Ahmed Ezzat

Ahmed Ezzat
Ahmed Ezzat

Ahmed Ezzat has a Starscore of 299,798 and is No.13771 today on the Global social media chart

With a total of 55,311 Twitter followers, 2,884,852 Facebook fans and 10,892,602 YouTube views. Today Ahmed Ezzat did not gain any YouTube views, gained 30 Twitter followers and gained 2,596 Facebook fans. His social media ranking has moved up 1 place in the daily R&B Chart to no.165 and remains at no.133 in the all time R&B Chart.

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Ahmed Ezzat (Ahmed Ezzat Moustafa Mohamed) a new born star for his phenomenal singing talent had his first glow to life on the 11th of September 1989 in Cairo, Egypt. he graduated from (Faculty of Arts A.S.U) Drama & Theatrical Criticism, Loves Singing, Acting, Writing and Composing by his talent from a young age. he began his artistic career since the days of school when he was a member of school musical team, he got the first place on the level of the Republic on individual singing in high school and then participated in a small musical team was called the "Kaza Mood Arabia". Ahmed Ezzat joined to Star Academy program season number 8 in Lebanon, he passed all the tests to be one of the finalists and got the second place with 29% votes. Ahmed Ezzat appeared at the first time on Star Academy's theater with (Ya Blady) song which made all the Egyptians loved him and crying splendor of his performance of the song which glorifies martyrs of the Egyptian revolution Then after the song appeared Voice of Freedom, and later included several songs (Touba - Ala A'ad El Shoo' - Dehk We La'ab - Jabbar). Ahmed Ezzat presents all colors of music on the stage of Star Academy Program "Lebanese, Egyptian and Gulf" he have a distinctive personality and a great sense. Even now he has lot of fans especially after record their first religious prayer "Ya Rab" and it is the headset is always on the Star FM last Ramadan's response was act on the prayer, and then record the successive collection of songs starting with "Sam'a, Khalek Tayeb, Bent W Walad, Ramadan Fe Masr, Wallah Mahy Far'a, Mat Shaheed, Maa'ky, Insan Da'eef prayer and B7bk Kol Sanya". Ahmed Ezzat performed in many concerts inside and outside Egypt, the first concert was in Dubai 3th of November 2011, then the second concert at Sakiet El-Sawy Culturewheel in Cairo city in Egypt 31th of January 2012, the third concert in Alexandria city in Egypt 17th of Feb 2012, the fourth concert at Villa Hassan Fahmy Giza city in Egypt 16th of April 2012, the fifth concert at the Children's Cancer Hospital 57357 30th of Aug 2012, the Sixth concert on Sakiet El-Sawy Culturewheel Egypt 11th of September 2012, the Seventh ay American University in Cairo (AUC) Terry Fox Marathon Concert 17th of November 2012, and finally at Resala Masr El.Gededa The Orphan Kids Concert in Cairo, Egypt 5th April 2013. his ambition is to be the first artist in the Arab world, so he entered after Star Academy encouraged friends and the desire to achieve the dream of his father, his family and be proud of his art and fame. Singles 1- Ramadan Fe Masr 2- Wallah Mahy Far'a 3- Mat Shaheed" 4- Maa'ky 5- Insan Da'eef 6- Ba7bk Kol Sanya Awards Best Rising Male Singer At Dgfest Festival 2011 Best Rising Male Singer From Modern Avenue Awards 2013 Best Rising Male Singer At Dgfest Festival 2012 Ressala Encouragement Awards 2014 Egyptian Revolution One year after former President Hosni Mubarak stepped down, Ahmed Ezzat Singing a song named "Mat Shaheed", and released it in conjunction with a music video showing pictures of the martyrs who died in the uprising. He supported the Egyptian Revolution of June against former President Mohammed Morsi and he went to Tahrir Square.