Amr Mostafa

Amr Mostafa

Gender: Male

Nationality: Egypt

Job Title: Singer

Amr Mostafa sometimes known as Amro Moustapha is an Egyptian composer and singer.

His full name is Amr Mostafa Mohamed Abdulrahman and he was born on the 30th of December 1979 in Egypt.

As a composer, Amr Mostafa started his career by composing the song Khallik Fakerni for Amr Diab in his album Amarin. After the success of this song, he followed with other hit songs such as Ana Ayesh, Leli Nhari, We Malo and Neoul Eih.

He also composed the song Rouhi Ya Rouhi for Nawal El Zoghby, Awini Bik and Makhalas for Samira Said. In addition, he composed the song Ma feesh Marra for Sherine Abdel Wahab.

Amr Mostafa also composed music for great Arab artists such as Mohamed Mounir, Cheb Mami, Moustafa Amar, Hisham Abbas and Sofia El Marikh.

He also composed songs for international artists such as Raquel Camins, Orshe palm, and Mustafa Sandal.

As a singer, Amr Mostafa released his first album by Melody Music entitled Ayami.

Amr Mostafa moved to Alam El Phan and released his other albums Alama Fi Hayatek and El Kebeer Kebeer.

Amr shot two video clips for the song Bartah Maak from his album Ayami, and Awil Maaol from his second album Alama Fee Hayatek. The clip was shot in Hungary.

Amr Mostafa Discography
2009: El Kebir Kebir (The Boss always Boss)
2008: Alama Fi Hayatek (A sign in your life)
2007: Ayami (My days)

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