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Angham Mohamed Ali Suleiman

(1972-05-19) 19 May 1972 (age 52)
  • Singer
  • songwriter
  • musician
  • record producer
  • actress
Years active1986-present
Magdy Aref (m. 1994–2003)

Fahd Al-Shalabi (m. 2004–2008)
Musical career
  • vocals

Angham Mohamed Ali Suleiman (Arabic: أنغام محمد علي سليمان) (born January 19, 1972) is an Egyptan singer,[1] record producer and actress. She is one the most successful Egyptian female singers.[2]

Discography[change | change source]

Studio albums[change | change source]

  • 1987: Fil Rokn elBaeed elHady (In The Far Distant Corner)
  • 1988: Awal Gawab (First Letter)
  • 1989: Lalili Lali
  • 1989: Layek (It Suits)
  • 1989: Shokran (Thank You)
  • 1990: Ettafakna (We Agreed) Sono Cairo Qahira
  • 1991: Bibasata Kida (As Simple As Like That) Sono Cairo Qahira
  • 1992: Inta elAlam (You Are The World) Sono Cairo Qahira
  • 1992: Shayfak (I'll See You) Sono Cairo Qahira
  • 1993: Ella Ana (Except Me) Rocky Records-Pyramedia
  • 1994: Inta Mahboubi (You Are My Beloved) Sout Production
  • 1995: Baollak Eih (Tell You What) Cairo Media* 1996: Akdar (I Can Make It Through) Cairo Media
  • 1996: Shey Daa (Something Lost) Star Media
  • 1997: Betheb Meen (Who Do You Love) Rotana
  • 1998: Khally Bokra li Bokra (Keep Tomorrow For The Future)Funoon Al Jazeera + Star Media
  • 1999: Wahdaniya (Lonely Woman) Sono Cairo Qahira
  • 2001: Leih Sebtaha (Why Did You Leave Her) Alam El Phan
  • 2003: Omry Maak (My Life With You) Mazzika
  • 2005: Bahibbik Wahashteeny (I Love You, I Miss You) Stallions Records
  • 2007: Kolma N'arrab (Whenever We Come Closer) Rotana
  • 2009: Nefsy Ahebbak (I wish to Love You) Rotana
  • 2010: Alhekaya Almohamadia (Mouhamed's Story) Arabica Music
  • 2010: Mahadesh Yehasebni (No One Judges Me)

Singles[change | change source]

  • Nehlam Eih (What Should We Dream Of?) ft. Thekra
  • Mahabba (Love) ft. Talal Salama
  • Le Soal (I Have A Question) ft. Abdalla Rweished
  • Maizza (Preciousness) ft. Abdalla Rweished
  • Khaleeny Maak (Keep Me With You) ft. Fahd
  • El Ard Hiya Hiya (The Land Will Stay) tribute to Kuwait's liberation
  • Azeez We Ghali (Dear and Precious)
  • elAmaken (The Places) tribute to Mohammad Abdo
  • Ana Mnel Balad Dee (I Am From This Country) tribute to Egypt
  • Mitel elAwal (Like The First) released on the Internet
  • Hadeeth elSabah Wel Masaa (Talks Of the Mornings and the Nights) intro for episode
  • Ra' w Ein (R and N) released for princess Reem elWaleed's wedding
  • Ya Rab (Oh God) released for Holy Month of Ramadan
  • Hekayat elGharam (Love Stories)
  • Ma Bataallemsh (I'll Never Learn)
  • Ynayer (January) 25-1-2011
  • Sebto (I've left him) 2011
  • `Aeish Galby (Staying in the heart) (Khaliji song) 2012
  • Law Kont (If You Were) 2012
  • Ajmal Makan (The Most Beautiful Place) 2014

References[change | change source]

  1. "Angham". Retrieved 16 October 2016.
  2. "12 songs that will make you fall in love with Angham all over again". Step feed. 19 January 2016. Retrieved 16 October 2016.