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The heart and soul of Mazzika Group lies in the ownership of the largest audio and video library in The Middle East. The Group’s music library includes its own music production, in addition to priceless music catalogues acquired from other production companies since the early 1950’s and the rights of all the compositions by some of Egypt and the Arab World’s most celebrated composers as Baligh Hamdi, Mohamed Abdel Wahab, and Mohamed El Mogy. 

Mazzika Group’s actual treasure lies in its acquisition of the timeless catalogue of the legendary Umm Kulthum. The musical content from Alam El Phan, Sout El Phan and Voice of Lebanon translates to the complete work of legends such as, Abdel Halim, Mohamed Abdel Wahab, Warda, Farid El Atrash, and Sabah. In addition to the entire collection of Abdel Halim’s movies.




Mohamed Abdel Wahab (1901 – 1991), was a prominent 20th-century Egyptian singer, actor, and composer. He’s best known for his romantic and Egyptian patriotic songs. He composed “Ya Beladi”, the national anthem of Libya from 1951 to 1969 and again since 2011. He also composed the national anthem of Tunisia, “Humat al-Hima”, and many Egyptian nationalist songs like “Ya Masr tam El-Hanna”, “Hay Ala El-Falah”, “Masr Nadetna falbena El-nedaa”, “Oulo le Masr”, “Hob El-watan Fard Alyi”, “Sout El-Gamaheer”, and “Ya Nessmet El-Horria”.

His repertoire contains around  300 tracks. Visit here


Baligh Hamdi  (1931 – 1993) is an Egyptian composer who created hit songs for many prominent Arabic singers, especially during the 1960s and 1970s.

He started his musician career as a singer, but very soon he turned to composing, and his compositions got good acceptance in the mid-1950s. In the late 1950s, and for the following two decades he was one of the most popular, successful, and productive composers in the Arab world. His repertoire consists of over 250 tracks.


Aly Ismail (1922 – 1974) was an Egyptian musician and composer of the Palestinian national anthem. His compositions are used in over 350 Egyptian movies and is considered one of the greatest musicians in Egypt and the Arab world.

He has composed music for Reda’s Troupe and conducted its orchestra and his repertoire contains over 700 tracks. Visit here


Ahmed Ramy (1892 – 1981) was an Egyptian poet, songwriter and translator. He is best known for writing lyrics for the Egyptian singers Umm Kulthum and Mohamed Abdel Wahab.
Ramy was also a translator; his works include translations of several of Shakespeare’s plays and the quatrains of the Persian poet Omar Khayyám.

His repertoire contains around 350 tracks.


Mohamed El-Mogy (1923 – 1995) was an Egyptian composer. He composed most of the successful tracks for the legends Umm Kulthum, Abdel Halim Hafez, Fayza Ahmed and much more. His repertoire contains around 1700 tracks


Maamoun Al-Shinnawi (1914 – 1994) was a prominent Egyptian poet and lyricist.He was able to satisfy all tastes with his lyrics. He wrote 4 songs for Umm Kulthum “ Ansak”, “ We Daret ElAyam”.

He also wrote some of the most heard songs till now for Farid El Atrash, Abdel Halim Hafez and many more.


Reyad Mohamed El Sonbaty (1906 – 1981) is a 20th-century Egyptian composer and musician who is considered an icon of Egyptian Music. The number of his lyric works is 539 works in Egyptian Opera, operetta, cinematic and religious song, poem, Taqtouqa and Mawalia. He composed for many famous Arab singers like: Umm Kulthum,  Asmahan, Warda Al-Jazairia, Najat Al Saghira, Mounira El Mahdeya, Fayza Ahmed, Saleh Abdel Hai, Souad Mohamed, Aziza Galal and others.

His repertoire contains over 300 tracks.


Mohamed Hamza (1940 – 2010) was an Egyptian poet and lyricist.

He wrote almost 1200 songs, 37 of them for the legend Abdel Halim Hafez.

He wrote many famous songs for  Fayza Ahmed, Shadia, Hany Shaker, Samira Said and many more.


Omar Khairat (1948) is a composer, pianist and conductor. He enriched Arab music with great symphonic pieces and composed many successful works. Omar Khairat discovered new musical dimensions in the emotions and memories of the Egyptian and Arab personality.

Khairat also rearranged works of the great composer Mohamed Abdel Wahab like Wahabiat 1 and 2 in addition to songs of Umm Kulthum which achieved great success due to his achievement of developing his own signature style of composing. His repertoire contains around 100 of his great symphonic pieces.
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Hany Shenouda (1943) is an Egyptian composer and music arranger. He founded and led one of the first bands in Egypt, Al-Masriyyin, in 1977. He composed many successful tracks which exceeded till now 900 tracks.
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Shaker El Mogy is an Egyptian singer, composer and poet. He took the stage name Shaker El Mogy in respect for his famous uncle Mohamed El Mogy.

His repertoire contains over 200 tracks.


Mazzika is the largest musical video library in the Middle east. The library contains content from old concerts for the most famous artists such as Abdel Halim Hafez and Umm Kulthum to the most recent releases of the stars like Amr Diab, Tamer Hosny, Amal Maher, Nawal El Zoghbi and more.