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Saudi Radio Host Big Hass Launches New Show 'Catch a Vibe’

The radio show will spotlight the rich tapestry of talents that often goes unnoticed in the regional music scene.

Riham Issa

UAE-based Saudi Arabian hip-hop guru, executive record producer and radio host Hassane Dennaoui, aka Big Hass, just launched a new radio show called ‘Catch A Vibe’.

The show will focus on uprising artists who don’t have any original work out yet, seeking to foster a deeper connection between these artists and their audience through a series of intimate conversations that allow us to get to know them on a more personal level.

Set to be featured as Big Hass’s first guest is UAE-based Syrian singer-songwriter and producer Ghaliaa Chaker, who smoothly fuses RnB, pop and rock to form compelling multi-lingual music in English, Arabic and French.

Founder of Re-Volt blog & Re-Volt Magazine, Big Hass is the radio host of Saudi’s first and only FM hip-hop radio show ‘Laish Hip-Hop?’, as well as the drive time show ‘Yalla Home’, on Sharjah’s first-ever English radio station Pulse 95 FM. Last year,he also hosted Egyptian superstar rapper Wegz on his YouTube show ‘Buckle Up With Big Hass’.

As a passionate advocate for emerging artists and rappers in the MENA region, Hassane has been consistently using his platform to spotlight the rich tapestry of talents that often goes unnoticed in the regional music scene. On his YouTube channel, Hassane’s series of Cypher programs brings artists of the same nationality together, highlighting the best of what each country has to offer. His most recent Jordanian Cypher featured a slew of prodigious artists including The Synaptik, Emsallam, El Far3i and more.

With the launch of his latest radio show ‘Catch A Vibe’, Dennaoui has made it his duty to provide a safe space for these hidden musical talents –where they can share the personal and creative stories, challenges and inspirations that drive their craft.

‘Catch A Vibe’ will air on Sharjah’s Pulse 95 radio station twice weekly, on Saturdays and Sundays at 9 PM.