Mousa Moustafa grew up in a Syrian house with the sound of religious chants. In 1987, Mousa Moustafa first participated to a Festival held by the Jordanian University of Aman. Later, many events took him out of Jordan. He released his first album in 1999 entitled “Leil Wa Qamar” in which the influence of the Atifi and Wijdani styles was evident.
In 2001, Mousa Moustafa released his second album “Ha Qad Rahalt” including iraqian, yemenian and Syrian folk melodies. The album was followed by the eight-tracked “Li Ajlik Oghanni” in 2004.
Mousa Moustafa also contributed in other albums like “Ilayki”, “Maraya”, “Operett Oumat El Milyar” and others.