Superstar، Mohamed Hamaki performed Thursday evening a concert at Cairo’s Chinese Garden، in Nasr City، amid a large crowd.
He performed a number of songs including "Nefsi Abaa Ganbo"، "Wahda Wahda"، "Haga Mestakhabeya"، and "Ma Balash".
The event was for the benefit of Arab Academy for Science Technology and Maritime Transport (AASTMT) college students.
The-42-year old postponed the concert after Al Rawda Mosque attack، which left 305، including 27 children، killed، and 128 injured.
Al-Rawda mosque in the town of Bir al-Abed in Al Arish was targeted during Friday prayers when a number of militants set off a bomb and opened fire on people attending prayers at a mosque in the country's north Sinai region in November.
Noteworthy، Mohamed Hamaki is an Egyptian singer، and one of the Middle East’s adored singers.
Mohamed was born in Cairo in November 4، 1975. He studied music in music school and released his first single in 1997.
Hamaki released his first album in 2003 called "Lets live" which achieved a huge success and encouraged him to release 3 more similar albums، following that، he sang the soundtrack of Ahmed Helmy’s 2006 film “Gaalatny Mogreman” (She Made Me a Criminal).
In 2010، he won the award "Best Arabia Act" at the MTV Europe Music Awards and music award in 2006 for "Ahla Haga Fiki".
He also achieved the MTV music awards as best singer 2008، and also received awards for best album and best video clip in the year 2008.
Hamaki is currently one of the judges of The Voice season 4، along with Elissa Assi El-Hellani، and Ahlam.
Assi El-Hellani is the only remaining judge from the previous season، season 3، after superstars Sherine، Kazem Al-Saher and Saber al-Rubai had left.
MBC TV Network officially announced in a press conference on September 6 the new judges of the Arabian version ‘The Voice’، the Arabic version of Dutch show The Voice of Holland، for the next season.