Sattar Saad

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Sattar Saad
ستار سعد
ستار سعد
Background information
Birth nameSattar Saad
Born (1990-08-04) August 4, 1990 (age 30)
OriginBaghdad, Iraq
GenresClassical crossover, Arab pop, operatic pop, baroque pop, folk pop, world
Occupation(s)Musician, composer, singer
Years active2012 – present
LabelsUniversal Music Group
Music Al Remas TV
Associated actsKathem Al-Saher
Esraa Alaseel

Sattar Saad (Arabic: ستار سعد‎); born August 4, 1990 in Baghdad, Iraq, is an Iraqi singer[1][2],Musician, composer, & songwriter.[3]

Bio[change | change source]

Sattar was born in the Diyala bridge area of ​​"Zaafaraniya" in Baghdad. Iraq.[4] He participated in the Triangle Program and his participation in the program was not completed because of his physical condition.[5] His family discovered his talent and encouraged him to develop it. He sang in many concerts and festivals. He loves quiet music, and his example is the art of Kathem Al-Saher.[6]

Career[change | change source]

Sattar Saad from Iraq participated in The Voice: The Sweetest Voice (Season 2) on the MBC 4 screen.[7][8] He was a way to reach out to the whole world. His participation in The Voice was for two reasons: the first relates to his artistic future and the development of his experience and performance; He wants to help his family and help them improve their situation after his father lost a lot in his career.

He achieved his dream of meeting Kathem Al-Saher[9] and joining his team, after he was assigned three coaches, to choose Kathem Al-Saher, one of the most beautiful gifts Star received in his life after the Iraqi[10] flag in one of the Baghdad festivals.

Sattar Saad was part of the team of his compatriot Kathem Al-Saher competing in the final with the Egyptian team[11] of Sherine Abdel Wahab and with his fellow Seymour Jalal,[12][13] who was also with the team Saber Rabai also with Syrian[14] Hala Al-Qusay from Asi Halani on 31-March -2014 Sattar won the title Voices After receiving the highest votes in the final episode and winning the title of 'Sweetest Voice',[15] Sattar Saad received a production and distribution contract from Universal Music Group,[16] as well as the new Chevrolet Camaro SS sports car, as well as his participation in the program 'On the Sea of ​​the Sea' along with the most prominent stars of the Arab world on MBC 1 [3].

In November 2016[17] he participated in the opera titled "The Emirates We Love" by the poet Maamoon Nattah and the song Nusrat Al Bader.[18][19] It was distributed by Muhannad Ghazi.

The director is Adnan Ahmed, with the participation of a group of Iraqi artists in recognition of their gratitude to the Iraqi[20][21][22] citizen in their country and standing with their country.[23][24][25][26][27][28][29][30][31][32]

Discography[change | change source]

Singles[change | change source]

  • 2011: "Hay Essanah"
  • 2011: "La Latsadeq"
  • 2012: "Theej Al Sanah"
  • 2013: "Etha Haseet Beya"
  • 2014: "Beddam3ah Ella Shawyah"
  • 2015: "Qabel Youmeen"
  • 2015: "Ma Mertah"
  • 2016: "Ma Yeswoon"
  • 2016: "Ma Be3et Denyay" (With Noor AlZeen)
  • 2016: "Yalla Weinah"
  • 2017: "Khayef Men Endy"

(Featuring Noor AlZeen)

  • 2017: "Ahebbak"
  • 2017: "La Teroh"
  • 2017: "Shakhbarak"
  • 2017: "Bestah Ani"
  • 2017: "Abe Ashoof" (Featuring Esraa Alaseel)
  • 2017: "Eddagah Maqsodah"
  • 2017: "Ghalay Enta"
  • 2018: "Ya Denya Hena"
  • 2018: "Men Tegheeb"
  • 2018: "Brohak Shareek"
  • 2018: "3esheq Moot"

References[change | change source]

  1. "ستار سعد يفوز بلقب 'أحلى صوت' وخيبة أمل لهالا ووهم". 31 March 2014.
  2. "الرئيسية -".
  4. "Staar Saad - Play for free on Anghami". Anghami.
  5. "ستار سعد - اغاني عراقية".
  6. "شبكة اوتار - الصوتيات و المرئيات - ستار سعد - اغاني عراقية". Archived from the original on 2018-08-29. Retrieved 2018-07-26.
  7. [ "���� ��� ���� ���� �the voice� �� ����� ������"]. Babnet Tunisie. replacement character in |title= at position 1 (help)
  9. "ستار سعد يرفع إسم بلده العراق". ElleArabia.
  10. الرقاد, غيث. "ستار سعد التحدي هو أن اثبت نفسي على الساحة الفنية". ليالينا.
  15. "ستار-سعد---شيماء-الشايب". External link in |website= (help)[permanent dead link]
  16. بيروت – «الحياة» (30 March 2014). "ستار سعد «أحلى صوت »... القصة من بغداد إلى «the Voice»". Hayat.
  17. "ستار سعد: سعادتي كبيرة بحفاوة واستقبال جمهوري العراقي". 8 April 2014.
  18. "ستار سعد: MBC تعرض مسلسلا يبث الكره ويثير الفتنة - فن وثقافة".
  19. "The voice: سر فوز ستار سعد وهجوم عنيف على هالا القصير". مجلة سيدتي. 31 March 2014.
  20. "ستار سعد: فشلت في الحصول على "آرب أيدول" فقررت ان اخطف لقب "The Voice"".
  21. "ستّار سعد Archives". روتانا.
  22. "المؤتمر الصحفي لمدربي "The voice" بعد فوز ستار سعد بلقب أحلى صوت - Iraq Press Agency العراق وكالة الصحافةIraq Press Agency العراق وكالة الصحافة".
  23. "ستار سعد.. نجم "ذا فويس" للموسم الثاني في ضيافة رووداو". Rudaw.
  24. "'ذا فويس'.. العراقي ستار سعد 'أحلى صوت' وكاظم الساهر أفضل مدرب". قناة الحرة.
  25. هي, مجلة (28 January 2015). "ستار سعد يطالب بفسخ عقده مع شركة "يونفرسال".. والسبب". مجلة هي.
  26. "ستار سعد في أميركا". An-Nahar. 3 January 2015. Archived from the original on 6 January 2016. Retrieved 26 July 2018.
  27. "ستار سعد: كاظم الساهر علمني كيف أقف على المسرح". الشرق الأوسط.
  28. "العراقي ستار سعد اصغر المواهب يلقب "the voice"".
  29. "ستار سعد: سأعيد تقديم أغنية «غزال» للفنان كاظم الساهر".
  30. "فوز العراقي ستار سعد في برنامج ذا فويس أحلى صوت - راديو المربد".
  31. "لقب ذا فويس في موسمه الثاني يعود للعراقي ستار سعد". مغرس.
  32. "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2016-05-20. Retrieved 2018-07-26.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)