It all started when Yaseen decided to build a “camp record studio” in an old space, and considered it his headquarters for learning and teaching sound, recording, beat-making, and mixing along with interested residents of the refugee camp. Yaseen started rapping in 2001, committed to delivering a message above delivering a flow. He founded I-Voice in 2001 with TNT, two Palestinian rappers living as refugees in Burj Al Barajneh Camp in Lebanon, which resides only 91 Km north of their unreachable homeland. Together they told their story to increasing crowds through Lebanon, Egypt, Belgium, Spain, Italy, Norway and USA.
Beginning of 2010, Yaseen got accepted in Toronto as a Sound Production and Music Theory student, and is experimenting with his musical and literary expression and productions.