Kazim Al Saher is one of the most successful singers in the Arab world, with over 100 million albums sold since the start of his career.
Also a composer and a poet, in the past, he has been dubbed variously as the ‘Emperor of Arab Music’ and ‘Iraq’s Diplomatic Ambassador to the World’.
Al Saher’s range of music is varied. It extends from romantic ballads and political work to pop and classical Arabic music, making him one of the most versatile artists in the Arab region. By 1999, Al Saher was one of the biggest names in Arabic music and he won a UNICEF award for his song, ‘Tathakkar’, which he performed for the US Congress and the UN.