German singer-songwriter Andreas Bourani, who was born on November 2, 1983, is renowned for his soulful voice and number-one hits. His journey through life is an amazing story of adoption, tenacity, and musical success.
Andreas Bourani made a significant move from Munich to Berlin in 2008, paving the way for his burgeoning musical career. His musical talent and commitment were soon recognized, which opened up a number of important opportunities.
Bourani was awarded a recording contract with Universal Music in 2010 as a result of his hard work and talent. His career as a musician got started at that point. On their 2010 arena tours, he had the opportunity to perform as the opening act for well-known performers like Philipp Poisel and Culcha Candela.
“Staub & Fantasie,” Andreas Bourani’s debut album, was released in June 2011. The German Albums Chart placed this musical effort at number 23, making it stand out. “Nur in meinem Kopf,” a popular single from the album, peaked in the charts and reached the top 20 in Austria, Germany, and Switzerland. With more than 150,000 copies sold, the German single earned gold certification, demonstrating his rising popularity.
Bourani’s abilities led to additional noteworthy accomplishments. He entered Bavaria in the Bundesvision Song Contest in September 2011 with his second single, “Eisberg.” Despite coming in tenth place, the competition helped him establish himself as a major player in the music industry.
Andreas Bourani’s talent as a singer-songwriter was highlighted by his nomination for the German Music Authors’ Prize in the Best Pop Text category in April 2013.
The release of “Hey,” his second studio album, took place in May 2014. This album gave rise to the legendary single “Auf uns,” which not only peaked at number one on the singles charts in Germany and Austria but also came to symbolize the success of the German National Football Team at the 2014 FIFA World Cup. The song was played in the trailer for the documentary “Die Mannschaft,” which celebrated the historic victory.
The talent and charisma of Andreas Bourani also made it onto television screens. He participated in the second season of the German version of “The Best Singers,” “Sing meinen Song – Das Tauschkonzert,” in May 2015 along with other well-known performers like Xavier Naidoo and Yvonne Catterfeld. In addition, it was revealed that Bourani would take Samu Haber’s place as a judge for “The Voice of Germany’s” fifth season. Samu Haber is the lead singer of Sunrise Avenue.
In addition to his top-charting singles and television appearances, Bourani provided the voice of Maui in the German version of Disney’s animated film “Moana.”
Who are Andreas Bourani Parents?
Bourani was born in Augsburg, Germany, to Egyptian parents and was adopted as a baby by a German family. Augsburg is in the southwest of the German state of Bavaria. He grew up going to St. Stephan for high school and developing his musical skills at the private Downtown Music Institute.