Kadim Jabbar Al Samarai, known by his stage name Kadim Al Sahir, is an Iraqi singer, songwriter and musician. He is nicknamed the "Caesar of Arabic Song" and "Iraq's Ambassador to the World". Kadim Al Sahir has established himself as one of the most successful singers in the history of the Arab world, since the start of his career, with more than 100 million albums sold and one Arab concert in volume. From great romantic ballads to more political pieces, from pop music to classical Arabic music. In 2003, according to an international poll conducted by the BBC, more than half a million people from 165 countries voted for her composition, Ana Wa Laila, the most famous song about her love for Laila, ranked number one. 10 most popular songs in the world. All the time. He played with an orchestra of twenty to thirty musicians on Arabic percussion, oud, qanun, present and a full range of strings.
Kadim Jabbar Al Samarai, كاظم جبار إبراهيم السامرائي
September 12, 1957
Classical crossover, Arab pop, operatic pop, folk pop, world
Musician, composer, singer, songwriter
Music Box, Al-Nazaer, Stallions, Music Master, Relax-In, Rotana, Platinum Records (mbc)
This outstanding vocalist and lyricist rose to become one of the most acclaimed artists of his generation and in the history of Middle Eastern music, best known for songs like"Obart Al Shat" and"La Ya Sadiki".