Ramy Ayach life and biography

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Ramy Ayach biography

Date of birth : 1980-08-18
Date of death : -
Birthplace : Baakleen, Lebanon
Nationality : Lebanese
Category : Arts and Entertainment
Last modified : 2011-04-19
Credited as : Arabic music singer, PopStar, Top 100 Sexiest Arab Men

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Ramy Ayach, also written Rami Ayach or Rami Ayyash was born on the 18th of August 1980 in Baakleen Lebanon. He belongs to the Druze Community. Rami is also a great composer and songwriter. He is often referred to as the ''PopStar''.

Ramy started to get known in Lebanon in 1996, after winning the Gold Medal in a talent TV show called ‘Studio El Fan’, which aired on the Lebanese Broadcasting Corporation - LBC. Ayach first album, released the following year, was entitled (Raeh).

In 1999, Ramy joined Rotana, a leading record label in the Middle East, with whom he released his album ‘Welah’. It was followed by "Diwan Al Hobb'' in 2000.

It was however only until the year 2002 that Ramy really hit stardom all across the Arab World, with his hit song ‘Albi Mal''. The music video that emphasized on Ramy''s sex appeal also won ‘Best Music Video’ at the Arabic Music Awards that year. This hit song, alongside others like the remake of an old classic by the legendary Wadi El Safi ‘Allailo Ya Layla'', were released in his album also entitled Albi Mal.

In 2004, Ramy released one of his most successful albums to date‘Ya Mshar Ayni''. In 2006, he released another very interesting remake of a French track, entitled Habaytak Ana.

In 2009, he joined Jean-Marie Riachi for the album Belaaks. The song Belaaks (On the Contrary) is a duetto with Abeer Nehme and is an oriental jazz arrangement of the famous song Quizás, quizás, quizás in Lebanese dialect.

Rami Ayach ranked 10th in the official Top 100 Sexiest Arab Men 2010 list.


Raeeh: released in 1998
Moujeza: released in 1999
WalAah: released in 2000
Dewan Al houb: released in 2001
Albi Mal: released in 2002
Ya Msahar Ayni: released in 2004
Habbaytak Ana: released in 2006

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