Hussain Al Jasmi

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Hussain Al Jassmi
Birth name Hussain Al Jassmi

(1978-08-25) August 25, 1978 (age 36)

Khor Fakkan, UAE
Genres Arabic music
Occupation(s) Singer, Composer
Instruments Piano
Years active 2002–present
Labels Rotana
The Dubai Fountain performing to the song "Bassbor Al Fourgakom".

Hussain Al Jassmi(Arabic: حسين الجسمي‎) is an Arabic-language singer from the United Arab Emirates. He released his first single Bawada'ak followed by Wallah Mayiswa and Bassbour Al Fourgakom. Jassmi has made many hits through Egyptian folk music and dialect, Lebanese dialect and Gulf dialects. He's considered one of the very talented singers all over the Middle East.

In 2008, Al Jasmi was a recipient of the Murex d'Or award, under the category of "best Arabic male singer."[1]


Studio Albums
  • Husain Al Jassmi 2003
  • Husain Al Jassmi 2004
  • Husain Al Jassmi 2006
  • Ihtirit Aabar
  • Al Jassmi 2010
Live albums
  • Hala Februair
  • "Bawada'ak"
  • "Wallah Mayiswa"
  • "Bassbour Al Fourgakom"
  • "W Teb'aa Li"

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Famous Emirati People: Emirati Artists, Scientists, Leaders, Musicians, Politicians and Athletes.". Day Translations. Day Translations, Inc. 2013. Retrieved 2 July 2013. 

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