Mohamed Mounir was born in the mid-1950 from an affluent Nubian family, in Aswan, Egypt. He served with the Egyptian army in the mid-1970
Nubians are dark-skinned people of mixed descent of the Arabs and the Nubian music is known for its smooth and distinctive rhythms. Muhammad Munir's voice from his early age goes well with all levels.
He migrated with his Nubian family after the water flood to Cairo, where he studied art at the University of Cairo.during his studies at the university, Munir started singing and continued his musical career during his military service.
All the characteristics of his voice made him a singer even outside Egypt as well, despite the multiplicity of the tunes that dominated the Arab pop-Egyptian.
Mohammed Munir appeared in concerts wearing jeans on the stage, dancing and jumping and singing at the microphone, he is not even like other artists. However, after this he has been welcomed by the Arab World, and accepted him, made him a national figure, and so opened the door for other artists of the Nubians.
Munir's work with drummer Yehya Khalil in 1980 involved four albums: Shababik, Etkalemy, Bareek, Wasat AlNubia,he had all tools and the West Nubian and Arabic words for these songs, and all that was needed was the voice of Muhammad Munir, and this kind of songs has immediate success for Muhammad Munir and his songwriting.
And Mohammad Mounir has admitted that it was important to create a natural balance between the music and new technology and this is what is achieved in his work.
Since 1978 he has released nearly 20 albums of Muhammad Munir under the headings: Mishwar, Ana Albi Maskin (shaabiya), Efta7 kalbak, Ahmar Shafayef ...
Munir's song "Hdutta Misriyya" has become as an antheme that the Egyptians repeat always since it carries the story of the State in which the grips of the political and cultural constraints show in the song, and which appeared in the film by Youssef Chahine.
This work gave the opportunity for Muhammad Munir to show in the television series and films and plays.
His music influenced many of the people and has won the respect of which, he carried the cases of every Egyptian in his music, and topics that reflected the cultural, religious and political problems.
Mohammad Munir adheres so much to Islam and defends his religion and the dignity of the nation in various ways.
Mohamed Mounir experience will remain as distinctive and important. The risk he took in the release of the Album "Daneb" is also unforgettable.