Wael Jassar (وائل جسّار) is a Lebanese pan-Arab singer born 22 November 1972. Dubbed the 'Miracle Child' when he was a youngster, he appeared on television and sang "Yallee Ta’ebney Seneen Feh Hawak" when he was 8, fascinating the public. As a young star, he started working with famous figures from the music industry including people like Jamil Nahas and Jamil Ayoub, soon after releasing his first album Kelmet Wada’a Beta’zebne. Wael then collaborated with Nicholas Nakhle and the songwriter Mohammed Mady. His single "Ya Tayer" followed soon after, a huge success that made it to the top of the charts throughout the Middle East.
Albums El-Dounia Alemetny and Allah Yekhalehoum built on his success and popularity. The hugely successful "A'al Jamr" remains one of the staple Arab pop dance tunes. Wael Jassar then released his album Mesheet Khalas containing nine songs with collaborations with big names in the Arab music industry including songwriters Hani Abdel Karim, Moustafa Moursi, Nicholas Hayek and musicians Waleed Saed, Naser El Assad, Tarik Abou Jawdeh and many more. Arrangements in Jassar’s latest album were done by Medhat Khamis, Roger Khoury, Jad Mehanna and others.
Wael then released his album entitled Saeat Ba2ol characterized by its combining the mesmerizing voice of Wael with an eclectic mix of rhythms and lyrics. Relax-In produces his records.
His most recent release is the album Fi Hadrat al Mahboub (translated in Arabic as In the presence of the Loved One) formed of 10 spiritual Muslim songs.
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