Amr Mostafa

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عمرو مصطفى
Amr Mostafa
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Background information
Birth name Amr Mostafa Mohamed Alsayed
Born (1979-12-31) 31 December 1979 (age 37)
Origin Cairo, Egypt
Genres Egyptian music, Arabic pop music, Pop, Franco Arabic
Occupation(s) Singer, composer, musician
Instruments Guitar
Years active 1999–present
Labels EMI, Alam Al Phan, Melody Music
Website www.amrmostafa.com

Amr Mostafa is an Egyptian composer that can sing.

Discography[edit]

Al Kebeer Kebeer[edit]

Al Kebeer Kebeer is Amr's third album (mini-album) in his career.

Awards[edit]

  • Best Egyptian Composer for years 2000 and 2002 for "Aktar Wahed Beyhebak", 2003 for "Ana Ayesh", 2004 For "Aweeny Beek", 2005 For "Wemalo".[1]
  • Samira Said's Album "Yom Wara Yom" Which contains 5 songs composed by Amr Mostafa Won The World Music Award.[2]
  • Mohamed Hamaki's song "Ahla Haga Fiki" Composed by Amr Was Awarded by Mobinil as best song in 2006.[3]
  • Mohamed Hamaki's Album "Kheles El Kalam" Which contained 4 songs composed by Amr Motafa Was awarded by EMI platinum CD of 2006.[4]
  • Awardeded by Mobinil Music Awards as best composer in 2006.[5]
  • Amr Mostafa's Album "Alama Fe Hayatak" Was Awarded By EMI as The Ultimate Album Of The Year 2008.[6]

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