Hengameh


Hengameh

Infobox musical artist 2
Name = Hengameh
_fa. هنگامه


Img_capt = CD Cover
Background = solo_singer
Origin = Lahijan,Iranflagicon|Iran
Genre = World, Persian
Occupation = Singer
Years_active =
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Hengameh (PerB|هنگامه), is an Iranian pop music artist based in Los Angeles. She is considered an integral part of the Tehrangeles music scene, having in recent years released such hits as "Baraye Didane To" (For seeing you) and "Yaa To Yaa Hichkase Dige" (Either you or no one else). Despite rumours, she is not divorced. She has managed to pursue her singing career in the states, whilst being a mother and a wife.


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