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Cheb Hasni (Arabic : الشاب حسني) born Hasni Chakroun (1 February 1968 – 29 September 1994) was a performer of Algerian raï music. He was popular across North Africa, having reached the height of his career in the late 1980s and early 1990s. He was the son of a welder and grew up in a working-class family where he was one of seven children. Hasni is most well known for his love songs, but he also dealt with taboo subjects such as divorce and alcohol. He was murdered in 1994. Hasni's controversial lyrical content (particularly those on the 1987 hit song “El Berraka”, which contained lyrics about drunken sexual intercourse) had drawn the ire of Salafist fundamentalists in North Africa and it is believed he was murdered as a result.
Born in Oran, Algeria, Cheb Hasni was interested in performing from an early age. In an interview published in the French newspaper Libération in 1992, Hasni recounted