Cheb Douzi

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Cheb Douzi

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Cheb Douzi , born Abdelhafid Douzi, is a Moroccan artist. He was born in the city of Oujda, on May 1st, 1985.

His father is Moroccan, whereas his mother is Algerian. His elder brother Abdelkader, a musician, encouraged him to enter the music world. He also helped him by writing and composing for him a song entitled ‘La Lel Harb’. At the age of 5 years old, he performed it in a TV show to which he was invited in Rabat.

In 1994, he recorded his first album ‘Goulou Loumimti Tjini’. The album was an immediate success. It allowed him to rank 1st, for more than 8 weeks, in the TOP 20 radio show, on BEUR radio. In 1997, he was officially invited as an honorary guest, in the show ‘studio 5’ on RTM channel. In the same year, he participated in the Saidia Beach Festival and won the prize of the best young upcoming artist. This prize allowed him to sign some contracts to figure in commercials.

In 1998, he released his first video clip for the single ‘Rouahi Lia’, (in English :Come back). Both the single and the video clip were very successful. In 2003, he migrated with his family to Belgium in order to carry on his academic studies and to undertake a professional career. Cheb Douzi is considered as the prodigy kid of Rai music. His career started with the album ‘Goulou Loumimti Tjini’. Now, he is touring all over the world.

Douzi is not only a great artist but he is also a great person and an activist against Racism. Indeed, he accepted to participate in the ‘operation 0110’ set to bring people together and spread the spirit of tolerance among different people from different nations with different beliefs. He also takes part in charity concerts, the benefits of which go to handicapped children.

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