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Tamer Hosny Releases New Single "Gamdeen Gamdeen"


Fri 05 Jul 2024 | 10:31 AM
Tamer Hosny
Tamer Hosny
Yara Sameh

Egyptian singer-actor Tamer Hosny released Thursday his brand new single "Gamdeen Gamdeen".

The track is by the lyrics of Mahmoud Selim and composed by Thiam Ali.

On the other hand, Hosny will perform live at the 2nd edition of the New Alamein Festival in North Coast, Egypt, on Friday, July 26.

He is set to present several of his popular and latest songs.

This year's edition features headline slots from Mohamed Mounir, Amr Diab, Elissa, Kadim Al Sahir, Tamer Hosny, Cairokee, Wegz, Diana Haddad, Tamer Ashour, and Souad Massi, among others.

It will run from July 11 to August 30, under the slogan "Alamein, the World of Science". It will allocate 60% of its profits to Palestine.

The festival program brings together the best of art, sports, and entertainment, starting with concerts for local, Arab, and international artists to sporting events featuring international teams. Visitors can also enjoy a variety of exhibitions and food stalls.

Tamer Hosny

Hosny, born on August 16, 1977, began his career when renowned TV presenter Salma Al Shamaa gave him his lifetime opportunity to perform at the Cairo Opera House.

During his performance, he worked alongside other rising talents including, Sherine Mohamed Abdel-Wahab; the performance was attended by renowned producer Nasr Mahrous.

Ever since, Hosny worked closely with Mahrous and released his first album, which consequently achieved great success and opened the gates of stardom and fame, not only in singing but also in the entertainment industry.

He made his acting debut in the 2004 film “Halet Hob”, co-starring Hany Salama, Hend Sabry, and others.

Hosny is known for singing “Kol Mara”, “Bent El Eh” and “Aktar Haga”, and for his roles in films such as “Omar and Salma” and “Captin Hema”.

The musician performed many shows in Egypt and other Arab countries, including Morocco, Tunisia, Lebanon, Dubai, and Jordan.