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Alaa Wardi, a Saudi Arabian singer, songwriter, a cappella artist, and a producer of Iranian origins (born 13 January 1987 in Riyadh).
He rose to fame on YouTube, where he showcases Middle Eastern, English, Bollywood, and K-pop hits as well as original ballads.
Wardi's album Fi Ba7ri came out in 2015 and Madinat Al Salah in 2016.
He is also a member of the Arab rock and pop band Hayajan.
He was born in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, to Iranian parents. In Riyadh, his family runs a furniture store. In Bodrum, Turkey, he married Sinem Güneş in 2015.
Alaa Wardi studied music and sound engineering at the University of Jordan, but after graduating in 2008, he returned to Riyadh to work and concentrate on his music.
In October 2013, he produced the famous English language musical video "No Woman, No Drive" with comedians Hisham Fageeh and Fahad Albutairi as a satirical response to the Saudi Arabian ban on female drivers. It is a capella by Fageeh, who was backed by Wardi and Albutairi to Bob Marley's "No Woman, No Cry."
Wardi's album Fi Ba7ri came out in June 2015. Aziz Maraka, a Jordanian musician, wrote the lyrics for the album's songs. His Hindi cover versions of Bollywood hits "Pehla Nasha" and "Jiya Re" became well-known, as well as his mash-up "Evolution of Arabic Music," which is an a capella mash-up of 42 Arabic songs from the 1930s to 2010. Peter Hollens has collaborated with a large number of Arab and international artists, including Peter Hollens.
Wardi released a capella medley of songs by Lebanese singer Fairuz, including Jordanian indie singer Haifa Kamal. The song went viral, with the video receiving more than 800,000 views in fewer than nine days. Wardi was then contacted by representatives of Rahbani's family to delete the video right away, or serious legal action would be taken.