Born in Beirut in 1986, Dany Baladi is a singer. During the Lebanese war his family lived between Syria and Lebanon and finally settled in Beirut.

As a child he used to sing along with his uncle at home and soon realized he had great potential with his voice. In 2001 he joined heavy metal bands and became renown on the local rock scene for his impressive and powerful voice.

In 2007 he switched back to Arabic music when he met with local producer Zeid Hamdan. They produced and performed together for almost a year and was then noticed by an Arabic pop producer that signed with him in 2009.

He released "Zalem" an Arabic pop track in 2010 and ended his collaboration with this producer in 2011. He is now collaborating again with Zeid Hamdan and they should release an album by summer 2012.

Dany Baladi is mostly inspired by Arabic classical music. He sings Wadih el Safi, Asmahan, Nazem el Ghazali, and other great classics. Along with Zeid, they produce a mix of electronica, reggae, and Arabic new pop music.

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