Mehad Hamad

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Mehad Hamad Al Muhairi
Mehad Hamad 2014.jpg
The night of mirth 2014
Background information
Birth nameMehad Hamad Mehad Mohammed Al Muhairi
BornKalba, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates
GenresArabic music, Emirati heritage
Occupation(s)Singer-songwriter, musician
InstrumentsVocals, poetry, composer
Years active1983–present
Websitewww.mehadhamad.ae

Mehad Hamad Mehad Al Muhairi (Arabic: ميحد حمد‎), or just Mehad Hamad is an Emirati artist and singer.[1]

Career[edit]

He mainly interprets traditional Emirati songs, often accomplished by an oud.[2] He is well known in the United Arab Emirates for his songs about the desert[3] and his patriotic songs.[4]

Hamad occasionally introduces new Khaliji-style songs like "Ya Habibi". He has also worked with Tyrese Gibson,[5] and has set the words of Ousha bint Khalifa Al Suwaidi to music.[6] As his father Hamad Mehad Al Shehhi.

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

  • 2014: La Tardini Hudud[4]

Top songs[edit]

  • 2015: Laish Ana As'al
  • 2014: Bargen Laa7
  • 1999: Khams eL7awas
  • 1998: 6aaL Laily
  • 1997: mar7ba b6aresh
  • 1997: 7ad methly 7flah
  • 1996: yoom alwdaa3
  • 1994: TeDaLaL
  • 1992: La TeThaKeRny Be7BeK
  • 1990: Wada3tkum
  • 1989: BasMTeK
  • 1988: Bassimi

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Naseer Shamma and Mehad Hamad to perform at new Abu Dhabi concert venue in Qasr Al Hosn". The National. September 2, 2019.
  2. ^ "Mohammed Abdullah Al Meqbali, leader of Sokoor Al Magabeel, talks about keeping tradition alive". The National. December 23, 2014.
  3. ^ "Avicii, Ahlam and Mehad Hamad: the changing tune of Khaleeji culture". The National. September 5, 2018.
  4. ^ a b "Mehad Hamad to bring new messages and fresh rhythms at Eid concert in Abu Dhabi". The National. October 1, 2014.
  5. ^ "Tyrese to collaborate with Mehad Hamad". The National. April 15, 2014.
  6. ^ "'When you listen to her poetry, you live heritage': Tributes pour in for legendary Emirati poet Ousha bint Khalifa Al Suwaidi". The National. July 29, 2018.

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