Moustafa Amar

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Moustafa Amar
مصطفى قمر
Background information
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 51)
Origin Alexandria, Egypt
Genres 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 Al-Shairi

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

Early life[edit]

Moustafa Amar was born in Alexandria, Egypt on 22 September 1966. He loved music since he was a little kid, and used to play the Mandolin instrument in school. One day, his father bought him a guitar from a Spanish sailor, which he fixed and learned to play. He played the guitar and piano at the Alexandrian college of music, which is called The Conservatoire.

He was admitted to the university of Alexandria to study commerce. In the university, he expressed his talent in singing and musical composing. He stayed in university until 28 age old because he was busy working on songs. In the university, he met Sameh El Ajami who wrote most of Amar's songs, and Khaled Abed Ellateef who became Amar's manager.

Personal life[edit]

Moustafa Amar is married to Ghada Amar, and has two sons, Eyad and Tayam. Eyad was born in 1993. Tayam was born in 1996.


Amar's first song was "Wala Yabou Khad Gameel", released on a collective album. In 1990, he released his first solo album, Wassaf. In 1992-1993, he released a second album, Layaleki, which sold well. He has collaborated with actress Nilly ("Papa Noel"), and in 1993 he released his 3rd album skeet el 3ash2een. In 1994, album Eftekerny. In 1995, album Leman Yahomho El Samr (Salimonee). In 1996, album Taal El Lail. In 1997, album Nar Al Hob. In 1999, El Leila Doub. In 2000, Aysheen. In 2001, Habeeb Hayati. In 2002, Monaya. In 2003, Rohi Feek. In 2003, Bahebak O Ana Kaman. In 2004, Ensa. In 2007, Leesa Habayeb. In 2010, Heya. In 2014, Ana Metamen.

In addition to writing his own music, he has composed for other Arabic singers, including Ehab Tawfik and Ali El Haggar.

Movies: El Battal (1998) El Hob Al Awal (2000) Ashab Wala Business (2001) Elb Gareh (2002) Bahabek Ana Kanan (2003) Nar Al Hobeen (2004) Hareem Kareem (2005) Esyabet Al Doctor Omar (2007) Mafeesh Fayda (2008) Gowa El Lohba (2012)


  • Wassaf (1990)
  • Layaliki (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)
  • Monaya (2002)
  • Rohy Feek (2003)
  • Bahebak Wana Kaman (2003)
  • Enssa (2004)
  • Lessa Habayeb (2006)
  • Heya (2010)
  • Mawlaya Sobhanak (2013)
  • ِAna Metamen (2014)


  • Ghazali (ft Hamid El Shari) (2000)
  • Sotak mosh kefaya (ft sheirn wagdy) (2006)
  • Aisheen (with Gipsy Kings) (2000)
  • Habib Hayati (2001)
  • Sotak mosh kefaya (ft. Sherine Wagdy) (2006)
  • Mareed Bel-Hob (2008)
  • Aywa Enta (2008)
  • De7ket 2alet (2009)
  • Hatganen (2011)
  • Papa nwel new arrangement (2013)


  • 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)
  • Esabet Al-Doctor Omar (2007)
  • Mafeesh Faida (2008)
  • Gowa El Le'ba (2012)
  • Fen Alby(2017)

TV series[edit]

  • ali ya weka (2007)
  • Montaha elaeshaa (2010)
  • Essam w elmesba7 Part II(Vocal Performance (2012)

FM series[edit]

  • maesr Italya wbl2ks (2003)
  • bahebk Ya Magnona (2006)
  • Fares men elzaman elgadid (2011)


  1. ^ "Moustafa Kamar - Discography". Retrieved 2014-11-16. 

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