Egyptian composer and singer Mahmoud El-Esseily's video clip of the song "Tamselia" has reached over 3.6 million views, a month after it was released on the artist's YouTube channel.
The song is composed by Ehab Abdel-Wahed and Mahmoud El-Esseily, with lyrics by Amir Teima.
With music arrangement by Amir Hedaya, the song features guitarist Ousso and clarinetist Hamoso, among other musicians.
Born in 1982, El-Esseily formed his first band when he was studying at the American University in Cairo.
As his popularity grew, he opened concerts by some of the well-known singers, including Elissa.
He was then discovered by producer Ayman Abbas who supported the release of his first album titled Where Are You Going (Rayeh Ala Fein) in 2004.
Ever since, El-Esseily released several albums becoming one of the most popular Egyptian singers and songwriters.
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