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Egyptian star Mohamed Ramadan raps about coronavirus in new music video

Ramadan released his new music video Corona Virus on YouTube today

Ahram Online , Thursday 11 Jun 2020
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In his new music video released on YouTube, Corona Virus, Mohamed Ramadan raps about the virus while stressing the importance of taking precautions during the pandemic.

"I am a gentleman, I wear gloves and a face mask; I don't hug. This way I am safe," he raps to rhythmic music and dynamic and colourful visuals.

Playfully, the song stresses the importance of disinfecting, physical distancing and attentiveness to measures that can help people avoid contracting coronavirus.

Without making any clear statements about his new music video, Ramadan gave a hint on social media about his new song-in-the-making in mid-May. 

On 15 May, he posted a 40-second-long video in which he is in a car with his daughter Hanin, as he raps a short line from the newly released song.

Just eight hours after Ramadan's release of the song Corona Virus, the video received over 700,000 views on YouTube.

Music to Corona Virus is by El Power El 3aly who also worked on the lyrics together with Bldozer. The music arrangement is by Wessam Abdel Munem. 

 

 

Mohamed Ramadan initially gained famed as one of Egypt's most popular film and television actors.

Over the past year, Ramadan has also turned to singing, attracting a large number of fans for his clips and occasional concerts.

Having signed a singing contract with Rotana in 2019, Ramadan released the song 'Baba', the video clip for which garnered over 30 million views in its first few weeks after release.

On 1 January, Ramadan released another music video on his YouTube channel titled Bum Bum which brought 108 million views until date, followed by Enta Gad3 released in March 2020.

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