Kadim Jabbar Al Samarai, better known by his artistic name Kadim Al Sahir, is an Iraqi singer, composer and songwriter. He has been dubbed the "Caesar of Arabic Song", and "Iraq's Ambassador to the world".
|Native name:||كاظم جبار إبراهيم السامرائي|
|Birth name:||Kadim Jabbar Al Samarai|
|Born:||September 12, 1957|
|Genres:||Classical crossover, Arab pop, operatic pop, baroque pop, folk pop, world, rapper|
|Occupation(s):||Musician, composer, singer, songwriter|
|Labels:||Music Box, Al-Nazaer, Stallions, Music Master, Relax-In, Rotana, Platinum Records (mbc)|
|Twitter:||Kadim Al Sahir's Twitter profile|
|Instagram:||Kadim Al Sahir's Instagram profile|
|Facebook:||Kadim Al Sahir's Facebook profile|
|IMDb:||Kadim Al Sahir's IMDb|
About Kadim Al Sahir
Known for such Arabic pop and classical songs as, respectively, "Obart Al Shat" and "La Ya Sadiki," this acclaimed vocalist and songwriter became one of the most respected musicians of his generation and in the history of Middle Eastern music.
He wrote his first song when he was just ten years old and went on to attend the Baghdad Academy of Music in his early twenties.
He performed his song "Tathakkar" before both the United States Congress and the United Nations and earned a UNICEF award.
He and his siblings grew up in Baghdad as the children of a palace employee. He later fathered two children: Wissam and Omar.
He collaborated with the Grammy-winning American musician Lenny Kravitz.
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- Iraqi anti-war activists
- Iraqi composers
- Iraqi male singers
- Iraqi musicians
- Iraqi Muslims
- Singers who perform in Classical Arabic
- Rotana Records artists