Nasr Mahrous was born at home in Heliopolis, Cairo, the son of Mahrous Abdel Masih and Mathilda Botros. He is the second elder brother to three sisters, and two brothers Amir Mahrous and Hani Mahrous both sound engineers. Nasr was educated in a public school in Heliopolis.
He started at an early age in the world of music, working with his father who working in Cairo and surrounding villages with artists such as Mohamed Roshdy, Karem Mahmoud, Moharram Fouad and Mohamed Kandeel. Mr Mahrous has worked with female artists such as Nadia Mostafa, and Sabrine. He owns two recording studios (M-Sound 1 and M- Sound 2) which are run by his sons Amir Mahrous and Hani Mahrous.
He worked as a cassette distributor for the albums his father produced. His brother Amir Mahrous was working with him, they travelled from town to town and village to village all over Egypt distributing their Father’s productions.
Father and son never stopped working together, they release albums produced by the father and labeled and distributed by Free Music.
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