Watch! Ramy Essam Band Live,
Jan 24th @ G Livelab Helsinki
10th Anniversary of Egyptian Revolution
حفلة رامى عصام مع الباند لايف ٢٤يناير
للذكرى العاشرة للثورة المصرية
Band: Samuli Kivelä (gtr), Jesper Anastasiadis (bass), Aleksi Kinnunen (drs).
Artists at Risk G Livelab Helsinki, Finland Rockway, Finland Art Veda, Tunis CCCB, Barcelona Stalker/NoWorking, Rome ZKM - Zentrum für Kunst und Medien Karlsruhe, Germany Club Tenco - Premio Tenco, Italy World Social Forum 2021 Peace Day City of Helsinki, Finland Kone Foundation, Finland Suomen Kulttuurirahasto, Finland Creative Europe, European Union
Ramy Essam – Ya Habayebna (Oh You Loved Ones) رامى عصام - يا حبايبنا
Rock artist and human rights defender Ramy Essam is considered to be one of the loudest voices of today. His resilient journey from the hub of the Egyptian revolution to the international stages has included viral hits and awards as well as moments of struggle. With his background in being the voice of the streets of his country, Ramy today stands for social justice and human rights worldwide.
Ramy’s music is rock with Egyptian flavor and hiphop influences, inspired by hard rock and grunge. He sings in both Egyptian Arabic and English.
Ramy has received plenty of awards for his music and activism. The latest prize, Premio Grup Yorum was honored by Club Tenco / Premio Tenco in Italy, 2020. In 2019 Ramy was awarded the Václav Havel Prize of Creative Dissent by the Human Rights Foundation. Watch Ramy's speech >
Ramy’s videos have been viewed over 30 million times across different platforms. One of his biggest hits is Segn Bel Alwan (feat. Malikah) a song about imprisoned women and gender equality, which has over 7 million views on YouTube.
“Music is the strongest peaceful weapon in the world.”