|Native name||سعد البشير لمجرد|
|Birth name||Saad Bachir Lamjarred|
April 7, 1985|
|Instruments||Vocals, piano, drums|
Lamjarred was born on April 7, 1985, to Bachir Abdou, a Moroccan classical singer, and Nezha Reguragui, an actress and comedian. From an early age, Lamjarred had a special interest in playing the piano, as well as singing as early as the age of four.
Lamjarred then went on to study at the Conservatory of Music in Rabat, where he studied music, art theory and dance. He would perform many productions where in he would collaborate with his father.
Rise to fame
In 2007, Lamjarred took part in Super Star, a widely popular Arab talent TV show, and was placed second  in season 4 of the series that was won by the Tunisian Marwan Ali. His participation earned him recognition, and towards the end of the competition, Lamjarred has already garnered a moderate fan base.
In 2011, Lamjarred started his acting career, playing the male lead in Ahlam Nassim, a Moroccan soap opera. He released an album in 2013, entitled Wala Aalik. That same year, he released two more albums, namely Salina and Enty. The title song of the latter, "Enty Baghya Wahad", became one of Lamjarred’s biggest hits and earned him an award at the Méditel Morocco Music Awards 2014.
The music video for Lamjarred's 2015 hit single, "LM3ALLEM" (Arabic: لمعلم), earned a Guinness World Record achievement after garnering 500 million views on YouTube within three months of release. As of July 2018, the video is the most viewed Arabic video on YouTube, garnering more than 640 million views.
His hits "Ghaltana" and "Ana Machi Sahel" have garnered 190 million and 150 million views respectively on YouTube.
Lamjarred leads a very private love life, but has confirmed rumours that he was once married, and divorced around 2015.
In February 2010 while visiting the US, Saad Lamjarred was accused of beating and raping a woman from Brooklyn, New York. Saad Lamjarred fled the United States after posting bail and risks being arrested if he returns.
Lamjarred was arrested at the Marriott Champs Elysées at the 17th arrondissement of Paris on October 25, 2016 where he appeared before a French prosecutor to face the charges an alleged sexual assault charge against a French woman, Laura Prioul. He was scheduled to perform at the Palais des congrès de Paris on October 29, 2016. Lamjarred was released in 2017, but still faces charges.
Wala Aalik (2013)
- Mal Hbibi Malou (What happened to my love)
- Sheme'âa (Candle) - (Originally by Kamel Messaoudi)
- Lemen Nechky (to whom must I complain)
- Jiti Fe'baly (You were in my mind)
- Ou'ana Maly (I don't care)
- Katnadeeni (You're calling me)
- Le'mmima (Mom)
- Waadini (2009)
- Ba7eb Elli Byekrahni (2012)
- L'Mmima (2012)
- Salina Salina (2012)
- Mal Hbibi Malou (2013)
- Enty (2014)
- Lm3allem (2015)
- Ana Machi Sahel (2016)
- Ghaltana (2016)
- Let Go (2017)
- Ghazali (2018)
- Casablanca (2018)
- Enty: (feat. DJ Van)
- Wana Ma'ak: (feat. Asmaa Lamnawar)
- Aaziz ou Ghali (feat. Bachir Abdou)
- Ya Ensan: (feat. Salah Alkurdi)
- Sa'aa Saaida: (feat. Sofia Mountassir)
Awards and nominations
Saad Lamjarred has received various awards and nominations.
|2014||MTV Europe Music Award||Best Song||ENTY||Nominated|
|2014||Morocco Music Awards||Best Song||ENTY||Won|
|2015||Murex d'or||Best Arabic Song||ENTY||Won|
|2015||DearGuest Award||Best Song||Lmaallem||Won|
|2016||Murex d'or||Best Male Singer||Saad Lamjarred||Nominated|
|2016||Big Apple Music Awards||Best Male Singer||Saad Lamjarred||Nominated|
|2016||MTV Africa Music Awards||Listener's Choice||Saad Lamjarred||Nominated|
|2017||Anghami||More than 100 millions plays||Saad Lamjarred||Won|
|2017||Arab Nation Music Awards||Best Moroccan Song||Ghaltana||Won|
|2017||Arab Nation Music Awards||Best Music Video On Youtube||Ana Machi Sahel||Won|
|2017||Arab Nation Music Awards||Best Arabic Song||Ghaltana||Won|
|2017||Murex d'or||Best Arabic Song||Ghaltana||Won|
|2017||Murex d'or||The People's Choice Award||Saad Lamjarred||Won|
|2017||daf BAMA Music Awards||Best Song||LET GO||Won|
|2017||HAPA Music Awards||Best African Artist||Saad Lamjarred||Nominated|
|2017||Morocco Music Awards||Best Music Video||LET GO||Won|
|2018||Africa Music Awards||Best Male Northern Artist||Saad Lamjarred||Nominated|
|2018||Arab Nation Music Awards||Best Singer in North Africa||LET GO||Won|
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- "ENTY - Saad Lamjarred | Songs, Reviews, Credits | AllMusic". AllMusic. Retrieved 2016-05-03.
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- "Saad Lamjarred New Song Earns Guinness World Record Achievement". Morocco World News. 2015-05-27. Retrieved 2016-05-03.
- "Singer who hit it big after fleeing rape charge in US sued by accuser". New York Post.
- "Moroccan star Saad Lamjarred facing 'sexual assault' charges in Paris". Al Arabiya.
- PanoraPost: Isabella Lawliet, l’accusatrice de Saâd Lamjarred, sort de son silence… (in French)
- "Saad Lamjarred Is 'Letting Go,' His Rape Accusations Not So Much". Morocco World News.