A noisy Amazon employee beat Whitney Houston so loudly that distraught neighbors wore earmuffs to bed after they couldn’t sleep.
Seyed Mohammadi, 58, listened to Smooth Radio and turned up the volume for Whitney’s classic One Moment In Time.
He also belted out Rihanna’s Take a Bow and Lewis Capaldi’s Hold Me While You Wait.
For years the neighbors had to endure the late night noise and resorted to wearing headphones to get a good night’s sleep.
Prosecutor Alexander Barbour told Birmingham magistrates: “There are 11 offences.
“Each charge constitutes an alleged breach of this notice by continuing to play amplified audio from Mr Mohammadi’s home.
“Mr Mohammadi’s case is that he was not at the property at the time and the alleged noises were made by someone else.
“We say the Council has solid evidence that the noises undoubtedly came from his home and that Mr Mohammadi breached the relevant notice.”
Council noise inspectors visited his Birmingham address 35 times and served him with a notice of noise pollution.
They used the Shazam mobile app to find out which songs were coming through the walls.
Three neighbors reported hearing deafening songs from Bruno Mars, Ellie Goulding, Phil Collins, John Lennon, Madonna and Sting.
On Monday, Mohammadi was convicted on 11 counts of failing to comply with a harassment notice.
He had denied violating any noise regulations and claimed to have been either at work or asleep at the time.
Mohammadi told the court: “The times you give have nothing to do with music comics from my apartment. I work six nights a week. I am not there.”
He claimed to only have a battery-powered pocket radio that couldn’t produce any annoying volume levels.
A neighbor said the loud music prevented them from visiting friends and family, and another said they wore headphones to block out the noise.
Council officer Robert Hedges used a recording device at a neighbor’s home and recorded 10-minute segments of the booming noise.
He said pop music and fast, dance-like music with repetitive bass lines can be heard late into the night and early in the morning.
Mr Hedges told judges he stood in the street and heard the music through open windows when he visited Mohammadi’s flat in April last year.
Then he walked into a neighbor’s house and heard Whitney’s classic through the walls.
Mohammadi was fined £3,000 and ordered to pay £1,500 in court costs and £150 in compensation to three different neighbours.