Ehsan Jaans Bio:
Ehsan Aman was born in Lashkargah, Afghanistan to Mohammad Aman, an engineer by profession, whose lineage was traced to distinguished peoples of the Helmand province. Ehsan's interest in music developed in early childhood when he learned to play the accordion. This led to his participation in his high school music functions that raised public support for his professional pursuit of music. After completing his high school education, Ehsan won a scholarship to enter Kabul University and he followed his father's footsteps to study.
Aman's serious interest in music began during university- during his attendance as a student, he held various live performances; Ehsan's popularity began to rise. However, there were tensions between Aman and media personalities- the adverse circumstances of the time period led to misinterpretation of his lyrics and contributed to negative publicity. His songs - which were regulars of Kabul Radio Station - were banned.
Ehsan?s early works included the hit single Bute' Daram, which he prepared as a gift for one of his relatives. Broadcast on radio, it immediately brought the singer to light. He was then requested by the radio staff for another song, to which he responded with Allah. This single, surpassing the popularity of his first number, was aired repeatedly gaining Ehsan immediate national attention. His quick fame led to provoking of resentment from others and led to fabrication of stories against the singer. Avoiding a confrontation that could have cost him his life, he chose to leave the country. He arrived in Pakistan in 1981.