Ali Azmat (Urdu: علی عظمت) (born April 20, 1970) is a Pakistani singer-song writer, musician and actor. He is best known as the lead singer for the influential Sufi rock band Junoon and for his subsequent solo career. In 2001, he become the first musician ever to perform at the United Nations General Assembly along with an Indian band choosing to sing his song "Dosti" (English: "Friendship"), an aptly chosen title to promote the UN's mission in bringing peace to the world.
Azmat was born in Abbottabad and grew up in Garhi Shahu, Lahore. He went to Sydney, Australia, for his higher studies, but soon returned to Pakistan before completing university. His first band 'Jupiters' was known for performing covers at small gigs in Lahore. While with them, Azmat wrote his legendary hit song Dosti. He later sang and recorded Dosti with Junoon, after which the song gained national fame.
In 2013, he sung 2 songs for Jism 2.