Hesen Sherif was born in 1969 in South Kurdistan, in the village of Kste, in the province of Duhok. He studied primary school in the village and city of Duhok but unfortunately could not continue for some specific reason.
Hesen Sherif has been a fan of Kurdish songs since childhood. He started playing beats at the age of eleven and has helped many Kurdish artists throughout the years to choose his artistic path at the age of sixteen. Hesen Sherif released his first production in 1985 called “My Taste” and in 1986 a program called “Baran Bari”.
In 1987, due to his patriotic and intellectual songs, he was forced to leave Dohok and return to the Kurdistan Mountains where he had become a heroic peshmerga. As a result of the attacks, Anfal, who was executed by the Iraqi government in 1988 against innocent Kurds, became as vulnerable as any Kurd and fled to his home country, Diyarbakır, and remained in Diyarbakır until the end of 1991.
His cassette called “Halepçe-Hiroshima Kurdistan” was cited in the refugee camp in Diyarbakır, which was cited by the gendarme and under very difficult conditions that the product was widely popular among Kurds. After the sacred uprising in 1991 in South Kurdistan, he continued to live as a refugee Kurd.
She has participated in many national celebrations, celebrations and festivals since the beginning of freedom. In 1993 he released his own cassette called “The Lion of the Mountain” and in 1994 his own cassette entitled “My Long Sleeve Night”. Hesen Sherif left the country in 1995 and moved to Sweden.