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May Kassab - Wikipedia
Information about May Kassab, a popular Arab female star from Egypt.
Guy Beart - Wikipedia
Information about Guy Beart, an Egyptian French singer and songwriter.
Zeezee Adel - Wikipedia
Information about Zeezee Adel, Egyptian singer who participated in the famous Middle Eastern competition Star Academy 2.
Hani Shaker - Wikipedia
Information about Hani Shaker, an Egyptian singer, actor and composer. Popular for his love songs and style.
Tamer Hosny - Wikipedia
Information about Tamer Hosny, an Egyptian singer, actor and composer.
Leila Mourad - Wikipedia
Information about Leila Mourad, an Egyptian singer and actress.
Mohamed Hamaki - Wikipedia
Information about Mohamed Ibrahim Mohamed El Hamaki, an Egyptian singer known for his first album Khallena Neesh.
Sherine Wagdy - Wikipedia
Information about Sherine Wagdy, an Egyptian female singer, born as Sherine Farouk Salem.
Ahmed Adaweyah - Wikipedia
Information about Ahmed Adaweyah, an Egyptian singer. He was the first big star of sha'abi music during the 1970s. He has starred in many Egyptian films.
IMDb Profiles - Leila Mourad
Presents brief biography and film credits for the Egyptian singer and actress Leila Mourad.
Saleh Abdel Hai - Wikipedia
Information about Saleh Abdel Hai, a famous distinction classic Tarab singer, who sang the old type of oriental music.
Maryem Tollar - Mernie Website
Official Website for Maryem Tollar, a Toronto based singer born in Egypt, who primarily sings Arabic songs. She gained her fame through her own band called Mernie.
Hamada Helal Website
Official website of Hamada Helal, born Mohamed Abdel Fatah Helal, an Egyptian singer born in Sharqia, Egypt.
Shaaban Abdel Rahim - Wikipedia
Shaaban Abdel Rahim, also known as Sha'bola, an Egyptian pop (Sha'bi) singer, best known for catchy songs with political lyrics and his outrageously tacky and flamboyant sense of fashion.
Mounira El-Mahdeya - Wikipedia
Information about Mounira El-Mahdeya, born Zakiyya Hassan, an Egyptian singer, better known as Sultana of the song or The Sultana. Considered to be the leading Egyptian singer between the two wars.