Yasser Habeeb

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Elama 00:00 Tools
Elama (United Arab Emirates) 00:00 Tools
Elama (Chillout Mix) 00:00 Tools
Khanak Zamanak 00:00 Tools
Elama [Folklore] 00:00 Tools
Spooky Remix 00:00 Tools
Elama [United Arab Emirates] 00:00 Tools
MarMarisah 00:00 Tools
Sadoh 00:00 Tools
Ama 00:00 Tools
Elama - Chillout Mix 00:00 Tools
Ama [Mediation Mix] 00:00 Tools
Ama [Meditation Mix] 00:00 Tools
Sahebi 00:00 Tools
Kamela 00:00 Tools
MarMarisah Remix 00:00 Tools
Ya Hala Bik Ya Ghali 00:00 Tools
The One Amir Al Hob 00:00 Tools
Fedaitak 00:00 Tools
Al Fajer 00:00 Tools
Hekayat El Hanan 00:00 Tools
Elama [Chillout Mix] 00:00 Tools
Emazi El Rouh 00:00 Tools
Haboob 00:00 Tools
Faz El Khafoug 00:00 Tools
Ya Oyooni 00:00 Tools
Ya Habib El Rouh 00:00 Tools
Salam Allah 00:00 Tools
Anouh 00:00 Tools
Insan Thani 00:00 Tools
Elama (Remix) 00:00 Tools
A attifi 00:00 Tools
Matshara'oush Matgaraboush 00:00 Tools
CARNAVAL 00:00 Tools
Sabrak Ya Galbi 00:00 Tools
Carnival 'Mitghayer' 00:00 Tools
Yasser Habeeb - Elama 00:00 Tools
Ghareeba 00:00 Tools
Beht Belkhafi 00:00 Tools
Yabu Sharel Lail 00:00 Tools
Ijrah Fouadi 00:00 Tools
Mesamih 00:00 Tools
Elama - Belly Dance Fever The Best Arabian Nights Album In the World - Yasser Habeeb - Middle East/Arabic 00:00 Tools
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Yasser Habeeb (Arabic: ياسر حبيب) is an innovative, enterprising producer and Arabic/Gulf –Oriental crossover singer from the UAE. He started his career in 1992 and was heavily involved in studio production work for a number of local artists but it was in the summer of 2000 when Yasser approached EMI Music Arabia with his Indian influenced mystical song “Elama” that his artistic career really took off. His first album was released by EMI in January 2001 and was an immediate success helped by massive radio airplay, such that on 3rd February 2001, he was presented by EMI Music Arabia with a prestigious Gold Disc for sales of the album just one week after release. The album was self titled and produced with most of the songs composed by the artist himself and with lyrics by popular poets including Abdullah Al Shamisi, Ahmed Hijazi, Tarad and others. The songs – unusually for a Gulf Artist – vary in style, speed and influences, and range from Persian to Indian to Turkish. From then on Yasser was approached by media from throughout the Middle East including Qatar, Bahrain, and Muscat where he toured. After his huge success in the GGC countries, Yasser was invited to Lebanon and Jordan for more exposure and coverage, where he appeared on the TV’s, and was featured in all major publications. By June 2001 the album sales reached Platinum status. Yasser has been approached by EMI’s India office to do a duet with leading singers of India, to break into the markets of the largest Asian subcontinent and also benefit from MTV Asia coverage. The song “Elama” has been included in a number of top selling compilations including the most successful Arabic compilation of all time – NOW Arabia – which has been released worldwide and achieved Platinum status in territories as far flung as Chile. Yasser’s follow up album “Mitghayer” – again self produced – released in April 2002, includes the salsa influenced dance track “ Carnaval Mitghayer” which is the first video clip taken from the album, and the Indian influenced “Khanak Zamanak”. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.