Nasrollah Moein Najafabadi (Persian: نصرالله معین نجفآبادی), more commonly known as Moein (Persian: معین, Persian pronunciation: [moˈ(ʔ)in]), is an Iranian singer. Moein was born in Najafabad, a city in Isfahan Province of Iran. He began his artistic career as a radio singer and released several albums before Yeki Ra Doost Midaram in 1986, which was his first album to be widely noticed in Iran. In recent years, Moein has become widely acclaimed in Iran and he has played concerts throughout the globe. He is referred to as "Javdan Sedaye Eshgh," which translates to "The Eternal Voice of Love." He has two daughters, Parichehr and Setareh.