Mohamed Ibrahim Mohamed El Hamaki (Arabic: محمد إبراهيم محمد الحماقي [mæˈħæm.mæd ebɾɑˈhiːm elˈħæˈmæːʔi]; born 4 November 1975)[1] is an Egyptian singer. In 2010, he won the "Best Arabia Act" award from MTV Europe Music Awards and the Music Award in 2006, for "Ahla Haga Fiki". He was a coach at the fifth season of The Voice Ahla Sawt in 2019.

Mohamed Hamaki
محمد حماقي
Hamaki in 2020.
Hamaki in 2020.
Background information
Birth nameMohamed Ibrahim Mohamed El Hamaki
Also known asThe Sniper
Born (1975-11-04) 4 November 1975 (age 48)
Cairo, Egypt
  • Singer
  • songwriter
  • actor
  • Vocals
  • guitars
  • piano
  • percussion
  • drums
  • keyboard
Years active1997–present
  • Delta Sound
  • Nogoum Records
  • Ki Records
Nahla El Hagry
(m. 2011; div. 2014)
(m. 2016)

Early life and career edit

Mohamed Hamaki was born on 4 November 1975.[1]

On 3 July 2011, Hamaki was rushed to hospital after suffering multiple heart attacks whilst recording for his album, Mn Alby Baghany .[2]

In September 2021, Hamaki collaborated with the American company Epic Games for a concert in the creative mode of the popular videogame Fortnite. In this concert several of his songs could be heard. Additionally, his song Leilet El Omr was premiered in the same concert, along with this an emote with part of this song was made available for purchase in the game's Item Shop.

Personal life edit

On December 7, 2011 Hamaki Married Nahla El Hagry. They later divorced in 2014. In April 2016, two years after their divorce, Hamaki and Nahla reconciled and remarried. Hamaki announced that his wife had given birth to a girl on June 6, 2017 whom he named Fatma.[3]

Discography edit

References edit

  1. ^ a b "محمد حماقي يمسح دموع طفلة ويغني معها" [Mohamed Hamaki wipes the tears of a child and sings with her] (in Arabic). Al Jaras. Retrieved 3 January 2022.
  2. ^ مصادر: حماقي يخضع الآن لجراحة ثالثة ( محدث) مروة سالم. جي ان فور مي (in Arabic). 4 July 2011. Retrieved 25 August 2011.
  3. ^ "تعرفوا على زوجة محمد حماقي التي تصدرت الترند وقصة انفصالهما وعودتهما" (in Arabic). 23 December 2019. Retrieved 3 January 2022.

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