Le groupe Nhass est une jeune structure musicale formée en 2003 entre 4 jeunes artistes Marocains: Anass, Nabil, Omar et Soufiane.
Ces jeunes ont toujours été passionnés par la musique et le chant depuis leur tendre enfance. Anass et Omar amis d'enfance, ont toujours eu à l'esprit la création d'un groupe.
Ils basent leurs chansons sur l'harmonie des voix et la finesse des mélodies. Toutes les voix sont mélangées équitablement avec légèreté donne une seule et même voix.
Le groupe varie son style entre l'acoustique, l'a capella et la musique du monde.
Le groupe désire apporter un souffle nouveau à la chanson Marocaine et attache beaucoup d'importance au soin des paroles.
En 2007, il participent à l'émission libanaise ‘’X-Factor’’.
Leur thèmes favoris : les problèmes de la jeunesse dans la société, les histoires sentimentales.
Nhass is a young Moroccan quartet that was formed in 2003 in the streets of a small town called kenitra, founding members Anass Hachami and Omar Amezian had been singing together since their childhood years, but had troubles realizing their dream of forming a band because it was hard back in the day to find someone who has the same dreams, it will take them several years to finally find what they were looking for.
The first step toward achieving that was when a friend introduced Nabil Chlihi to them; he immediately charmed them with his voice and they knew that he would be the corner stone of their band, and after a period of having new members in and out the formation, things finally stabilized when they hooked up with Soufiane Lmhamdi that destiny brought him to the band even if he lives far away from the other guys. Nhass consists of 4 very talented members, Anass Hachami (noos, 24, rap and bass vocals), Omar Amezian (omario, 24, pop-rock and both lead and tenor vocals), Nabil chlihi (R-N, 25, soul and R&B, can do whatever role given to him in a harmony of a song) and Soufiane Lmhamdi (sef, 22, oriental and both lead and alto vocals); Since the band started, and in the tradition of all the great boy bands in the world, they put a lot of time into improving their acapella's performances; the four part harmony that these guys generate blend so smoothly that most of the general public would be hard-pressed to know who does what in the song, and that's no reflection on their skill as singers.