Egyptian music producer Mido Mounib has died early Saturday in Cairo at the age of 41, a year after suffering repecussions of a brain haemorrhage.
Hundreds of musicians expressed grief and condolensces for the loss of Mido Mounib through various social media platforms.
Mounib's funeral was held Saturday amid strict measures against COVID-19.
The nephew of iconic Nubian composer and singer Ahmed Mounib, Mido collaborated with many known pop singers, songwriters and arrangers throughout almost a two-decade career.
The founder of Pause Production produced for many known singers as well as once rising talents such as Riham Abdel-Hakim, Hatem Fahmy, Mai Selim, Mohamed Nour, and Maram.
Mounib, who was also a video-clip director and singer, Mido had announced earlier that his company is releasing three new albums for various singers in 2021.
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