Réda Haddioui: it was my family who instilled in me the love of music

In a new episode of Nayda in Hollywood, Simo Benbachir welcomed the Moroccan musician Réda Haddioui, one of the producers of the music for the famous film Spider-man.

Referring to his love of music and his beginnings in this field, Réda Haddioui told Simo: “The love of music was passed on to me by my family. My older sister played the piano and practiced ballet, while my younger sister sang. I started singing and playing guitar at the age of 10. I used to sing the songs I liked and eventually I started putting covers on the Internet. And when I witnessed a lot of support from people with these songs, I started taking the music more seriously. So I started singing at events in Morocco and France, and my songs started to be broadcast on the radio.

When Réda Haddioui obtained his baccalaureate, he went to Paris to study architecture, but this discipline did not interest him, as he told Simo. So he decided to study music. The scholarship he received allowed him to pursue studies of his choice in the United States.

Réda Haddioui became known for his cover of one of the songs by the great artist Phil Collins, in which he exploited the Moroccan and oriental touch, while enriching it with the rhythms of the Oud. But despite his strong musical performances and beautiful voice, Réda Haddioui loves music production. “personally, I don’t like fame or being the main focus on the stage. I prefer music production. The quality of the work is what matters most to me. I can sing and produce for myself, if I feel like I’m going to be creative. But if I feel that another singer could do it better than me, I entrust him with the work, because the most important thing for me is the quality of the work. “he told Simo.

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