“He is burning the underground music circuits with his zesty, irreverent music. His BC Sutta song has already become a canticle for all smokers” “My parents still don’t know about the song (BC Sutta)” by Dance with Shadows 20 June, 2006
His motive is to be a social worker and to sing for the lives of average people living in Indo-Pak, especially the youth by highlighting their social problems through his musical abilities. His major breakthrough came in early April 2005, when he recorded live jam session of his song B.C. Sutta, his 4-5 year old composition, in a studio, in Karachi, and released it through the Internet for free mp3 downloading.
Skip owes his success to his brothers, friends and fellow musicians who supported and helped him whenever he needed them. He gives credit to his older brothers, for helping him develop a great taste in music. Skip listens to Blues, Jazz, Country, R&B, Soul and Rock n Roll.
Saqib Abdullah (Skip) was born in Dammam, Saudi Arabia to a Pakistani Family. He is the 3rd and youngest amongst his siblings. Skip moved to Pakistan in 1996 with his family. He lost two guitars previously, since his parents smashed them both. However, he did not lose hope and bought a third guitar. Hiding it wasn’t easy but he still managed to do it somehow. As a result, he was bunking classes, which led him to trouble. He finally gave up studies and too music as a full time career.