by releasing his fourth album titled "Golden Dream" in 1999, of which the promotional concert in New York was an unparalleled success. Shortly after, the Afghan community in Canada awarded him the musical title of "Bulbul", which was previously held by the legendary Ahmad Zahir. Habib continues paving his way through international success and has recently released and album titled "Mehmahne Yaar", which he has partially composed himself. This record contains something for every fan, which is exactly what he had planned. "I can't say enough about my fans. They have been with me almost nine years, since I started, and I feel they have grown with me every album I released. They are loyal." In turn, Habib is releasing a DVD in which he invites his fans to take a journey with him as he performs tracks from "mehmahne yaar" on tour. Besides the offstage footage, the fans are to observe him as the full range of his growth as a songwriter and musician will be revealed. "We grow from experience", says Habib who has had plenty the past few years. "So my music is always changing and is in constant evolution. My first album is completely different from my last album. I just follow my own taste on music. Seemingly, Habib has become a shining example in the Afghan music world as well as a role model for a multitude of Afghan debutante artists. He plans to found a music school in the honor of the legendary poet, Sofi Ashqari, who has been a major source of inspiration in his career. Habib sees himself retiring as a songwriter and producer, ceaselessly in pursuit of the "new" in music and hopes to contribute a new impetus to Afghan music across the globe.