Sherif Ismail Kamel and Bushra have released a new album together, “Baad El Gharam,” (After Love) under the record label Columbia/ Future and distributed by EMI Arabia.
The album features four individual songs by each singer and two duets, one of them composed by Serif. These two gifted stars are on the rise together with the success of their new album.
Bushra was born in England and returned to Egypt at a young age to begin her academic education, studying music and ballet at the Cairo Opera House for eleven years. She was discovered by an international director at the age of nine, and at fifteen she was making appearances on several satellite channels.
Bushra appeared in the popular television series “Shabab On Line,” followed by “El’amma Nour” (Aunt Nour) with the famous Egyptian actress Nabila Ebeid.
Bushra then entered the movie industry where she proved herself as an actor.
She was signed by ‘Future Music Production Company,’ and her first release under their label was the duet “Tabat W Nabat” with young singer Mahmoud El Esseily.
Sherif Ismail Kamel was not quite ten years old when he first joined Egypt’s coral team (what is this?) with the Ministry of Culture. He majored in
accounting at Cairo University and went on to study business administration. Sherif earned his place as one of the greatest performers of the University. He performed with well-known groups such as ‘Yehia Ghanam’ (Love Lives) and ‘Ayamna El Helwa’ (Our Beautiful Days) in concerts at the Cairo Opera House, Sakyet El Sawy, and the Gomhoria Stage.
When Sherif joined ‘Future Music Production Company,’ he released his first clip “Talat Erbaa,” where he met the famous Bushra.