Moustafa Amar

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Moustafa Amar
مصطفى قمر
Birth name Moustafa Ahmed Mohamed Hassan Amar
Also known as Mustafa Amar, Mostafa Amar, Moustafa Qamar, Mustafa Qamar, Mustafa Kamar[1]
Born (1966-09-22) September 22, 1966 (age 48)
Origin Alexandria, Egypt
Genres Arabic pop music Arab pop
Occupation(s) Singer, actor, composer
Instruments Guitar, vocals
Years active 1990–present
Labels Sonar, Rotana, Alam Al Phan
Associated acts Gipsy Kings, Hamid El Shari

Moustafa Amar (Arabic: مصطفى قمر‎) (born Moustafa Ahmed Mohamed Hassan Amar Arabic: مصطفى أحمد محمد قمر‎ on 1966) is an Egyptian musician and actor.

Early life[edit]

Moustafa Amar attended Al-Shaheed Abbas School where his talent and love for music and singing earned him the role of lead singer in the school concert. His father got him a guitar when he was ten and he began taking summer classes. Amar attended the University of Alexandria, then he moved to Cairo to find a production company.

Personal life[edit]

Amar is married to Ghada Essa and they have two sons, Eyad and Tayam. Eyad was born in 1993. Tayam was born in 1996. They're currently attending AIS: the American International School in Egypt. Both were in his movies, Qalb Garee and Bahibak Wana Kaman. Eyad likes to play the guitar and Tayam likes to play the drums.


Amar's first song was "Wala Yabou Khad Gameel", released on a collective album, and in 1990, he released his first solo album, Wassaf. In 1992-1993, he released his second album, Layaleki. In 2004, he released Enssa, his 14th album.

In addition to writing his own music, he has composed for other Arabic singers.


  • Wassaf (1990)
  • Layaleki (1993)
  • Seket Al-Ashe'en (1994)
  • Eftekerney (1995)
  • Ela Man Yehomo Al-Amr (1996)
  • Tal Al-Leil (1997)
  • Nar El-Hob (1998)
  • Enaek Wahshaney (1999)
  • Aisheen (with Gipsy Kings) (2000)
  • Hayaty (2001)[2]
  • Monaya (2002)
  • Rohy Feek (2003)
  • Bahebak Wana Kaman (2003)
  • Enssa (2004)
  • Lessa Habayeb (2006)
  • Heya (2010)


  • Ghazali (ft Hamid El Shari) (2000)
  • Sotak mosh kefaya (ft sheirn wagdy) (2006)


  • Al Batal (1997)
  • Al Hob Al Awal (2000)
  • As'hab Walla Business (2001)
  • Alb Garee' (2002)
  • Bahebbak Wana Kaman (2003)
  • Hobbak Nar (2004)
  • Hareem Kareem (2005) (with Dalia El Behery)
  • Ali Ya Weeka (TV serieis)
  • Esabet Al-Doctor Omar (2007)
  • Mafeesh Faida (2008)
  • Montaha elaeshaa (2010) (TV series) with Diana Karazon
  • Gowa El Le'ba (2012)

External links[edit]


  1. ^ "Moustafa Kamar - Discography". Retrieved 2014-11-16. 
  2. ^ "Moustafa Kamar, 'Hayati'". Retrieved 2014-11-16.