From her hometown, Noorima joined the virtual choir and performed an orchestral song while donning cultural costumes that represent the Wakhi tradition. She was also featured in a presentation that brought together artists from Commonwealth nations, delivering a modern rendition of ‘Higher Love’ by Steve Winwood. Proudly representing her country on the international stage,, Noorima is striving to achieve more significant accomplishments in the field of music.
Noorima's passion for music is not her only impressive feat; she has also been an active Girl Guide since the age of eight, serving the Jamat and reciting manqabats and naats in various religious festivities. Her dedication and hard work paid off when she secured second position in the National Mili Nagma Competition organised by the Pakistan Girl Guides Association.
Drawing inspiration from her father's hard work, Noorima is determined to hone her skills to achieve her dreams.
“My parents have been my source of contentment. They supported me and have encouraged me to pursue my dreams,” she said.
Noorima aspires to become a leading vocalist in Pakistan, drawing inspiration from Aima Baig, a renowned Pakistani singer. She has been contacted by Coke Studio, Pakistan’s popular music platform, and will audition for them soon. In 2017, Noorima participated in the Jubilee Arts programme and represented Hunza region at the national level, where she showcased her talent by singing Urdu, English and Wakhi songs.
Noorima's performance at the Seven Days Winter Festival in January 2023 in Ghulkin, Gojal Valley of Gilgit-Baltistan, went viral on social media with over a million views. She has been featured on various media outlets such as BBC Urdu, Geo News, Hum News, Neo News, Suno Pakistan and more. Her soulful voice and emotive performances have captivated audiences at various music festivals across Pakistan, including Hunza and Islamabad.
With her raw talent, dedication and hard work, Noorima Rehan is undoubtedly a rising star in the music industry.