Mahmoud El Esseily

Mahmoud El Esseily

Mahmoud El Esseily is an Egyptian singer, born on December 10, 1982 in El-Mahalla El-Kobra, Egypt.

Biography and life story of celebrity in English.

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Name: Mahmoud El Esseily
Name in Arabic: محمود العسيلي
Full real name: Mahmoud Mohamed Ashraf Hussein Abdel Halim El Esseily
Country of nationality: Egypt
Date of birth: December 10, 1982
Place of birth: El-Mahalla El-Kobra, Egypt
Age: 39 years old (as of 2022)
Astrological sign: Sagittarius
Profession: singer
Genre: Egyptian songs
Years of activity: 2002 – until now

Biography, Life story

Mahmoud El Esseily was born on December 10, 1982 in Ezbet El Esseily, which is affiliated to the El-Mahalla El-Kubra Center in Egypt. He joined the Faculty of Mass Communication at the American University in Cairo and graduated in 2005, and there he was awarded the title of best singer at the university and then founded his own band. In 2002, he participated with Elissa in a party, and there he met Ayman Abbas, one of his producers now, who offered him at the ceremony to start making his first album. In 2003, he recorded the first song on the album, which is (We Return Tani), then he recorded the song (Majnouna) and the song (Raih Ali Fein). . In the same year, he filmed the song (Majnoona), which achieved great success after its presentation. In 2004, he filmed the song (Rayeh Ali Fein) with director Hassan Aboul Fotouh.

He also released many solo songs, including: the duet (Tabat wa Nabat) with Bushra, the song (Akeed fi Masr) duet with Mai Selim and Muhammad Kilani, and the song (Kam Wahid) with Zab Tharwat.

He also composed and sang the tarots for the animated series (Kawkab Karakeeb), and composed and sang the tarots for the animated series (Captain Azzouz).

Mahmoud El Esseily also had an acting experience, as he co-starred in the 2007 movie (Naama Bay) directed by Magdy El-Hawary and written by Ahmed El-Bay. He also acted in the children’s series (Boji and Tamtam) as a guest of honor.

List of works – albums

I’m Going to Where (2003), Who Am I (x), As Long As You’re Beside Me (2009), New Donia (2012).

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