Multi-instrumentalist Salem Al Fakir was created Oct 27, 1981, in metropolitan Stockholm. The youngest of four, he grew up by his Syrian dad and Swedish mom. Al Fakir analyzed in the renowned Södra Latin College, where he perfected both violin and piano. The musical prodigy was touring like a single violinist throughout Russia by age 12. As period marched on, Al Fakir switched that instrumental virtuosity toward pop-oriented devices, mainly keyboards, but also including drums, bass, acoustic guitar, and a number of even more obscure musical devices like xylophone. His childlike tone of voice and unapologetically poppy plans were first noticed on his strike solitary debut, “Desire Lady.” The tune was released by the end of 2006, priming viewers for the January 2007 discharge of his debut record, THAT IS Who I Am. Noted because of its severe musical style and an incredible array of designs (including rock, spirit, gospel, and traditional), the record remained in the nationwide Top Ten for many weeks, and squandered virtually no time in heading silver. Al Fakir remained close to house following record’s achievement, touring primarily around Sweden.