In , his wife filed a complaint against him for domestic violence, before retracting. Khaled has an illegitimate son with whom he has no contact. Before a court in , he denied being the father of the child, continuing to claim that he had been "deceived".
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In the end, Rabah had to compensate Khaled for the fees during this case.
In the s, Khaled started producing and singing songs in the Raï genre. His rise to national fame was mainly due to the efforts of Lieutenant-Colonel Hosni Snoussi, director of the state-supported arts and culture Office Riadh el Feth, who took Khaled under his wing and invited him along with other rai stars to perform at the state-sponsored Festival de la Jeunesse pour la Fête Nationale in Algiers in July Cheb Khaled, who had been avoiding his mandatory military service, was able to perform at Bobigny only after Colonel Snoussi intervened with the Algerian military authorities to secure him a passport.
The album, Kutché, released in , a collaboration between Khaled and the Algerian jazz musician Safy Boutella , expanded his reputation in France, where he soon settled.
The album's first single Didi , which was a major hit in Europe, the Arab World, and in South and East Asia, made him an international superstar. Khaled's signature song, the hit " Didi ", became extremely popular in the Arabic-speaking countries and also in several other continents, including Europe, where it entered top charts in France, Belgium and Spain, and in Asia, including India and Pakistan.
Known as the "King of Rai", Khaled is a winner of numerous awards, and has sold over Ce titre lui vaudra le César de la meilleure musique écrite pour un film en Khaled ne cache pas non plus ses idées anti-islamistes et ne remet plus les pieds en Algérie.
Le titre a un tel succès qu'il sort en single et un clip vidéo de la performance live des deux artistes fait le tour des chaînes francophones.
Le 14 novembre est une date historique pour Khaled qui donne son premier concert à Alger après plus de vingt ans en exil. Cependant, sa tournée prévue aux États-Unis en est annulée en raison des attentats du 11 septembre.
Désormais, Cheb Khaled demeure au Luxembourg, où il s'est installé après avoir fui la France et les accusations de violences conjugales et d'abandon de domicile portées contre lui par sa femme. Commentaires sur Cheb Khaled.