Nancy Ajram and Mahmoud El Esseily performed Thursday evening at the Ibiza chillout, in Tagamoa El-Khamis (First Settlement), New Cairo, amid the attendee of celebrities.
Among the attendees were: Mohamed Fouad, Amal Rizk, Lekaa Swidan, Ramy Wahid, Tamer Amin, and Osama Mounir.
The evening was kicked off by El Esseily performance, which was followed by Nancy.
El Esseily was keen to greet Fouad, who had expressed his happiness with being around the audience.
Ajram, 36, concluded the evening with her performance of a number of her famous songs including, “Eldonia Helwa”, “Badna Nwalee El Jaw”, “Ma Tegi Hena”, “Ehsas Gedeid”, “Ah W Noss”, and others.
Moreover, the Lebanese superstar is set to perform live at Mansoura University on Friday, October 11.
The 36-year-old superstar is also set to perform live in Saudi Arabia, on sidelines of the Riyadh Season, on October 18.
Riyadh Season is a three-month entertainment event that will run from October 15 to December 15.
The season-opening night will take place on October 17 in Riyadh Boulevard.
Ajram, is a multi-platinum Lebanese singer and Goodwill Ambassador for UNICEF.
In 1995, at the age of twelve, she took part in a variety show, “Noujoum Al-Moustakbal” (Stars of the Future), a Lebanese reality television talent contest show.
She won a gold medal in the Tarab category after singing a song by Umm Kulthum.
The artist studied music with renowned Lebanese musicians and although she was less than 18 years old, the syndicate of professional artists in Lebanon accepted her as a member. Her first singles were titled “Hobbak Allam Albi el Gheere” by Abdo Mounzer, and “Oulha Kelma Ala Shani”.
At the age of 15, the Lebanese recording artist released her first album, “Mihtagalak” (I Need You) in 1998.
It was followed by Sheel Oyoonak Anni (“Stop Staring”) in 2000, which achieved more success.
By 2007, she had sold over 2 million records ranking third best selling female artist in Lebanese history.
She has released seven studio albums to date and appeared in numerous music videos and commercials.
She participated in the most significant Arabic festivals and won multiple awards, most importantly the 2008 World Music Award of best-selling Middle Eastern artist, the youngest Arab WMA winner to date, 2012 WMA for the second time and 2014 WMA for the third time.
The artist is the first and only female sponsor and spokesperson of Coca-Cola in the Middle East and the Arab world.
Considered by many as an Arabic music icon of the decade, she was described on Oprah Winfrey show as one of the most influential personalities of the Middle East.