Known for such Arabic pop and traditional tunes as, respectively, “Obart Al Shat” and “La Ya Sadiki,” this acclaimed vocalist and songwriter became probably one of the most respectable musicians of his generation and in the annals of Middle Eastern music. He published his first music when he was simply ten years older and continued to wait the Baghdad Academy of Music in his early twenties. He performed his music “Tathakkar” before both USA Congress as well as the US and gained a UNICEF award. He and his siblings was raised in Baghdad as the kids of the palace worker. He later on fathered two kids: Wissam and Omar. He collaborated using the Grammy-winning American musician Lenny Kravitz.