Egyptian superstar، Tamer Ashour and Jordanian Hip-hop artist، Zap Tharwat performed Wednesday evening British University in Egypt’s (BUE) welcome party in El Sherouk، Cairo Governorate، Egypt. amid a large crowd.
Ashour kicked off the concert، who was followed by Tharwat’s performance.
About the artists: -Tamer Ashour- Tamer Ashour is an Egyptian singer and composer، who began his career as a composer working for major contemporary musicians.
Ashor released his album Sa'ab (Difficult) in 2006، which included material he'd recorded prior to 2006 as well as new music.
At the beginning of 2011، Ashour released Leia nazrah، was a success both in the summit sales cassette market and on the Internet.
In the same year Ashor began military service. Once he had finished military service he began working on a fourth album، at the end of 2013.
From 2004 to 2011 he released more than 17 songs and 4 albums. Following that Tamer made his first debut in cinema.
He is known for singing "Zikrayat Kaddaba"، "Ekhtarna Leh"، "Thania Wahda"، and "Enta Ekhtart".
-Zap Tharwat- Hip hop artist and songwriter affiliated with the broad-based media production company Axeer Studio. Some of his most notable singles، such as "Meen El Sabab" and "Ehna generation and generation Antua،" can be found on the popular YouTube channel of Axeer Studio، according to Zap Tharwat official website.
Before Fame He earned an American diploma and studied engineering for four years.
Trivia He was featured on the third album from the Egyptian rock band Cairokee which was titled El Sekka Shemal.
Family Life His real name is Ahmed Tharwat. He was born in Jordan before calling Cairo، Egypt his hometown.
Associated With He and Souad Massi were both featured on the Cairokee album El Sekka Shemal.