Hussain Al Jassmi

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Hussain Al Jassmi
Hussain Al Jassmi
Background information
Native name
حسين الجسمي
Birth nameHussain Al Jassmi
Born (1979-08-25) August 25, 1979 (age 39)
Sharjah, Khorfakkan
GenresArabic music, Khaliji
Occupation(s)Singer, composer
InstrumentsPiano
Years active2002–present
Websitewww.hussainaljassmi.com
The Dubai Fountain performing to the song "Bassbor Al Fourgakom".

Hussain Al Jassmi (Arabic: حسين الجسمي‎; born August 25, 1979) is an Emirati singer who is well known in the Middle East. His father and mother are Emirati. He released his first single "Bawada'ak" followed by "Wallah Mayiswa" and "Bassbour Al Fourgakom".

In 2008, Al Jassmi received the Murex d'Or award, under the category of "Best Arabic Male Singer."[1]

Jassmi has achieved over 730 million views on YouTube.[2]

Discography[edit]

Singles
  • Matkhafosh Ala Masr ماتخافوش على مصر
  • Boshret Kheir بشرة خير
  • We Tebga Le وتبقى لي
  • Abasherek ابشرك
  • Morni مرني
  • Faqadtak And Wallah Ma Yeswa فقدتك & والله ما يسوى
  • Raak Allah رعاك الله
  • Meta Meta متى متى
  • Al Sirat Al Mostaqeem الصراط المستقيم
  • Seta El Sobah ستة الصبح
  • Ama Barawa أما براوه
  • Al Jabal الجبل
  • Ma Nesena ما نسينا
  • Yalghalia يالغالية
  • Habebi Barchaloni حبيبي برشلوني
  • Right Where I'm Supposed to Be (Official Song of the Special Olympic World Games Abu Dhabi 2019) (Ryan Tedder with Avril Lavigne, Luis Fonsi, Hussain Al Jassmi, Assala Nasri and Tamer Hosny)
National Songs
  • Mabrook Eidek Yal Emarat مبروك عيدك يالإمارات
  • Salman Elshahamah سلمان الشهامة
  • Lohat Alazzi لوحة العازي
  • Ya Shabab Elwatn يا شباب الوطن
  • Watani وطني
  • Riyadh Alhob رياض الحب
  • Al Kuwaity Ma Ynsah الكويتي ما ينسى
  • Hathi Qatar هذي قطر
  • Hathi Masr هذه مصر
  • Agda Nas أجدع ناس
  • Koolna Iraq كلنا العراق
  • Reqab Elezz رقاب العز
  • Rasamnalak رسمنالك
Series Soundtracks
  • Mahadesh Mertah محدش مرتاح
  • Baad El Forak بعد الفراق

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Famous Emirati People: Emirati Artists, Scientists, Leaders, Musicians, Politicians and Athletes". Day Translations. Day Translations, Inc. 2013. Retrieved 2 July 2013.
  2. ^ "Hussain Al Jassmi | حسين الجسمي". YouTube.

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