Ayman Alatar

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Ayman Alatar
Born (1982-03-06) 6 March 1982 (age 40)
Tripoli, Libya
GenresLibyan, Arabic
Years activeFrom 1992 up to now
LabelsMusic Master (2005) - Rotana from (2009) to (2011) - Rotana from (2014) up to now
Websitewww.aymanalatar.com

Ayman Alatar (Arabic: أيمن الأعتر‎) is a Libyan singer. Alatar was the winner of Super Star 2,[1] the pan-Arab version of Pop Idol in 2004.

Before entering the Superstar competition, Ayman was a dentistry student.[citation needed]

Alatar was the winner of first Libyan song festival 2001. In 2002, he attended the second Libyan song festival as an honorary participant with his song (Ya Zaman Esogher) . He was the winner of Arab Super Star season 2, 2004, the Arabic version of American Idol.

He released his first album 2005 called Bahebak, and music video for the hit song: Bahebak and a single and music video in 2013 called Halba, and another single and music video in 2014 called Yal Aziz . He released his new album "HAL EL AWADEM" in November 2014 with Rotana Label, and the music video of the song HAL EL AWADEM.

Discography[edit]

  • 2005 Bahibak
  • 2014 Hal El Awadem

References[edit]

  1. "Millions pick Libyan as Arab singing idol", Chicago Tribune, p. 6, 2004-08-30
Preceded by
Diana Karazon
Super Star
Winner

Season 2 (2004)
Succeeded by
Ibrahim El Hakami


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