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Hamaki to perform in North Coast after successful Saudi tour

Hamaki's latest album 'Kol Youm Men Dah' that contains 20 songs was released in January

Ahram Online , Friday 19 Jul 2019
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Egyptian pop star Mohamed Hamaki will perform a large beach concert at one of Egypt's North Coast resorts on Friday 26 July after a successful tour in Saudi Arabia.

"It’s not summer without a beach concert," stated the 43-year-old singer urging his huge youth fan base to attend.

Hamaki played in several venues in Jeddah amid the Kingdom's newly-launched programmes ran by the General Entertainment Authority.

Hamaki's latest album 'Kol Youm Men Dah' contains 20 songs and was released in January gaining millions of view.

حماقي - قادرين نعملها | إعلان مستشفى 500 500 الجديد

Mid May, during the Holy month of Ramadan, Hamaki released his latest music video 'A'drein Ne'melha' amid a fund raising campaign for 500500 hospital, in which he featured many known celebrity artists.

The multi-award-winning artist, who started as a composer for many years, gained widespread fame after his first album 'Khalina Neish' in 2003.

Notably, the summer season for music concert in Egypt is starting late this year as the country was hosting the most prestigious football tournament in the continent; the Africa Cup of Nations.

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