After several years of absence, the famous Emirati singer Hussain Al Jassmi is preparing to reunite with his Moroccan audience after the holy month of Ramadan. The artist will therefore be back on the Tetouan stage with a major new concert.
According to a well-informed source, the singer Hussain Al Jassmi will soon perform on the Moroccan scene, precisely in the northern region, within the framework of the activities of the second edition of the “Aji Tchouf Tetouan” initiative, which was created in 2021 and was able to bring together more than thirty Moroccan artists.
The same source indicated that the initiative aims to promote the culture and heritage of the city of Tetouan, encourage traditional industry and support domestic tourism. She specifies that the officials concerned have chosen to make it a festival with an annual date bringing together the most beautiful lineup of Moroccan and Arab stars. Among these is the Emirati artist, Hussain Al Jasmi, who has confirmed his presence for this year’s edition.
The last time the singer with the singular voice performed in front of a huge crowd of Moroccan lovers of oriental music was on the Nahda stage in Rabat, in 2019, as part of the closing night of the Mawazine Rhythm of the World Festival. in its 18th edition, just before the coronavirus pandemic.
The star had also surprised his audience with Moroccan songs such as “Al horm ya rassoul lah”, “Tzouwej ma galha lia” and “I’m fed up”, in addition to his several most famous hits.
It should be noted that the Emirati singer recently chose Morocco and its Atlas Mountains as a destination to spend his holidays and decided to share his admiration for the beauty of the Moroccan landscape and the beautiful moments of his stay through photos shared with his fans on his social networks.
Remember, this is not the first time that the Emirati singer has expressed his admiration for the Kingdom. Al Jassmi has highlighted, on several occasions, the place occupied by Morocco in his heart and his career as well as his admiration for the Moroccan public and his refined musical taste.
Artists have also become the weapon for promoting tourist destinations. Their notoriety will indeed make it possible to achieve more attractiveness of the Morocco destination, ie a faster revival of the tourism sector.