Carl Abou Samah better known by his stage name Karl Wolf is a Lebanese-born Canadian musician based in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. He has been a singer, songwriter and producer since 2001, releasing his first solo album Face Behind the Face on MapleNationwide/Universal in 2006, followed by a second album Bite the Bullet in 2007. His third album Nightlife was released in 2009 followed by Finally Free in 2012, Stereotype in 2014 and WOW in 2015. His biggest hit has been a remake of Toto's "Africa" sampling from the song and providing new lyrics and arrangements. Through his company, Lone Wolf Management, Karl Wolf also manages a number of new artists. In 2015, he announced a new collaboration under the name BAE with Show Stephens, Brenda Mullen and producer MasterTrak.
|Birth name||Carl Abou Samah|
|Also known as||KW|
|Born||April 18, 1979, Beirut, Lebanon|
|Origin||Montreal, Quebec, Canada|
|Genres||Pop, R&B, soul, fusion|
|Occupation(s)||Singer, songwriter, record producer, musician|
|Instruments||Vocals, guitar, piano|
|Years active||2001 – present|
|Labels||LW Records, LW Entertainment, EMI (2001–2010), Universal Republic (2010), Universal Music Canada (2011–present)|
|Associated acts||Sky, Choclair, Culture, Striger|
|Website||Karl Wolf's Official site|
|Karl Wolf's Twitter|
|Karl Wolf's Facebook|
|IMDb||Karl Wolf's IMDb|
Singer-songwriter and producer who released a hit cover of Toto's "Africa" and three singles from his album Face Behind the Face in 2006.
He earned the nickname Wolf from his high school basketball team, a reference to the movie Teen Wolf, whose title character was also undersized but very tenacious.
His cover of the song "Africa" was a bestseller not only in Canada, but also reached #4 in Hungary and #20 in Japan.
He was born as Carl Abou Samah in Beirut, Lebanon and moved with his family to Dubai at an early age. He moved to Canada at age seventeen.
He was featured on Taio Cruz's single "Crazy Girl."
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- Lebanese expatriates in the United Arab Emirates
- Lebanese emigrants to Canada
- Canadian soul singers
- Lebanese male singers
- Singers from Montreal
- Musicians from Montreal
- Canadian singer-songwriters
Latest information about Karl Wolf updated on May 07, 2021.