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Sherine Abdel Wahhab, Sherine Ahmed, Egyptian singer, born on the 10th of October 1980 in Cairo, Egypt. She spent her childhood in a small neighborhood in Kalaa
She graduated from the music academy with a degree in music.
Shereen's first album in 2002 was with the singer Tamer Hosni produced by Free Music Production. It was her debut album; she had solo and duet songs. Her beginning was a huge success. Nasr Mahrous was her manager and representator. The song that drew her way to fame "Ah Ya leil", it spread to the whole Middle East, her vocal abilities amazed everyone. This song kept on rolling in all radio stations and night clubs for a really long time. Her first album alone was released in 2003 titled "Garh Tani". Her high pitched voice makes her unique among all the artists today, the way she manipulates her voice is a hard technique and yet she had succeeded in showing it. This album was a true boom in her career. From hereafter, her popularity increased. Her second album "Sabri Aleel" included multi-layered voices. She released an unofficial album "Balak" with songs of Tamer Hosny. Later she released "Lazem Eiish", best selling of the year. In 2005 single "Ma Btefrahsh" was released on Melody Hits in a video clip, and then "Mafeesh Marra" a hip song. She performed in a comedy movie "Medo Mashakel" where she sang "Balak" which didn’t get any consideration. In 2006, she also performed songs for the movie "An el-Ish' wel-Hawa". She dedicated a song for Lebanon titled "Lebnan fel alb" during the Israeli-Lebanese conflict in July 2006.
In February 2007, she sang a duet with Hani Shaker "Qalbi leek", a song that joined the most romantic voices from the Arab world. In May 2007, "Ma Sherebtesh Men Nilha" was released and dedicated to her home country Egypt.
She ended her contract with her former producer Nasr Mahrous and the Egyptian Musician association after many lawsuits. Shireen was banned to perform in Egypt because of the problems she faced with Mahrous. She performed in many festivals all around the world; her tour in USA in 2006 was a successful one and bonded the Arabs abroad.
No matter how we praise Shereen, words won't describe truly the uniqueness of her voice. She reaches everyone's heart and builds a strong bond with her fans and audience.