A native of Athens, Georgia (USA), Ayman began composing at five years of age and soon found his passion for it. In 2009, the young musician was discovered by internationally famous artists and thus began a five-year-long World Fusion project between the U.S. and Tunisia, the country of his parents' heritage. In 2013 he released his debut instrumental album “Embers of Time” which garnered wide acclaim. Athens-based arts critic André Gallant hailed the record "a triumph of world fusion” and comments: "Ayman gives his North African heritage respect on the album, and it’s at times epic like a saga of Middle Earth played out north of the Sahara.” Gallant adds: “Ayman is a young composer possessing gifts of infinite potentialities that will surely draw him beyond our borders again soon.” Visit the Discography to learn more.
Nearly 3 years after releasing Embers, Ayman announced he'd be starting anew as a singer-songwriter and soon released his debut single "Friend of Mine" which was featured in the 2015 American Music Awards guide and marked a new direction for the 21-year-old artist.
"I'm at a time in my life where I can't stay still. Every day I explore and discover and I develop as a person; and I would be remiss to keep my music from doing the same. My choice to start singing is part of an ongoing promise I have to my listeners that I will be true to my art and keep my music honest. I still love writing instrumental music—and if you have a film that needs a score, let's talk—but just as I may don a tuxedo and play jazz one day then put on my cowboy hat and sing Country in Texas the next, I want the soul of my music to always live and change. Life is an adventure and I hope that the soundtrack I write for mine will help guide you through your own adventures too."
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