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Spotify turns up the volume on Hussain Aljassmi ahead of his birthday!

Gen-Zs & Millenials in Egypt listen to the most Aljassmi music nation-wide, and Bel Bont El Areedh is the most streamed song

Spotify turns up the volume on Hussain Aljassmi ahead of his birthday!


It’s Hussain Aljassmi’s Week! As we get closer to the birthday of one of the region’s best-selling artists and a voice millions connect with, Spotify has decided to look at how fans are streaming Aljassmi’s music in Egypt ahead of August 25th.

Cairo residents can not seem to get enough of Hussain Aljassmi’s music becoming the top governorate for Aljassmi streaming followed by Alexandria and Giza.

Millennials and Gen-Zs across Egypt have been drawn to Aljassmi’s never-out-of-style releases, with Bel Bont El Areedh, Ser Alsada, Sunnet El Hayah, Hetta Men Alby, and Ahebak ranking as the top five most streamed songs.

The love for Hussain Aljassmi in Egypt is phenomenal, ranking second globally on top countries’ streams. Based on Spotify’s data, the legendary singer has loyal fans all over the world, with the USA, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Germany, and Canada constituting his top 5 markets outside of his native country.

Data also shows that Aljassmi fans in Egypt listen more often to him during the fall season followed by the summer season.

See what other statistics Spotify uncovered in their all-things-Aljassmi infographic as the countdown to his birthday begins.

Spotify turns up the volume on Hussain Aljassmi ahead of his birthday!

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