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Mohamed Ramadan’s song Number One hits number one on Youtube

The song has already made headlines since it's release on 22 June

Ahram Online , Monday 2 Jul 2018
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Mohamed Ramadan (Photo: part of promotional material)
Views: 8548
Views: 8548

The music video for Egyptian actor Mohamed Ramadan’s song titled Number One has made it to 9 million views in it’s first week, ranking it as the top ‘most viewed’ video on Youtube this week.

The song had already garnered 1 million views in the first 15 hours of it’s release on 22 June. On his Facebook page Ramadan thanked his audiences warmly for the support.

The Ramadan television series Nesr El-Saeed (Eagle of the South) in which Ramadan was starring in this year was also ranked with the highest views on Youtube during that month.

The actor was recently a guest with Osama Kamal on the DMC Night Show, explaining how the song celebrates, documents, and owns the success that he has worked hard for years to earn.

“A person who doesn’t celebrate or announce his success is wasting it. Even AbdelHalim Hafez said it in his song El-Nageh Yerfa3 Eedo (Raise Your Hand if You Succeeded),” Ramadan said on the show.

In the meantime, the actor also plays a role in upcoming film Batal El-Alam (The World Champion), which is currently in production, written by Mohamed Abdelmoaty. The film will reportedly be released by the end of 2018.

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