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Assi El Helani

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Assi El Helani
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El Helani attending the 12th edition of the Mawazine music festival in Rabat
Background information
Native name محمد مزين الحلاني
Birth name Mohammed El Helani
Born (1970-11-28) November 28, 1970 (age 47)
Origin Baalbek, Lebanon
Genres Lebanese Music
Occupation(s) Singer
Years active 1970–present
Labels Rotana
AMD

Mohammed El Helani, widely known as Assi El Helani (in Arabic عاصي الحلاني‬; born November 28, 1970), is a Lebanese singer. El Helani's musical career started after winning Studio Al Fan, a TV program for young artists, at the age of 17.[1] He has released more than a dozen albums, and his top hits include "Wani Mareq Mareet", "Amshi Lihali", "Mali Saber", "Ahebbak Gedan", "Ahla Al Oyoun", "Shoag El Sahara", "Azabounii" , "Bel Arabi" , "Saalouni" , "Ya Memah" and "Kayed Ozzalak".[2]

Biography

Early life

El Helani was born in Jdeide but he was originally from Harbata (Baalbeck), and is the third-youngest among his 13 brothers and sisters.El Helani studied for approximately five years (1985–1990) at the Higher Institute of Music in Lebanon, concentrating on the Oud performance and Arab vocal techniques.[1]

Present

El Helani has participated in important musical events including the Baalbeck International Festival, the Jerash Festival, the Carthage Festival, and a number of concerts around Europe, the Arab world and America.[citation needed] He regularly performs at fund-raising concerts throughout the Middle East in support of a range of charities in the region, including the Women's Development Association Hayati.[citation needed].

In August 2005, Helani added his voice to the growing roster of celebrities helping WFP raise awareness about global hunger and poverty, recording a public service announcement explaining that 25,000 people die of hunger every day, 18,000 of the children.[3][4]

El Helani is a Judge in the Middle Eastern version of The Voice.

Personal life

El Helani has been married to his wife, Collette (née Boulos), since 1995. They have three children together, two daughters and one son.[5] His daughter, Maritta Hellani, is also a singer.[6]

Discography

Albums

[7]

  • 1991 : Mahlana Sawa
  • 1992 : Ya Hala
  • 1993 : Mahr El Zina
  • 1994 : Wani Mareg Mareit
  • 1995 : Ahebek Jedan
  • 1996 : Ya Maima
  • 1998 : Ahla El Oyoun
  • 1999 : Shog El Sahara
  • 2000 : Kid Ozzalak
  • 2001 : Ater El Mahabah
  • 2002 : E Qarar
  • 2003 : Forsat Omor
  • 2004 : Zghiri El Dinney
  • 2006 : Dagat Galbi
  • 2007 : Ouwetna Bi Wehdetna
  • 2008 : Yemkin
  • 2010 : 010
  • 2011 : Rouhi Ana
  • 2013 : Assi 2013
  • 2017 : Habib El Alb

References

  1. ^ a b Bridi, Mireille (13 March 2013). "Assi Al-Hellani: La voix de Baalbek - Ahram Hebdo". hebdo.ahram.org.eg (in French). Archived from the original on 4 August 2017. Retrieved 10 August 2017. 
  2. ^ "Best Of Assi - Assi El Helani — Listen and discover music at Last.fm". www.last.fm. Retrieved 28 March 2016. 
  3. ^ "Assi Hillani, "Arab knight"". World Food Program. Archived from the original on 10 October 2006. Retrieved 10 August 2017. 
  4. ^ "Lebanese singer Assi Helani sings for the world's hungry children". Al Bawaba. Archived from the original on 19 June 2007. Retrieved 10 August 2017. 
  5. ^ "Colette Boulos – L. Beauty Press"Free registration required. lbpress.wordpress.com. Retrieved 28 March 2016. [better source needed]
  6. ^ Liaz, Rick (17 February 2017). "3 Rising Young Musicians". Huffington Post. Retrieved 10 August 2017. 
  7. ^ Nogomi. "Assi El Helani - All Albums And Songs On Nogomi". nogomistars.com. Retrieved 28 March 2016. 

External links

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