Adil El Miloudi is a Moroccan singer who specializes in the style "Gharbaouiya" which is a compilation of percussion from a region located west of Morocco.
Production Tarab presented by one of his friends, the record company decided to represent this artist who has forged a personal style by engaging in several types well known in Morocco: Rai, Atlas Moroccan Chaabi Moroccan folk song or .
The influence of style "Rharbaouiya" the music of Adil El Miloudi and is arguably unlike any other. His titles as "Amalek has Zine" in 1999, "Khater Zinek" in 2000 or "Rani Mghamra" in 2001 and "Jenentinie" in 2003 perfectly illustrate the uniqueness of the sound of Adil El Miloudi. In 2006, he knows the consecration through its collaboration with Mohammed Lamine and French rapper Rohff for the title "Mon Bled" flowing to 250,000 copies, and thus receives its first gold record the music label Sony Music.
Always true to his style that made him the artist he is today, Adil El Miloudi has released a new album in 2010 and he continues his journey to France by completing the rooms full of Moroccan music fans.