Mubasher Fazal lovingly known as Dr. Mobi is a superstar of many talents. He is a radio host (Lifestyles TV), an author, an actor, singer/songwriter, sleep specialist, producer, pilot, visionary, socialite, philanthropist…and an endless array of others. Like a seductive alchemist of art, he transforms private anguish into a narrative of truth.
While the heavens were engulfed in flames and people were crying for the moon during the pandemic, Dr. Mobi was creating musical videos as a tribute to first responders and the front line medical community. His show “Lifestyle with Dr. Mobi” discusses goals and past challenges with celebrity guests inspiring others to follow their dreams and visions.
Most recently Dr. Mobi was an honored guest on the Red Carpet for the “Let Me Help, Inc” 9/11 Tribute and Celebrity Benefit Gala Concert in New York City, benefitting “Operation Warrior Shield.” He graced the carpet along with stars including actor Mario Van Peebles, World renowned composer Randy Edelman, actor and singer Leon, Kim Sledge (Sister Sledge), Felipe Rose (The Village People), TV Host Mickey Burns, Joey Belladonna (Anthrax), and a list of others.
Born with a halo, Dr. Mobi goes beyond the ordinary. He is a master of his own destiny and spreads an epidemic of inspiration and happiness wherever he goes.
Dr. Mobi has recently released his highly anticipated new single and music vido “Our Love” which is now available worldwide.
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