Egyptian superstar, Mohamed Hamaki released Wednesday his new song “Alby Habbak Geddan” on YouTube.
It is by the lyrics of Amir Teima and composed by Amr Mostafa.
Hamaki, born on November 4, 1975, is one of Egypt’s and the Middle East’s most talented male singers.
In 1997, he began his music career with the release of his first song, “Alhlw Y Heeb Alhnya” in the album “Leka2 Al Negoum 3”, which featured songs by acclaimed singers such as Mohamed Mounir, Hamid Al-Shaeri, and the now retired singer Hanan.
The superstar released his first album “Khalina Neesh” (Let’s live) in 2003. Hamaki’s music career consisted of more than a dozen songs and 9 albums.
He won many awards including the “Best Arabia Act” award at the MTV Europe Music Awards in 2010, and the “best singer” award in 2008 at MTV music awards.
In 2018, Hamaki served as a judge on season 4 of “The Voice: Ahla Sawt”, the Arabic version of the Dutch show “The Voice”, which debuted in Beirut on September 14, 2012. He judged alongside Elissa, Assi El-Hellani, and Ahlam.
Hamaki was the first Egyptian male singer to serve as a jury member on the show. He returned as a judge on the Season 5 of the show alongside Ahlam, Samira Said, and Ragheb Alama.