Mohamed Nuur Giriig
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|Mohamed Nuur Giriig
محمد نور غيريغ
|Birth name||Maxamed Nuur Giriig|
In 1954, he was among a group of auditioners, from which he was selected to join a troupe of Oud singers. Giriig's musical career began after that, which was marked by a number of hit songs. Most of the latter were recorded during the Somali music scene's Golden Age in the 1960s.
Giriig died in Hargeisa on January 17, 2002.
Some of Giriig's all-time classic songs include:
- Timahaaga Dheeree
- Dayaha I Dhibay Halay
- Maahee Khadraay
- Boodhari Sidiisii
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