Known as the daddy of Mediterranean Music, he’s an Egyptian geel music singer and composer that has sold a lot more than 10 million albums world-wide. He released his 1st recording, Ya Tareeq, in 1983 and obtained popularity with tracks like “Habibi.” He’s earned the Globe Music Award for TOP SELLING Middle East Designer four instances. He continues to be married twice, 1st to Shereen Reda, after that to Zinah Ashour. He offers four children over the two relationships. His music “Wala Ala Baloh” continues to be presented in multiple movies, like the 2012 Sacha Baron Cohen humor The Dictator.
|1||Giza, Egypt: Rolling the Arab Music Market as he used to do [February 2012]|
|2||Has 3 children with wife, Zinah: twins Kenzy and Abdullah (b. 4 December 1999, in Washington, DC), and daughter Karma (b. July 2001).|
|3||Has a daughter named Nour (b. 1990) from his previous marriage.|
|4||Plays the oud and the piano.|
|5||Father of the Mediterranean Music, King of Arab Music for more than 25 years.|
|6||His favorite singer is Abdel Halim Hafez.|
|Dehk, we leab we gad we hob||1993||Adham|
|Ice Cream in Gleam||1992||Saif|
|El Afareet||1990||Amr Diab (Himself)|
|The Dictator||2012||performer: "Wala Ala Baloh" - as Amir Diab|
|Divine Intervention||2002||performer: "Wala ala baloh"|
|The Dancer Upstairs||2002||performer: "Awadouni" 1998 - as Amr Diab|
|The Clone||2001||TV Series performer - 1 episode|
|The 2007 World Music Awards||2007||TV Special||Himself|
|The 2002 World Music Awards||2002||TV Special||Himself|
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