Ayed Youssef

Ayed, born on May 11, 1995, has swiftly risen to prominence in the Arabic music scene. His breakthrough came in 2015 with the Instagram release of his song "Naseetni," which was later re-released in 2016, garnering 14 million views on YouTube. Ayed's debut album, "Ayed 2016," featured chart-topping hits like "Faman Allah." His subsequent singles, such as "Saqi Al Atash," which has 21 million views, and "Qaleel Al Shouf," further cemented his reputation.

Originating from Riyadh, Ayed's early anonymous performances on Instagram caught widespread attention, leading to notable collaborations. In 2024, he received the Entertainment Makers Award for Favorite Artist in the Music Category. Married to actress Heba Al Hussein, Ayed's credits include roles in popular TV series and judging the talent show "Beat Me If You Can." Ayed's innovative music, a testament to his unwavering perseverance, continues to captivate audiences, making him a standout star in the Arab world.