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Egyptian singer Angham to do concert in Riyadh on 5th December

Egyptian singer Angham to do concert in Riyadh on 5th December

As year-end festivities heighten, mark your calendars because on December 5, Egyptian Superstar Angham will be performing in Riyadh among Riyadh season’s Arabic concerts at Abu Bakr Salem Stage.

This happy news announced by Angham herself via her Twitter and Instagram Handle

Alongside Angham will be performing the famed Lebanese singer Nawal al-Zoghaby and Iraqi singer Waleed al-Shami.

Witnessing the performances of major stars such as Egyptian superstar Amr Diab, International rapper French Montana, and Dimitri Vegas, Riyadh season is an array of events that kicked off on October 15 and will have a run till December 15 featuring a wide range of artistic, sporting and cultural events, including theater performances, concerts, and fashion shows.

The welcome addition of Angham is going to elevate the stage as the famed singer has been awarded a platinum certification with selling more than 500,000 copies across the Middle East in less than three months of her album “Kol ma N’arrab” in 2007.

Angham comes from a family of artists and is the daughter of veteran musician and composer Mohamed Ali Soliman. Counted as the one of the most famous singer of Egypt, Angham began her career in 1972, and has since made worth in profits that make her position in the industry as the undisputed Superstar.

Angham has created masterpieces like “Etegah Wahed” (One Direction), “Toul Ma Enta Be’eid” (As Long As You Are Far), “La Lei Lei La Lei” , “Akteblak Ta3ahod” (I Pledge to You), and “Mahzoma” (Defeated), “Bakhaf Afrah” (I am Afraid of Being Happy) among others in a career spanning over two decades.

The success of the Egyptian artist has led her to successfully venture into other things within the industry like film making and acting.

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