Biography

Abdel Salam Al Hassani

عبدالسلام الحسني

Abdel Salam Al Hassani is a Moroccan composer, spiritual singer, songwriter and producer. He’s endowed with a strong cultural affiliation to music. Privileged with a musical background and having studied music with several renowned Egyptian composers.

At a very young age he bore the passion to etch a mark in the field of music which he did incredibly with the release of his groundbreaking debut album ‘Ya Yumma’ – composed, produced and sang by him in 1994.

Abdel Salam Al Hassani first musical inspiration came from his grandfather who was a singer himself. Performing locally, he continued his schooling and later got into university and got a bachelor’s degree in BG.

Among the many chances around him, one thing remained the same – his strong passion to music. He would spend late nights at school with his friends where they sand , wrote rap, composed and experimented with music in every way. It didn’t take him long to realize that music had become an integral part of his identity .

Abdel Salam Al Hassani started to work with Moroccan artists and later moved to Cairo. He got interested in spiritual music which inspired him so much that he released his next groundbreaking album ‘Naseem’ in 2003 also composed, produced and sang by him.

In 2005 Abdel Salam Al Hassani signed up and began working on an album with Good News Records, ‘Aman’.
Abdel Salam Al Hassani coverted to spiritual singing instead of singing for fame and glory – he started to sing for Prophet Muhammad p.b.u.h

Abdel Salam Al Hassani religious songs represent perfectly the beauty of Islam, its poetry and harmony. The songs are fresh and joyful, but they also have a spiritual energy that captivates the attention and the hearts of all those who are open to other cultures and beliefs. For a multicultural Europe and for more understanding with regards to Muslims, nothing better than showing Europeans the beauty and harmonious sweetness of Arab songs, for them to start falling in love and welcoming the Arab culture.