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Lobo Ismail

Lobo Ismail
لوبو إسماعيل
Birth name Ismail Salah Ismail Lobo
Born (1974-08-11) August 11, 1974 (age 39)
Origin Zarqa, Jordan
Genres Arab dance music, hip hop, Slovak music
Years active 2005–present

Ismail Salah Ismail Loub (in Arabic إسماعيل صلاح إسماعيل لوب), better known by his stage name Lobo Ismail (in Arabic لوبو إسماعيل) or just Lobo (Arabic لوبو ) (born in Zarqa, Jordan on 11 August 1974), is a Jordanian singer in the Arab World and in Slovakia and the Czech Republic thanks to his hits in the Slovak language and collaborations with various Slovak artists. He has released two albums, and many singles and had a pan-European dance hit with "One More Night (Salam Aleikom)".


Lobo is one of 10 siblings in a Jordanian family from Zarqa of Circassians origin. He had inclination to music, dance and languages from early on. He had a big hit in Slovakia with "Ty Si Moja Láska" (meaning You are my love in Slovak), with great airplay on Markíza Slovak television.

Lobo's biggest ever hit remains his 2008 hit "One More Night (Salam Aleikom)", a bilingual song in Arabic and Slovak, a big hit also in the Arab World and throughout Europe. It was released on Andorfine Records, a German commercial dance label. The song is included in many dance compilation albums. In 2007, it appeared on Dance Now 2008.1 (2007). A dance mix radio edit version was included in the compilation disc German DJ Charts 2008) (GDC2008). A dance mix of same appears in Dance Bang Vol 1 (2008) and a longer version in Future Dance Hits (2008)[1]



  • Ty Si Moja Láska
  • Lobo

Singles / Videos

  • "Bain el Asr wal Maghreb"
  • "Everybody"
  • "Aïcha"
  • "One More Night (Salam Aleikom)"
    • "Salam Aleikom" (feat Emily)
  • "Ty Si Moja Láska"
  • "Len S Tebou Sa Dá" (a duo collaboration with Peter Kotuľa)
  • "Suzanna"
  • "Meniny"


External links

  • Lobo Ismail Official website
  • Lobo Ismail MySpace site
  • YouTube page
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