|Birth name||Oussama Belhcen Cherradi|
|Also known as||RB
March 18, 1991 |
United States Naval Communications Station Sidi Yahya El Gharb, Morocco
|Genres||Moroccan pop, R&B, pop, hip Hop, Arabic Pop|
|Occupations||Singer, songwriter, record producer, music video director|
|Labels||L-Boyz Record, New Lixus Entertainment|
|Associated acts||MafiaFlow, Grizzy, Aklo, Fahd Lil, Big Nass, Mocci, Mr Sufian|
Ryan Belhsen (born Oussama Belhcen Cherradi on March 18, 1991 in the United States Naval Communications Station Sidi Yahya El Gharb, Morocco) is a Moroccan pop singer, songwriter and producer from Morocco, he started his career in 2006. One of his known songs is Rock Your Body from his third album Dayman.
- 1 Biography
- 2 Musical style
- 3 Production and writing songs
- 4 New Lixus Entertainment
- 5 Discography
- 6 Music videos
- 7 References
- 8 External links
1991–2005: Early life and career beginnings with MafiaFlow
As a kid growing up on an U.S. Naval Communications Station, Ryan Belhsen attracted to the American culture and he used to listen to the American music, and he had an addiction to sing songs and only melodies in front of his family.
When he completed 9 years old, and after his father finished his thirteen air military service with the Moroccan Air Force, the whole family moved from The United States Naval Communications Station of Sidi Yahya El Gharb to Larache the small city in the Atlantic Ocean, where he will be taking off his musical career.
At the age of 15, he had that chance to make his first song but it was a Rap song with a group called “MafiaFlow” contained him and four of his friends at the secondary school. They worked on one album, then they separated.
2006 – present: Ana Wnti, Ryan Belhsen (The Album) and Dayman
After one year of separation of the rap group "MafiaFlow", he made his first R&B song “Nhar Ela Nhar” (Day on Day), which it was the debut single of his debut solo Album “Ana Wnti” of 2008, with 6 other songs.
In October 10, 2010, he released his self-titled album “Ryan Belhsen” with 14 songs.
Early in 2010, and while he was working on his second album, he also was making the first touches on his third album “Dayman”, that he cited it will be available in summer 2012. The album included Mehtaj Lik, Khallini Nebghik, Rock Your Body; Fjenbi and other 12 songs.
Belhsen is most known by his unique Moroccan pop style, he's adding on his own songs the occidental music style avoiding the oriental style like Sharki or Khaliji that the other Moroccan singer are heavy influenced by.
As he's written his own songs in Darija (the Moroccan accent) he's making his songs in the American English, some of his latest English songs are Whatcha Gonna Do, Never Stop This Love, Rock Your Body and Can't Let You Go.
On his personal Twitter, Ryan twitted that he wants to make something new and unusual in Africa and in his native country Morocco, and that he wants to sing many genders of music, in different languages to show the world his talents, and he's dreaming to leave an impress in the whole world like what Usher, Ne-Yo, Chris Brown, Michael Jacksson, T-Pain, Akon and others did.
Production and writing songs
Belhsen co-written many songs by rapper and singers coming from his current city Larache like Ibra-X, Lil-G, G-Boi and others and he produced the most of his songs with the producer Fahd Lil.
New Lixus Entertainment
In 2008, Ryan founded New Lixus Entertainment, a small music production company and record label. and currently it's a distributor and publisher working with the artists of the other record label L-Boyz Record.
- Dayman (The Mixtape) (2011)
- Nhar Ela Nhar (2008)
- Kolshi Lik (2010)
- Baghi Nkon Meak (2010)
- Neish Hdak (2011)
- Mehtaj Lik (2011)
- Khallini Nebghik (2012)
- Rock Your Body (2012)
- Fjenbi (2012)
- Meghribiya (2013)
- اخبار المدينة (2012-05-31). "Article in Arabic : A new album of the talented artists from Larache". Larache24.com. Retrieved 2013-08-21.
- "Article in Arabic : Ryan Belhsen is preparing to launch his third album "Dayman"". Tinjah.org. 2012-02-29. Retrieved 2012-03-28.
- "Article in Arabic : Ryan is one of the young talented artists". Ardbladi.press.ma. 2012-03-23. Retrieved 2012-03-28.
- "Article in Arabic : Ryan Belhsen is a Moroccan singer with a great ambition". Panet.co.il. Retrieved 2012-03-28.
- "Rap2Nord". Rap2nord.tv. Retrieved 2012-03-28.
- "Rap-ar.tv". Rap-ar.tv. Retrieved 2013-08-21.
- "Article in Arabic : The first Music video of Ryan Belhsen in the process of production". Maroc-press.com. Retrieved 2012-03-28.
- "Article in French : Ryan Belhsen, his new Music Video". Tajeunesse.com. 1999-02-22. Retrieved 2012-03-28.
- "إبداع جديد للفنان العرائشي ريان.". Larache24.com. 2013-04-14. Retrieved 2013-05-04.
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