The Moroccan pop singer, Douzi, was born in Oujda April
30th, 1985. From the age of three years old, he was
interested in music and had his family’s full support.
After two years, he started to sing publicly and performed his first song on a TV program in Rabat. This song was composed by his brother and Manager, Kader Douzi, a former “RAI” singer, composer and songwriter and a key figure in Douzi’s musical career.
The title of the song was “La Lil Harb,” meaning “No To War,” and it became an instant success.
Douzi took part in “The Youth Festival,” organized by a radio station in Oujda, Morocco. He was the youngest singer to ever win the competition, becoming the child prodigy of RAI.
Douzi recorded his first album “Goulou Imumti Tjini” (Tell Mommy to come back to me). The song touched so many hearts, especially those of mothers, and as a result sold more than 700,000 copies in Morocco.
He released his first Video Clip titled “Rwahi Liya”, (Come To Me).
Number 1 for eight weeks in the French radio charts with his single titled “Yali Nassini” (You Who Forgot Me) - Participated in the "Bollywood Weekend Concert", an Indian event in 2004.
Recorded for the compilation “Rai n' B Fever 2” - Gold Disc and Platinum Disc (COLUMBIA-SONY-BMG).
Participated in “Operation 0110” for the fight against racism and in favor of integration.
Creation of the label “Linatop Production” by Douzi and his Manager which allows the artist to have complete control of his work and its distribution.
Release of his first album under the Linatop label with a large worldwide promotional tour.
Release of the single “Ana Maghrabi” (“I’m Moroccan”) with a music video that was successful on TV as well as on Youtube.
Release of the single “Laayoun Ainiya” with a music video that was very successful on Youtube.
Release of the album, “My Life” (Hayati), under the same label (Linatop Production).
Release of his Greatest Hits album.
Douzi released a remake of “Mazal Mazal” (“Not Yet, Not Yet”) to pay tribute to Cheb Akil and his daughters; the music video’s benefits were given to the family.
Douzi released a single and music video titled ‘‘Ramadan’’ in celebration and reverence for the month.
“Lmouja” (“The wave”), a single produced in one of the biggest European recording studios, was released. The music video was filmed in Istanbul and was directed by Kemal Basbug. The song was well received due to its romantic lyrics and unique style.
Douzi released a new clip titled “Awal Hob” (“First Love”)for which the music video featured and showed support for the deaf community.
DOUZI won Celebrity MasterChef Morocco 2017
Douzi was the singer for the Arabic version of the Indian song “Radio” from the movie “Tubelight.”
The music video “Mina” is his latest production directed by Emir Khalilzadeh.
DOUZI won Best Moroccan Act at the daf BAMA Music Awards in Hamburg, Germany.
Just several days later, Douzi won Best Moroccan Pop Artist at the Morocco Music Awards Ceremony.
He participated in the Moroccan Version of the worldwide Musical program "Coke Studio" produced by Coca-Cola. The duet with Douzi and Latifa Rafat received the highest number of views on social media.
Because he has exceptional presence when it comes to his audience, Huawei, the telecoms giant, has chosen him as a brand ambassador.
Douzi produced a song called "Mabrouk Rebha" (“Congrats for the Win”) to congratulate the Moroccan national football team for making it to the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia.
As a result of his success, Coca-Cola picked him and international superstar Jason Derulo to sing the official anthem for the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia. The recording session was in Los Angeles at Jason Derulo’s residence, and the music video was shot in Lebanon.
Douzi signed a contract with the largest production Company in the Arab world, Mazzika. This step in his career is considered as a colossal change in terms of his exposure to the Arab market.
|Festival des cerises||07/07/2017||Safro, Morocco||Place Massay Sefrou||19H00|
|--||08/07/2017||Oujda, Morocco||La perle d'Oujda en plein air||20H00|
|Shopping festival||09/07/2017||Casablanca, Morocco||Morocco Mall||21H00|
|Festival de la Culture Amazigh.||16/08/2017||Fes, Morocco||Palais des Bab El Makina||21H00|