Homeh Lazar was born in the central suburbs of Dora in Baghdad, Iraq on the 9th of December 1983. He lived his childhood amongst musicians and artistic figures whom influenced his inner desire to proceed his singing passion. Homeh Lazar is now widely known across the Assyrian community in the Arabic countries and parts of Europe and America.
Homeh moved to Wellington, New Zealand in 2000 with his parents and siblings. He discovered his natural singing talent at the age of 18 when he then realised that it was his one and only dream for a career. He worked with well known Assyrian writers such as Amir Yonan, Yousip Menashe, Shamoon Barkho, Shamoon Keena, Waseem Yousip, Ashourina Yousip and Zaya Georgis. Whom all contributed to his musical growth.
At the year 2004 Homeh Lazar released his first album titled “Yakhsira Kam Shoqatli” in New Zealand. After the huge success of his first album he then preceded to make his second album titled “Khamra D’ Sepatakh” in the year 2005. Due to another great success and the huge demand from his fans he then released his third album titled “Ayela D’ Bayiena”, which was completed in 2007.
Working on his third album Homeh uncovered yet another hidden talent in lyrics composition when he successfully composed his own lyrics and music for the four songs that debuted on his third album. “Khora Yan Khoba” was one of his composed songs that made an immediate hit.
In early 2008, Homeh Lazar decided to move to Melbourne, Australia to start a new life and get further exposure to the music world as it provides accessible routes for communication within the industry. Since his arrival to Melbourne his career has blossomed extremely, his fan base extended vastly, and his continued achievement is not stopping any time soon.