Ethno, techno, classical and contemporary music are combined in to the visionary audio of Algeria-born vocalist and composer Hamid Baroudi. The previous frontman of avant garde German music group, Die Dissidenten, Baroudi offers continuing to explore the external gets to of music like a soloist. His debut single album, “Town No Mad”, was focused on “everyone who desire to live in a global without the racism, fanaticism, assault, wars which and edges” and topped the Western music graphs in August 1994. 2 yrs later, the recording was totally remixed and re-released as “Mad C. T. Blend”. Baroudi’s second single album, “Open fire”, which presented tunes sung in Arabic, British, French, Spanish as well as the Western African vocabulary, Wolof, also reached the very best five around the Western world music graphs. Baroudi, whose first musical roots had been within the noises that he noticed as a young child in Algeria, performed his debut concert at age thirteen. After a protracted stay static in France, Baroudi relocated to Kassel, Germany where he analyzed artwork and helped to create Die Dissidenten. Alongside the group, Baroudi documented four albums and toured across the world. Since starting his single career, Baroudi offers headlined three Womad trips.