Mohsen Chavoshi


Mohsen Chavoshi Hosseini(born 30 July 1979) is an Iranian musician, singer, record producer and songwriter. He lives in Tehran.

He has released nine albums including a soundtrack to 2007 film Santouri.

Early life

His parents are from Kurdistan, Iran. His family migrated to Mashhad. He finished his education in Mashhad.


Chavoshi began his music career after he finished school and military service.His 2008 album Ye Shakhe Niloufar (a lotus sprout) received permission to be released legally. The CD later became the biggest legally sold CD within Iran by selling over one million legal non-bootleg copies.In Yek Shakheh Niloofar, alongside his new producer, Mohammad Reza Ahari, Chavoshi experimented with a new style that was more towards the rock music genre while including traditional Persian instruments.In 2010, Chavoshi made his new album Jakat (Jacket), which had many more up-tone, passionate melodies and lyrics.The album started with an upbeat melody in the style of “Bandari” with southern Iranian dialect which caused a small shock to his listeners.

Chavoshi produced the majority of the songs on the album while the professional producer Shahab Akbari produced two and Ahari produced three.

He released Greedy (his seventh album) in 2011. In 2012 Parcham-e Sefid (White Flag) was released by TDH Company as the fourth album of his career under the law. Also in 2012, Again Del Seda, the fourth Mohsen Chavoshi’s group album, was released by Besharat Company which contained one track of Mohsen, and it came a hit track. He released Man Khod an Sizdaham (I Myself Am The Thirteen) in 2013. Chavoshi released Paroye Bi Ghayegh (Boatless Oar) in October 2014 and broke album sales records in Iran at 1393


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