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Wael Jassar (Arabic: وائل جسار) has been called the Miracle Child ever since he was a youngster. When he was only 8 years old, he appeared on TV and sang Yallee Ta'ebney Seneen Feh Hawak. The young singer was able to capture everyone's attention with his soft and soothing voice. But this was only the beginning; from then on more and more fame kept coming Wael's way. Now, that the young star knew exactly what he wanted and how to achieve it, he was off to establish himself as a talented singer. Jassar then started working with famous figures from the music industry. The famous stars included people like Jamil Nahas and Jamil Ayoub. Soon after that, he released his first album "Kelmet Wada'a Beta'zebne". Wael then collaborated with Nicholas Nakhla and the songwriter Mohamed Mady. His single Ya Tayer followed soon after. The single was a huge success and made it to the top of the charts regionally. This collaboration continued as a result of the success achieved by the song. His second album "El-Dounia Alemetny" was next to come and it dazzled the singer's fans. Jassar's third album Allah Yekhalehoum was no different from the previous albums when it came to success and popularity. "A'al Jamar" came later on to further the singer's already growing popularity and prove his talent. Wael Jassar then released his album "Mesheet Khalas". The album consists of nine amazing songs. The songs were the fruit of the singer's collaboration with big names in the music industry. In the new album, Jassar cooperated with songwriters Hani Abdel Karim, Moustafa Moursi, Nicholas Hayek and others. As for the composers, the singer worked with Waleed Saed, Naser El Assa..ed, Tarik Abou Jawadeh and many more. All arrangements in Jassar's latest album were done by Medhat Khamis, Rougair Khoury, Jad Mehana and others. Wael's latest Album is called "Saeat Ba2ol" is characterized by its combining the mesmerizing voice of Wael with an eclectic mix of rhythms and lyrics. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.