Amr Daib was born in Port Said, Egypt into an artistic family. His father Abdul Basset Diab worked for the Suez Canal Corporation where he was chairman of Marine Construction and Shipbuilding. He possessed a fine singing voice and encouraged the young Amr to sing. One evening, when Amr was only 6 years old, his father took him to the July 23rd Festival at Port Said. There they visited the local broadcasting station and Amr made his first singing appearance on Egyptian Radio performing the National Anthem "Biladi, Biladi"...
Asalah was born in Damascus, Syria. She has been active since 1991. She has two children: Sham and Khaled from her first husband Ayman Al Zahabi. They were divorced in 2005. Then she married Tarek Al Eryan who is a famous director in 2006. Her late father Mostafa Nasri was a well known singer in Syria. He discovered her talent for singing and pushed her into the career when she was 4 years old to perform children's, patriotic and religious songs.
Samo Zaen a Syrian Singer, he was born in Kuwait in November 10th. After finishing his secondary studies he traveled to London to study engineering. where he worked for several years as an engineer sound, then decides to return to Kuwait to set up his own company 'Twitter audio equipment' specializes in audio equipment. He launched his first album titled 'Mili Ya helwa ' who was produced by 'EL-Kheyol Company'.
Elissa was born to Lebanese father and a Syrian mother, Elissa was raised in the The Bekaa valley in Lebanon. She earned a degree in Political Science from the Lebanese University. She is a Maronite Catholic. Elissa's father, Zakaria Khoury, who studied and taught Arabic literature, died of cancer in 2004. Elissa has 3 brothers and 2 sisters, and she is the fifth child. Elissa usually mentions her brother Kamil, who's a DJ, and plans to release his own album soon and her sister Marina who is married and living in Canada.
Mohamed Nour is an Egyptian singer and composer. His love for the violin and the passion of his lyrics are all indications of a very talented artist. He is one of the founders of WAMA (band) and is considered the vocal power behind it. His participation at an early age in international concerts, playing alongside big stars like Rachid Taha and Cheb Khaled , has added value and experience and has helped him mature into a serious artist. He looks up to Mohamed Abdel Wahab and Michael Bolton .
Ajram was born to Nabil Ajram and Rimonda Oun on May 16, 1983 in Achrafieh, a district of East Beirut Lebanon. In 1995, at the age of twelve, Nancy Ajram took part in the entertainment show, Noujoum Al-Moustakbal, ("Stars of the Future"), a Lebanese television musical competition, winning a gold medal in the Tarab category after singing a song by Umm Kulthum.