Zeb Bangash and Haniya Aslam are cousins from the deeply conservative Northwest Frontier Province, the tribal areas, of Pakistan.
They're unlikely music stars but they're not exactly country bumpkins either.
Both their fathers were civil servants, so they traveled all over Pakistan.
And both ended up at two of America's most elite women's' colleges, not too far from each other. And now they're making music that reflects their east-west upbringing.
The World's Aaron Schachter reports.