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Hisham Abbas performing at the International Garden, Cairo, Egypt (July 15, 2008)
|Birth name||Mohammad Hisham Mahmoud Mohammad Abbas|
|Also known as||Hisham Abbas|
September 13, 1963 |
|Genres||Arabic pop, Egyptian music|
|Labels||Alam El Phan (2002–present)|
Mohammad Hisham Mahmoud Mohammad Abbas (Arabic: محمد هشام محمود محمد عباس; born September 13, 1963), commonly known as just Hisham Abbas (Egyptian: هشام عباس), is an Egyptian pop singer best known for his hit song "Habibi Dah (Nari Narain)" and his religious song "Asmaa Allah al-husna".
Hisham Abbas was born in Cairo, Egypt. He had his primary education in Dar El Tefl school. Later on he enrolled in American University in Cairo as he graduated with a major in Mechanical Engineering. He decided to pursue art as his profession rather than Engineering.
Abbas took his first step as a professional singer being a member of "Pats Band" band with his partner in the band Aliaa Saleh and other friends. They covered a number of Egyptian and Arabic classing songs, such as "Halawet Shamsena", "Ala Remesh Oyonha", "El Wala Dah" and more. Then he met up with widely known producer and singer Hameed El Shaery. They collaborated to produce successful songs that highlighted Abbas' position in the music scene. Songs like "Halal Aleik", "Allah Yesalem Halak", "Habetah", and "Saea Albak".
Abbas' career bloomed later on to release several songs. He rose in the early 1990s with successful hits like "Wana Wana Wana", "Eineha El Sood", "Ta'ala", "Ya Leila", "Shoofi" and his most successful hit, "Habibi Dah (Nari Narain)" featuring Indian singer Jayashri. Up to this day, he has 10 solo studio albums in his account. He received a number of awards, the most notable one was Orbit's Arabic Song Award in 1997.
- Matbatalesh (2009)
- Ta'ala Gamby (2007)
- Sebha Tehebbak (2004)
- Gowwa F Alby (2002)
- Habibi Dah (2001)
- Kalam El Leil (1999)
- Shoufi (1999)
- Habaitha (1998)
- Ya Leila (1997)
- Gawabak (1996)
- Zay El Aol (1995)
- Ard El Sharq (1994)
- Ta'ala (1994)
- Hisham (1992)
- Halah (1992)
- Ahla Ma Ghanna Hisham Abbas / From The Best of Hisham Abbas
- Hisham Abbas Collection'