Jennifer Grout an American Muslim singer of Arabic and Amazigh (Tashelhit) music who was born in May 21, 1990 in Boston, United States. She is a publicly Muslim singer who is known in the Arab world for singing in Arabic and for her sensational Quran recitations, began her post by acknowledging the controversy that her writing might cause. Her recitation of Ayat al Kursi (The Throne Verse) – the 255th verse of the second surah of the Quran, Al Baqarrah – has garnered hundreds of thousands of views on social media platforms such as Facebook and Instagram. Jennifer Grout reverted to Islam in 2013, after she met her Moroccan husband.
Birth name : Jennifer Grout
Date of Birth : May 21, 1990
Age : 30 (as 2020)
Birthplace : Boston, United States
Nationality : American
Religion : Muslim
Occupation : Singer
Genres : Classical Arab Arabic Amazigh
Instruments : Vocals Oud
Years active : Early 2010 –2013 she took break to music
Family members & Education –
Grout was born in a Muslim family situated in Boston, USA. She is the daughter of a pianist and a violinist and began studying music at 5. She went to the Longy School of Music of Bard College then at the McGill University in Canada. She was married to a Moroccan man with whom she has a daughter.
Father’s name : Not Known
Mother’s name : Not Known
Grout started her music career at a very young age. She started her music study from the age of 5. she started listening to the Coran in 2010. She has also appeared in video footage flawlessly reciting the Quran. She is the fan of Morocco’s diversity and music. She has sung many Andalusi, Amazigh, and Arabic renowned songs. The singer said she is honored to have been blessed with a “nice voice” and the ability to recite Quran. However, Grout stressed that the recitations do not define her and that she has other interests that she would like to share with her followers. She complimented herself with a line,
“I am a Muslim Even Without the Hijab”.