The 24-year old, born in Beirut-Lebanon, moved with his family to Montreal-Canada, at age 10. When he turned 13, he relocated in Ottawa-Canada, his current residence.The trilingual artist is aspired and influenced by a lot of legendary artists such as Michael Jackson, Stevie Wonder, Aretha Franklin, and Syrian singer George Wassouf.
In 2002, Massari recorded and released his hit "Spitfire", which garnered heavy rotation on many Canadian radio stations. He had a strong comeback in 2005 with is self-titled album which was released on May 31st, 2005, through Maple Nation Wide/Universal.Massari worked closely with Da Heala of the Capital Prophet Records production team. The album, with it's upbeat club-style tracks, mid-tempo joints and smooth ballads, highlights Massari’s middle-eastern origins. "Because of my background,my music is heavily influenced by middle-eastern melodies", explains Massari.
Massari [ Latest Break-Out Hits ]
"Be Easy", the first track on the CD, is the song that grabbed the attention of worldwide music lovers. After releasing the middle eastern song, titled “Inta Hayati”, he managed to conquer the Middle East with its Arabic chorus. The song that helped him get on the top 20 chart was “Rush the Floor” with its catching tune, driving all listeners to moving their bellies. Massari has earned over two million fans in the middle east, and billions world-wide. Massari's beautiful songs even attracted Bad Boy Entertainment's solo artist, Loon. They both agreed to remix "Smile For Me", which was played on many radio stations worldwide. After his cooperation in making a great hit, Loon made sure Bad Boy Entertainment and Capital Prophet Records get Massari’s track played in every club.
Massari [ News ]
Lebanese R’n’B musician, Massari, has faded the light , and passed thru the top twenty. The artist has given R’n’B lovers new modern music, introducing them to a new meaning for love and peace. Some of his famous songs are: “Be Easy”, “Inta Hayati”, “Rush the Floor“, and many more. Massari will be performing in Germany in the near future.