Rabbani (band)

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Rabbani
Rabbani's Member.jpg
Up (left to right)Mohamad Afendi Shahbudin, Zulkiflee Azman, Ahmad Shafie, Mohd Asri Baidul, Middle (left to right)Nazrul Azhar Tamrin, Mohd Asri Ibrahim, Mohd Loqman Abd. Aziz, Bottom (left to right)Rithauddeen Yaakob & Azadan Abd.Aziz
Background information
Origin Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Genres nasyid
Years active 1997–present
Labels EMI Malaysia
KRU Productions
Rabbani (M) Productions
Website http://www.rabbani.com.my/
Members Rahmat Shafie
Zulkiflee Azman
Mohd Loqman Abd. Aziz
Rithauddeen Yaakob
Azadan Abd Aziz
Muhammad Afendi Shahbudin
Nazrul Azhar Tamrin
Mohd Asri Baidul@Ubaidullah
Past members Mohd Asri Ibrahim(Deceased)[1]
Hamzah Hasyim
Azizan Khalid

Rabbani is a Malaysian nasyid group. Rabbani originally debuted in March 1, 1997 with 13 members and currently consisted 8 members.

Biography[edit]

A quasi-traditional Malaysia-based nasyid group. Rabbani are nine-piece group led by vocalist, Mohammed Asri Ibrahim. Their first album, a self-titled affair was released in 1997. Best known as a nasyid group that adds more modern aspects to its music. Therefore, making it sound less like a wall percussion. Rabbani released ten more albums by the time of 2005's Suara Takbir. That album was released as a "contribution" to the Islamic holy month of Ramadhan. They also released three compilation albums, the most recent being 2004's Yalla Benna! (English: Let's Go!).[2] After the death of the group leader and main vocalist, Mohamed Asri Ibrahim in August 13, 2009, the position was taken by the other member, Zulkiflee and they continued as 8 member with the released of new album Mahabbah in August 28, 2012.[3][4]

Discography[edit]

Compilation[edit]

  • Ramadhan Remix (Rabbani/H.Madani)(1999)
  • Kenangan Lalu(2003)
  • Rabbani 1418-1428H (2007)

Non Album Songs[edit]

  • Masa Berlalu(2006) - Maulidur Rasul National Level, Stadium Negara [7]

Concerts/Tours[edit]

  • Rabbani - Live in Kuwait Tour (2006) : Maharjaan Al Kuwait Enshadi [8]

References[edit]

External links[edit]

  • Rabbani (M) Production [3]