Bisher is an independent Jordanian singer-songwriter, with lifelong experience across the
regional Arab music industry. As an acoustic-guitar solo act, Bisher became known for his
sentimental tunes and lyrics in the last few years. His stage presence is marked by an ambient,
lyrical listening experience that takes his growing audiences through an honest range of
emotions, tapping through the highs and lows of love and life that unite us all. Bisher’s
distinctive voice delivers heartfelt music in a commanding Arabic accent, with strong Bedouin
undertones that appeal to Arab music lovers at large. Bisher is known for his hit song “Rjena
iltagena” (We meet again) that went viral on social media and music streaming platforms
reaching over 8 million views on YouTube. Amongst his latest songs are “Oyoun Al Maha” (Al
Maha’s Eyes) release in November 2020 and “Hamra” (Brunette) released in April 2021.
In 2018 Bisher composed and released the album “Black Lilies” with 9 tracks; some of which he
wrote the lyrics for in both classical and informal Arabic dialect, and some of which borrowed
lyrics from iconic poets Mahmoud Darwish and Salah Abdul Sabour. Smooth sounds of candid
romance and edgy feelings pour throughout the album, enriched by various collaborations with
various gifted artists.
In his early music career days he joined "Rum Group” – led by the renowned composer Tareq Al
Nasser, where he performed as guitarist and vocalist for 10 years, performing over 40 shows in
more than 15 countries around the world. From there onwards, Bisher’s multi-layered career in
music pioneered a few firsts in the region. He is the founder of izif.com (established in 2012) –
the first Online Music School out of the Arab World, that transformed access to educational
music content in Arabic and English. In 2018, Bisher founded “Music House” – the first music
teaching establishment in Saudi Arabia.