RedOne

RedOne

Nadir Khayat, known by the artistic name RedOne, is a Moroccan music producer and songwriter, born on April 9, 1972 in Tetouan, Morocco.

Biography and life story of celebrity in English.

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Name: RedOne
Name in Arabic: ريدوان
Full real name: Nadir Khayat
Country of nationality: Morocco
Language: Arabic, English
Religion: Islam
Place of birth: Tetouan, Morocco
Date of birth: April 9, 1972
Age: 45 years (in 2017)
Astrological sign: Aries
Profession: music producer, songwriter
Genre: universal songs

Biography, Life Story

Nadir Khayat was born on April 9, 1972 in Tetouan, Morocco. He began producing pop music in Europe, with the beginning of the 21st century. After several attempts he managed to produce successful music, the songs “I Wish” and”Little Mama” were very popular in Canada, recorded by R & B singer Carl Henry. He also received the Swedish Grammy Award (Grammis) and the title of best Scandinavian song of the year, for the song “Step Up”, and at that time he worked with fellow musician Bilal Haji.

In 2006, he returned to the limelight again with the song “Bamboo” which became the “official tune” of the 2006 FIFA World Cup. He also remixed Shakira’s “Hips Don’t Lie” with Wyclef Jean. Shakira performed a remix of this song at the closing ceremony of the 2006 FIFA World Cup in Berlin with the presence of Wyclef Jean. The show was watched by nearly 1.2 billion television viewers.

After that success, he moved to the United States and specifically to New York, and began working with Epic Records, where he contributed to the album of singer Cat delona. In 2007, he worked with many celebrities, such as Aykon, Brandy, Enrique Iglesias, Lionel Richie, Robin and flipside.

In 2008, he produced several songs of popular singer Lady Gaga is the “Just Dance” and”Poker Face”. Both songs received top positions in song ratings in several countries. He also produced 7 songs on the new kids on the block album “The Block”. This album took second place in the Billboard album rankings. In the same year he received the Grammy Award for Best Production of dance music, for the song “Just Dance”. In addition to being a music producer, he also wrote several songs for Christina Milian and Tiffany Evans, and political Lotto, and Sean Kingston.

In 2009, he continued his music production, working alongside Alexandra Burke, the Sugababes, the Backstreet Boys, Casey and Lil Jon. He also produced several successful songs for Lady Gaga.

In 2017, he released the song “Boom Boom” which he filmed in several Moroccan cities.