One of the biggest Egyptian pop superstars of his period, Mohamed Mounir rose to popularity within the 1980s using a Nubian music design and socially minded lyrics. Delivered on Oct 10, 1954, in Aswan, Egypt, he was raised in the community which was displaced with the construction from the Aswan Dam in 1970. He afterwards shifted from Aswan to Cairo, where he researched at the College or university of Helwan. As an aspiring Egyptian pop vocalist, he was used beneath the wings of poet Abdul Rahim Mansour and Nubian folk musician Ahmad Mounib. Upon putting your signature on a recording agreement using the label Sonar, Mounir produced his full-length solo record debut with Alemony Eneeki (1977). Furthermore to lyrics compiled by Mansour and music constructed by Mounib, Alemony Eneeki features preparations by Hany Shenuda, who caused Mounir again for the follow-up record, Bnetweled (1978). Through the ’80s, Mounir proved helpful thoroughly with Yehia Khalil and his music group for the albums Shababeek (1981), Etkalemy (1983), Bareea (1986), and Western world Un Dayra (1987). Mounir got increased to great levels of fame within the Egyptian pop globe by this aspect, and was referred to as the Ruler. Meanwhile, he previously also founded himself as an acting professional, appearing in movies like Hadotta Masreya (1982), Al Yom Al Sades (1986), and Yom Mor, Yom Helw (1988). Through the ’90s, Mounir’s music grew progressively serious with regards to culture, culture, and politics. The terrorist episodes of Sept 11, 2001, affected him deeply, leading to the recording El Ard… Un Salam (2002), whose name tranlates to “Globe…. Serenity.” Successive albums consist of Ahmar Shafayef (2003), Hawadet (2004), Embareh Kan Omry Eshren (2005), and Ta’m Un Beyout (2008). Ever more popular under western culture, Mounir was presented on the track “Yasmine” from German pop music group Ich + Ich’s chart-topping recording Gute Reise (2009).