Ramy Gamal

Ramy Gamal is one of Egypt’s youngest, most significant singers and composers.

Ramy, born and raised in Mansoura, Egypt, aspired to become a singer ever since he could remember, armed with an unquenchable passion to music composition and singing.

In 2000, Ramy kicked off his musical career and quickly rose to prominence as one of Egypt’s most demanded composers and music arrangers.

Throughout his career, he has composed over 160 songs, many of which won prizes in various regional music award events. He worked with a number of superstars from Egypt and the Middle East including: Mohamed Hamaki, Mohamed Fouad, WAMA, Tamer Hosni, Ramy Ayash, Sherine, Angham, Bahaa Sultan, Nawal El Zoghby, Hossam Habib, Hussein El Jassmi, Mai Selim, Haifa Wahbe, Amal Maher, and much more.

In addition to his work as a composer, the multi-talented artist also launched an extensive singing career and released many singles, one of which “Itfaddal Emshy” won the “Best Single Award” in 2010.

In 2011, he released his debut album “Maleesh Da’wa Behad” which earned him both critical and audience acclaim.

Ramy is also known for his iconic performance of the patriotic song “Ya Bladi” which was considered by many as the theme song for the Egyptian Revolution in 2011.

In 2012, Ramy Gamal signed on with NRP Music, who are working with him to release his second album due later this summer.