Haitham Shomali

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Haitham Shomali


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Haitham Shomali , (born October 22, 1986) is a Palestinian, singer, songwriter, composer and director. He was born in the United Arab Emirates. As the youngest of 5 children (4 boys and 1 girl), and privy to a very musical family, his brothers would take him along with them to perform from the age of 7. As a young boy became proficient at a total of 13 instruments: Piano, Keyboard, Violin, Saz, Bouzouki, Accordion, Oud, Guitar, Bass Guitar, Drums, Darbuka, Riq, Katem and Bongos. At the age of 9 his father took him to Egypt and produced an album for Haitham called, "Markeb Waraa". Following that, he began performing his own concerts in the Middle East.

In 2001, Haitham and his family moved to the United States, where he attended high school. In 2005, Haitham competed and was chosen to join one of the most famous programs in the Middle East, Superstar now Arab Idol, the equivalent to, American Idol. He then moved to Lebanon and began his successful career, he currently resides in Amman, Jordan.

In 2007, Haitham released his first single, titled "Sho Emelte Fee", (What Have You Done to Me). Which was a super hit. The song was composed by Haitham, and the music video was directed by Waleed Naseef, director of famous veteran Middle Eastern singers. In 2008, Haitham sang on a movie soundtrack, sponsored by Pepsi, titled "Baher El Nojoom". This included his second successful song titled, "Tlatee Mnaen", (Where Did You Come From). In that same album, he composed veteran singer, Wael Khfoury’s song, "Shu Mbakakee" (Why Are You Crying). In that same year, he began composing for other artists as well.

In 2009, he composed a new song for the artist Ayman Zbeeb, called "Ma Bdaa Tooul", (She Doesn’t Want to Say) and compositions for several other artists have followed since. In 2010, Haitham, created his third single called, "Shu Sayer", (What’s Happened). This song was also composed by him, but arranged by artist Michel Fadel.

In 2012, Haitham, released his new album, "Jowa El Alb", (From the Heart). It contained 11 songs, all of which were composed and arranged by him. The album contained several successful songs: "Enta Habibi"(You Are My Love), "Ya Helweh" (Hey Beautiful), "Jowa El Alb" (From the Heart) and "Sayer Hanoon" (Emotional). Haitham, has been studying music since the age of 12 and completed his studies in film making. Most recently he showed his talents through his company, Shomali Group Productions.

In November of 2013, Haitham Shomali, won the Golden Mosaic Award. For this award a large television audience was required to vote on who they believed to be the most talented artist with the best album for 2012, his album, "Jowa El Alb" (From the Heart) was chosen as the winner.

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