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Ehab Tawfik (Arabic: إيهاب توفيق (Born January 7, 1966) is an Egyptian singer.Tawfiq learned how to play the lute as a child, and his love for music started when he was nine years old. His first single, "Dany", was released in 1989. His first album Ekminny was released in 1990. In 1995, he received his master's degree for his thesis, The Egyptian Song in the Second Half of the Twentieth Century. Ehab worked toward his Doctorate in Music and Arabic Singing, completed in April 2002. The doctorate was titled The Methods of Performing Arabic Singing in Egypt During the Second Half of the Last Century. He is one of the top singers in the Arab world and is especially revered in his hometown. His greatest exposure as an artist came on 26 February 2001, when he performed for 50,000 people at a benefit concert to raise funds for Iraqis who were maimed during the Gulf War in Baghdad. Ehab signed with record label Alam El Phan in 2007. He has two children, Ahmed and Mahmoud, with his wife Nada. In 2007, Ehab Tawfik received critical acclaim for his song (Arabic: إلا رسول الله, lit. 'Except the Prophet of Allah'). The song was released in response to the Danish cartoons that negatively depicted the prophet. His song Taala Nesameh featured in the Egyptian film Kashf Hesab (2007), starring Nour and Khaled Abol Naga. He was featured on Danish band Outlandish's track "Keep the Record on Play"