Aida el Ayoubi (born 1964 in Aachen, Germany from a German mother and an Egyptian father and raised in Egypt) is an Egyptian singer, songwriter and guitarist. She graduated from The American University in Cairo in the mid 1980s with Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and Computer Science, and gained fame in the early 1990s in Egypt and the Middle East.
She completed three albums before going into a career hiatus following her first-born.
She made her come back with the non commercial sufi music tape 2004 which was given to the Egyptian TV and broadcasted partially in Ramadan and some programs.
After more than ten years in retirement, Ayoubi produced a new three-track album, Tawasul wa Ragaa’ bi Jah Sidna. It is entirely religion-themed.
As the production of the sufi music developed to an Egyptian German project to be released soon, Potsch Potschka already released one of the new compositions ”Burda Part 1″ which is one of the most famous poems dedicated to Prophet Mohamed on his album “Varieties Of Truth“ 18. March 2011 as part of his collection.
In 2011, Aida released a Single Song called Bahebek Yabaldy after the Egyptian Revolution & Ya El Midan featuring Cairokee band which is also about the Egyptian Revolution in Tahrir Square in November 2011.
* Ala Bali 1991
* Men Zaman 1993
* Rafik Omry 1996