|Birth name Saman Eshagh Beigi|
Name Sami Beigi
Albums Dimbology, The Popfather
Years active 1999–present
Music group Black Cats
|Parents Shahram Beigi|
Also known as Sami Beigi
|Born November 23, 1982 (age 33)
Tehran, Iran (1982-11-23) |
Labels Ecstatic Music Arts EMA, Avang,Radio Javan
Nominations World Music Award for World’s Best Live Act
Similar People Behzad Leito, Erfan, Shadmehr Aghili, Mohsen Yeganeh, Amir Tataloo
Occupation(s) singer, and songwriter
Sami beigi hmg official video
Saman Eshagh Beigi known as Sami Beigi (Persian: سامان اسحاق بیگی) or Sami Beigi (Persian: سامی بیگی) or nickname King (born on November 23, 1982) is an Iranian singer and songwriter currently living in Sweden.
In an interview with "Zarebin" and "Voice of Farsi", he mentioned that he was raised in Sweden. Beigi attended musical school in which he learned to play many different instruments, began to write and to produce music. His main instrument is the guitar.
He is a former member of the persian Black Cats band and gained recognition with the song he wrote for Black Cats, entitled "Yeki Bood Yeki Nabood."
Two years later, he left the band and started his solo career as a singer and songwriter. He made many successful singles, among which "In Eshghe", "Ey Joonam", and "HMG", are some of the most popular ones. His latest single to this date, "Kaghaz va Ghalam", debuted on February 28 of 2014 and received more than 700,000 replays on RadioJavan website in only four days.
Beigi is featured in BBC Persian's Nowrouz 1393 special TV program. He performed three of his singles "Ey joonam", "HMG", and "Kaghaz & Ghalam", and in the interview he states that it took him about two to three years to finish writing "Kaghaz & Ghalam". In another interview with "Voice of Farsi", he states that although he has been writing songs and singing since the age of 15 years, he never thought he could launch a successful solo career.