Ammar Hassan

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Ammar Hassan
Born (1976-11-13) November 13, 1976 (age 40)
Origin arab world
Genres Palestinian, Arabic Music
Occupation(s) Singer

Ammar Hassan (Arabic: عمار حسن‎‎) (born November 13, 1976) is a singer who rose to popularity around the world after placing second in Super Star 2,[1][2] the pan-Arabic version of Pop Idol. Ammar includes Wadih El Safi & Umm Kulthum as his main musical inspirations.

Performances[edit]

Top 81: يابني (Yabni) by
Top 17: ما بيسألش عليا (Ma Bisalshi Aleya)
Top 13: الله معك (Allah Ma'ak)
Top 15: على بابي واقف قمرين (Ala Babi Wakef Amarein)
Top 11: خطرنا على بالك (Khatarna Ala Balak)
Top 10: بعيد عنك (Ba'id Anak)
Top 9: عاللي جرى (Alli Jara)
Top 9: ليلة (Leila)
Top 7: جيت بوقتك (Jeet Ba'waqtak) by Melhem Barakat
Top 7: بحبك وبغار (Bahibak W Bghar) by Assi El Helani
Top 6: دوّبني الهوى (Dawabni El Hawa) by Ghassan Saliba
Top 6: دارت الأيام (Darat Alayam)
Top 5: يا مارق عالطواحين (Ya Mareq Al Tawaheen) by Nasri Chamssedine
Top 5: زهرة المدائن (Zahret El Mada'en)
Top 4: الطربوش (El Tarboush)
Top 4: عز الحبايب (Az El Habaib) by Saber El Rebai
Top 4: طلوا حبابنا (Taloua Hababna)
Top 3: اللي نساك (Elli Nesak) by Abdallah El Rowaished
Top 3: (Wenka Aleya)
Top 3: ياللي تعبنا (Yalli Ta'abna)
Grand Final: أي دمعة حزن (Aya Dam'et Hozen)
Grand Final: جفنه (Jafnoho)
Grand Final: هوى يا هوى (Hawa Ya Hawa)

Discography[edit]

  • Super Stars '05 – Wibtada El Mishwar
  • Ammar Hassan – Helm Kbir

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Palestinian singer a source of pride". msnbc. 22 August 2004. Retrieved 13 June 2011. 
  2. ^ "Palestinians lament Arab Idol outcome". The Age. 31 August 2004. Retrieved 13 June 2011. 

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