Emirati Artist Hussein Al Jassmi with Magdy Abdelati – Egypt Today.
CAIRO – 25 August 2018: Emirati star Hussein Al Jassmi celebrates his 39th birthday today Aug. 25.
The star is considered one of the most influential Arab singers having achieved great success in the Egyptian community as his songs were always associated with social, political and religious instabilities that Egyptians witnessed over the past few years.
Al Jassmi’s fans wished him a great birthday over numerous social platforms, former Enppi player Magdy Abdelaty being the most significant.
The star’s mother is Egyptian. He released his first single "Bawada'ak" (Farewell) in 2002 followed by "Wallah Mayiswa" (Not Worth It) and "Bassbour Al Fourgakom" (Farewell Passport).
“Mahadesh Mertah” (No One’s Happy) and “Ba’ad El Forak” (After the Farewell) are two Egyptian series in which the star performed the introduction song.
Moreover, Al Jassmi performed several national songs for Egypt, Qatar, KSA and Kuwait. He is considered the ambassador of peace and love in the GCC region.
The star was nominated for the World Music Award for World’s Best Live Act in 2014, World’s Best Entertainer 2014 and World’s Best Male Artist 2014.
The World Music Awards is an international awards show based in Monte Carlo.