Jawad Ahmad is a Pakistani singer and musician.Jawad first captured Pakistan’s attention as a person who called attention to the transcendental existence of God through the song ‘”Allah Meray Dil kay Andar” which most say showed a way to inner peace. The lyrical expression that he has used to portray his inclination towards Sufism bears traces of Ghalib and Faiz who are known to have emphasised on the same values so as to eradicate all barriers that hinder the establishment of a connection with God and differentiate amongst human beings by placing them into groupings of race and class. He has published many albums and when the chaotic earthquake in Pakistan struck, he sang at many fundraisers and supported rebuilding his country. He has also performed several times at APPNA.
His career in music is preceded by active participation in various societies including the music and the literary society at University of Engineering and Technology in Lahore and which he claims formed the basis of a serious consideration of adopting music as a career much later in his life after he had graduated and left the band named Jupiter. He has received no formal education in music, most of his songs are written and composed by him. He claims to be an ardent admirer of Ustad Amanat Ali Khan, Mehdi Hassan, Ustad Salamat Ali Khan, Tufail Niazi, Pathanay Khan, Hamid Ali Bela, Noor Jehan, Lata Mangeshkar, Kishore Kumar and Mohammad Rafi. He studied in Cathedral school, 4 Church Road, Lahore. He recently visited Beijing,China and met the upcoming young writer, Ali Ahmed. Where he also performed at the reception organised for celebrating the 60th anniversary of Pakistan-China diplomatic relations in the presence of the Prime minister of Pakistan, Gilani, and chairman CPPCC. He also sang a song in Chinese.