Rami Sabry

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Rami Sabry
رامي صبري
Born (1978-03-15) March 15, 1978 (age 36)
Cairo, Egypt
Occupations singer
Years active 2000-present

Rami Sabry Arabic: رامي صبري‎ (born on 15 March 1978) is a well known Egyptian singer.


Before graduating from the music academy in Egypt[specify], he had already started his musical career by composing songs for a few well-known singers, such as Amer Mounib, Sherine and Fadl Shaker . In 2005, he met director Tarek Alrian who immediately decided to adopt Rami’s talent and to produce his first album "Habiby Al Awalany." Three videos were shot, two of which were directed by Tarek Alarian and one by Moussa Eissa. Having launched his first album, Rami went on to participate in many musical events such as: live concerts, school proms and university welcome parties. Eventually, Rami became successful and has now become a well known singer in Egypt. Moreover, in the media field, he appeared in three major middle eastern shows: Taratata, which was shot in Paris, Nagham and Sekout Hanghny. He was even selected to be given some movie scripts to consider, which he unfortunately turned down. In Rami's point of view, he wishes that Tarek Alarian would direct his first film as he feels he would most likely present Ramy in his best image.

Second album[edit]

In 2008, Rami worked hard to put out his second album, but he began experiencing delays. The album was leaked to websites[citation needed] and all his work lost. Therefore, The album has been postponed more than once. Rami was racing against time to make his album see the light again, he made new songs for his album in a record time. Finally, his album was put in markets and has seen an overwhelming success and sales even with lack of advertising, which was confined to one ad on television and some posters.


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