There’s a young pop stud in Lebanon and he is Fady Harb, he is a lawyer by training, then went to the National Conservatory of Music, where he took concentrated courses in playing the Oud instrument.
He likes to do romantic songs, or perhaps people like to hear him sing romance to them.
Fady’s debut was in 2002 in the popular music competition TV show “Studio El Fann” where he brought home the Silver Medal for the category of the Arabic Folklore Song. In 2005, he launched his first single “Homma Youmein” written by the Egyptian poet “Ameer Taeema” with tunes inspired by the Greek music. He was so far released ten singles and its seems this is his strategy.
After the unwavering success of “Homma Youmein”, Fady released a re-mix of the popular folklore song “Mariam Mariamty” arranged by “Jean Mary Riyashy”. However, in 2010, Fady released his first Album; a collection of songs with a variety of music, rhythms and a mix of Egyptian and Lebanese lyrics working with top poets and composers in the Arab world. The album was titled: “Mish Bass Bhibbik” a song from the album for which he released a successful music video Directed by “Elie el Semaan”. This song was written by “Nizzar Francis”, composed by “Samir Sfeir” and mixed by “Kareem Abd el Wahhab”.
Fady’s latest song is “3a2el Baytouti”, this new song was released in August 2013 and quickly rose to the top of the charts. With the new song, Fady had made a smooth transformation to a classic dance style which is already gaining momentum in the region. “3ael Baitouti” was written by the poet “Fares Eskandar” composed by “Salim Salameh” mixed by “Fadi gigi”
As for hs gigs, he is a frequent at those upscale Beirut bars.
فادي حرب يعترف: أنا عاقل ولكني لست بيتوتي
Fady Harb singing at Skybar part 1 / فادي حرب يغني في سكاي بار الجزء 1