My name is Humood Alkhudher. I was born in Kuwait in 1989. I was blessed with an educated, wise, and friendly father and a lovely mother. My father is a professor in psychology. He received his PhD degree from Great Britain, which is where I spent most of my childhood. My mother is an educated, friendly, creative person. I always love being around her and listening to her touching advice. She always pushes me ahead to achieve my goals and is a great influence and support throughout my life.
I’ve always given great attention to beauty and Art. I feel that I’m addicted to anything beautiful in this world. That’s why when I look at my best interest; music comes first. I’ve always believed that every person in this world is powerful. Smart people are those who implement all their potentials in something beneficial.
I feel that Allah has blessed me with a beautiful voice and great talent. I have tried my best since I was ten-years-old to improve my skills and contribute something useful to this world. I was blessed with an uncle who was already a well-known artist. I followed him into the studios and watched every step he made. I watched the way he wrote the lyrics, set up the rhythm, assembled the vocals, and performed on stage. I learned from his experience, which resulted in the reduction of the steps to my success. Afterwards, I had several offers from other artists to join them in their albums. I did not miss any opportunity and gave my ultimate effort to sing my best. My first auditions were very successful -Alhamdulillah; and the positive reaction of the audience was and will always be the inspiration to improve, to contribute more and more songs.
“What’s your goal in entering this field?” A random question I’ve always been asked. Most people think that artists are only seeking recognition or fame, but why circulate this theory onto all artists! I would lie if I said that fame was never in my mind, but it was never a primary goal for me. I believe that the greater the fame that you earn in this life, the greater the responsibility that comes with it. I believe that it’s my duty to express and defend my religion, country, and society. I believe that Allah will ask me on the Day of Judgment how I used the tools he has provided me with; and I'm working hard to be able to provide an honorable answer for that day. That’s why I spread the words of peace, love, morality, and Islamic spirituality in all my songs and performances.