When Arabic Music Meets Hollywood, CA
Eiman Hamza, an Egyptian American singer and songwriter, debuted her first show at the historical Hotel Cafe in Los Angeles, CA. Born in Los Angeles, CA and raised by Egyptian parents, she fearlessly connects to her Egyptian roots and creates music that blends the American and Arab cultures.
Los Angeles is known to be a melting pot of people and cultures. It is no surprise that when Eiman Hamza announced her first show in Hollywood, tickets sold out in a few days!
Los Angeles records the third-largest concentration of Arab Americans in the United States, based on a 2021 study. Detroit, MI records 403,445 residents of Arabic origin, followed by New York with 371,233, and Los Angeles with 308,295.
From viral TikTok videos to an incredible stage presence, Eiman Hamza is a natural entertainer and artist. She has released original music; “Free Me”, “Don’t Wake Me Up” and “Fly Away”, as well as releasing several reinterpreted covers; “POPSTAR” originally by DJ Khaled and Drake, and “Desert Rose” by Sting and Cheb Mami.
Nancy Ajram, Fairuz, and Amr Diab are some of the most famous Arabic singers with millions of followers and fans all over the world. Eiman Hamza is the new face of Arabic music.
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