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Name  Hamid Al-Shairi

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Hamid Al-Shaeri (Arabic: حميد الشاعري‎‎) (born Abdel-Hamid Ali Ahmed) is a Libyan-Egyptian singer and musician resident in Cairo, Egypt. He is known as Egypt's leading representative of westernized synthesizer pop, or Arabic pop. His best known songs include "Law laki" ('If Not for You'), sung by Ali Hemeida.


On 19 February 2011, Hamid el Shaeri condemned the actions of his native country Libya's ruler Muammar Gadaffi against the Libyan people and issued a popular call to the fellow Egyptians to aid the Libyan people. He has 4 kids: 2 daughters, Nabila and Nora EL Shaeri, and 2 sons, Nadeem and Nouh El Shaeri.


Hamid, who was born in Benghazi to a Libyan dad and Egyptian mother, released 17 albums between 1983 and 2006. These include:

  • Hodoa Moakat 1994
  • Roh Elsamara 2006
  • References

    Hamid Al-Shairi Wikipedia