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Alam el Phan (Arabic: عالم الفن) (The Music World) is an Egyptian record label based in Cairo that supervises, manages, and produces Arabic music records and movies.

HistoryEdit

Alam el Phan is owned by Mohsen Gaber and, before the emergegence of Rotana production company, Alam elPhan used to be one of the largest music empires in the Middle East. It was home to artists such as Samira Said, Elissa, Diana Karazon, Amr Diab, Angham, Warda, Ahlam, and Ragheb Alama. It also has the largest Arabic-language library of black-and-white movies. It owns two channels: Mazzika and Zoom. International distribution is managed by EMI Arabia. Alam el Phan is owned by the Founon Holding group, a subsidiary of EFG-Hermes.[1]

ArtistsEdit

List of all artists who have been within the company, including former artists and those who have died:

A
B
  • Bashar Darwish
  • Basma
C
  • Cheb Jilani
D
E
F
G
  • George El Rassy
H
I
J
  • Janna & Kenzy
  • Jihan Rateb
  • Jinny
  • Johnny
K
  • Kareem
  • Khaled Ramzy
  • Khaled Selim
L
M
  • Magdy Saad
  • Mahgoub We Maissa
  • Mahmoud El Essaily
  • Mai Selim
  • Malek Jandali
  • Margo Kassar
  • Marwa
  • May Hariri
  • Mayada El Hennawi
  • Medhat Saleh
  • Melissa
  • Miro
  • Mirva
  • Mohamed Fouad
  • Mohamed Kamal
  • Mohamed Mounir
  • Mohamed Tharwat
  • Mostafa Amar
N
  • Nadia Mostafa
  • Nadia Roshdy
  • Nagat
  • Naglaa
  • Nagwan
  • Nawal
  • Nawal Al Zoghbi
  • Nedal Sultan
  • Nicole Saba
R
S
  • Sabah
  • Saber El Robaee
  • Said Morad
  • Sameh El Gharieb
  • Samira Said
  • Samira Tawfiq
  • Samo Zein
  • Sayed Mekkawi
  • Sewar
  • Shahenaz
  • Shaza
  • Sherif Mekkawy
  • Sherine Wagdy
  • Somaya Darweesh
  • Souzan Ghazal
  • Suzanne Tamim
T
U
W
Z
  • Zena

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

External linksEdit

fr:Alam El Phan

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