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Amr Diab to perform at Misr University on Feb. 22

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CAIRO – 1 February 2019: Super star Amr Diab will perform a massive concert at Misr University for Science and Technology on February 22.

Diab was the most listened to singer on Anghami in 2018; his most recent album “KolHayati” (All My Life) was listened to a record number of times.

Diab adopted a new marketing strategy to promote his latest album, releasing a new song each week.

Diab performed a massive concert in Nammos, a restaurant in Mykonos, Greece on Friday, July 27 to promote “KolHayati”, where he sang some songs from his new album.

Diab collaborated with several poets, composers and distributers in “KolHayati” album, including TarekMadkour, AymanBahgat Amar, Nader Hamdy, AmrMostafa and Ahmed el-Malky.

Born in 1961 in Port Said, Diab has risen to fame over the past two decades in the Arab world and continues to break sale records, according to a BBC report and his official Facebook page.

His most famous album, “Nour el-Ain” (Our Eyes Beam), brought him international recognition and earned him the title of “The Father of Mediterranean Music” for his style of blending Egyptian and western rhythms.

The mega star, who founded the record company Mediterranean Music, had his songs translated into seven different languages.

Diab received a Lifetime Achievement Award at the Big Apple Music Awards in 2009. At the 2014 World Music Awards, Diab was also awarded Best Egyptian Artist, Best Male Arab Artist and World’s Best Arab Male Artist Voted Online.

Diab’s first album, “YaTareeq” (The Path), was released in 1983. His most recent album, “Meaddy El-Nas” (Surpassing People), was released in July 2017, following a major viral promotion campaign across Cairo sponsored by Egypt Linx.

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EL KING MOHAMED MOUNIR EL EKHTEYAR 2

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A ripple coursed through the hearts of Egyptians as we all watched Al Ekhteyar 2 while the emotionally moving ‘Dhalin’ by the King Mohamed Mounir played. A piece mourning the brave ‘Oasis martyrs’ who lost their lives in service to their homeland. Captivating the emotions of millions across the country, capturing their feelings of regret and sorrow and transforming it into a song manifesting the pride and resilience of a nation.

Mounir drew upon the talents of those he knew would be necessary to bring justice to the piece’s subject matter. The captivating song that brought the king to tears during the recording, is a product of favorite poet Nasr El Din Nagy, the artist behind the moving lyrics and was composed and arranged by the remarkable Ahmed Farhat.

Delivering a piece that the King intended to remind us of the strength and spirit Egyptians present in the face of adversity. Exemplified by the Egyptian army’s heroism in the fight against terrorism. Mounir’s words echo the chant within the hearts of all our countrymen, “Glory to the martyrs and long live Egypt.”.

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Mohamed Ramadan Under Fire After Posting A Picture With an Israeli Singer

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Mohamed Ramadan sparked controversy and is currently under fire for posting a picture with an Israeli singer, the thing that angered many of his fans and even though the singer and actor deleted the photo shortly after, he’s still under attack.

According to Ramadan, he didn’t know the nationality of the person and he says that normally he doesn’t ask each and every person who asks to take a picture with him about his nationality.

However, social media people shared videos of the party that Ramadan was at and they’re saying that it included many Israelis and that one of Israel’s popular songs was played during the party.

The singer and actor Mohamed Ramadan responded today to all fans saying that he normally doesn’t ask people about their nationality and that he is 100% pro the Palestinian case, attached with his tweet was a video of him with a Palestinian.

The head of the Egyptian Acting Syndicate, Ashraf Zaki, confirmed during his phone call with an Egyptian TV program, that he communicated with Muhammad Ramadan, and the latter denied his knowledge of the Israeli artist, saying: “I swear to God I didn’t know who he was, I was in an Arab country and took this picture.”

What do you think? Are you with or against the action of Mohamed Ramadan?

 

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Tamer Hosny and Bassma Boussel Are Splitting Up and Drama Followed Them on Social Media!

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After eight years of marriage, superstar Tamer Hosny and Morrocan star Bassma Boussel filed for a divorce, the news that shortly went viral.

Boussel posted on her official Instagram, a story expressing how upset she is at fans, who keep sharing photos of her and Tamer Hosny. She urges her fans to stop sending footage or tagging her and consider her feelings.

Later on, she added that they’re already in the process that follows their separation and are on the final regulations of divorce. She didn’t keep that story for long though and deleted it shortly afterwards.

The news of their divorce has gone viral in a short time, even though Boussel didn’t keep the story for long. It’s currently one of the widely discussed topics, and the couple are urging people to respect their privacy.

We wish them both the best and for god to grant them peace.

 

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