Press Release-Humood AlKhudher-January
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Awakening Signs Gulf Artist Humood AlKhudher
1st January 2015
Awakening is pleased to announce that the talented Kuwaiti artist Humood AlKhudher has signed an
exclusive record deal with its music subsidiary Awakening Records. Humood will be joining Maher Zain,
Hamza Namira, Mesut Kurtis, Raef and Harris J as part of Awakening's outstanding team of artists.
Humood AlKhudher was born in Kuwait in 1989 and spent some of his early childhood years in England
before retuning to settle in Kuwait. His interest and passion for art and music was evident from a young
age. Humood has released many singles and music videos over the past decade and is now finalising his
debut album to be released by Awakening Records. Humood also has a very visible social media
presence with his Facebook page having nearly 1 million likes.
"I'm excited and honoured to join Awakening. It has always been my aspiration to work with a company
which puts values at the core of its work. I hope to be producing music which will inspire my audience to
build a better world for all" said Humood.
Awakening Records is a pioneering London based record label producing faith-inspired and value driven
music for worldwide audiences. Commenting on this latest signing, Sharif Banna, CEO of Awakening
said: "The addition of the Humood to the Awakening family of artists will add great value to our work and
is indicative of Awakening's global vision with regional focus. Humood is a talented artist who represents
a new trend in value-driven music. We are delighted to sign him and look forward to working with him for
many years to come."
Awakening will be releasing Humood' AlKhudher's debut album "Aseer Ahsan" in January 2015. The
album will be available on Awakening's online store, iTunes and music outlets across the Gulf and
For interview requests with Humood AlKhudher please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
From left Mr Sharif Banna, CEO of Awakening and the Kuwaiti Artist Humood AlKhudher (right)