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It is hard to find artists who have had such a success and image as Ramy Ayach currently has. Ramy Ayach is a Druze Lebanese singer, songwriter, instrumentalist and composer; and is known for his personality, style, and sense of humor. He has managed to not only stay grounded but also maintained an appreciative and positive attitude. In the Middle East, Ramy Ayach is referred to as the Pop Star.
Since his first appearance, Ramy Ayach's talent on stage has charmed audience and committee. His first song Bghanneela Webde'ellah (in English: Performing Just For Her) became a super hit even. The song was written by Michael Jeha and composed by Joseph Jeha, while the Maestro Rafik Hobieka arranged it. This hit track stayed for 8 weeks on the top of the national and International Arabic airplay charts. Bghanneela Webde'ellah also earned Ramy a big nomination for the best song in 1997. This success continued with his first album, 'Ra'eh' (meaning Splendid), that came out in 1997.
Ramy Ayach's hits like 'Ra'eh' and Bghanneela Webde'ellah provided him a chance to make the first international performance tour. He played over 50 concerts starting from his home country Lebanon. He continued his tour and went to Australia, UK, Italy, France, UAE, Kuwait, Jordan, Qatar, Egypt, Tunisia, Germany, and Syria. The album Ra'eh became number one album in Lebanon. It also led Ramy to perform live shows in front of thousands of fans on national television. In 1999, he was signed by Rotana who released his third album entitled Wel'ah. The album spawned a fabulous and irresistible romantic single Shta'tilak- (in English: Missing you so much).
Shta'tilak was written, composed and sung by Ramy Ayach, while the Maestro Ehsan El Monzir arranged it. The song occupied number 1 position on National Airplay, Billboard's National Sales, and International Arabic Airplay. The album's other two songls Sawad Elninny - (Black Eyes) and Wel'ah also received a critical acclaim. Ramy came up with another album named Diwan Al Hobb - (Divan of Love) in 2000. The album spawned songs like Arfeeno - (Knowing You), Khad Hareer - (Smooth Cheek), and Allah Aleak - (Your Amazing) which proved to major hits. The video for Arfeeno spent 4 weeks in the Top Video Charts.
In 2002, Ramy Ayach completed the album titled Albi Mal - (I'm in Love). The album's 8 new tracks cemented Ramy's status as a Professional Pop Star in the Middle Eastern Countries. The track Albi mal went straight on billboard's National sales and Airplay and International Arabic Airplay and occupied number 1 position. Albi Mal was also nominated for Best Arabic vocal performance 2002 and ranked number 1 dance Pop Song 2002 on Disk Jockey's charts all around the Arab World. In 2004, Ramy issued Ya msahar eyni which was produced by Jean Marie Riachi.
Ya msahar evni was Ramy's second collaboration with Jean Marie Riachi. The album became his most successful album topping the music and video charts for months. Ramy's eighth highly anticipated music album, Habbaytak ana, released in December 2006. The title track was described by critics as The new sound of the Arabic music industry. After releasing Habbaytak ana , Ramy was reported several times stating that he has just begun his music career and that he is looking to become the first cross-over artist into the international market.
Well, Ramy Ayach has certainly set his mark in the Arabic pop music and his talent is only just being explored. Who is Ramy Ayach? What is the potential of his talent and why he is famous? Grab tickets to the hand clap feet tap events of Ramy Ayach and get the answers for those questions for yourself!