Amr Mostafa's mark
EMI Music Arabia is proud to announce the immediate release of this phenomenal album which deserves mainstream exposure all over the Middle East and is destined to be a smash in Europe.
Amr Mostafa is arguably one of the most important hit machine producers from the region and he is back with his second Album “Alama Fe Hyatak” (A mark in your life.) The first Album by Amr, which was considered controversial for many reasons, was a smashing success. He has now firmly stamped himself as a superstar artist and is renowned now for his wonderful voice and his exceptional genius music talent that he producer.
Amr Mostafa needs no introduction, however “for the record” he is the writer and producer of some of Arabia’s biggest hits and for some of the biggest stars- He was the man behind many hits including Amr Diab’s “Ana Ayesh” (I am alive), Shireen- “Taman Albek” (Calm yourself), Samira Saed/Cheb Mami “Youm warra youm” (Day after day) and the 2007 biggest smash “Ahla Haga feeki” (The best thing about you) by Hamaki just to name a few.
The new album is full of rich crossover content which has been recorded in many parts of the world including Spain and Hungary, The genius content and outstanding music production is what “Alama Fe Hyatak” is all about!
The highlights include:
- Opening Track, “Awel Maal” what a great start with this terrific upbeat/Energitic track.
- “Yashad Alia” Only one time you listen to this track and you’re hooked, the tune is like magic keeps on looping in your head whether or not the song is playing!
- Title Track “Alama Fe Hyatak” is a very catchy tune that is going to be another big Hit; you will certainly love this one!
- “Yarit” & “Mansash” another upbeat tracks with lyrics that have the effect of strong Magnet, play them loud!
- “Ayamna”: one of the most radio/club friendly tracks in the album, just PLAY IT LOUD!
Track listing is as follows:
1. Awel Maawl
2. Alama Fe Hyatak
4. Halemt Bik
5. Yashad Alia (Original)
6. Saraht Fik
8. Zaalan Alik
10. Yashad Alia (remix)
11. Law Fi Hayaty (Thousands of Miles)