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Video: Egyptian band Sharmoofers is back with new single 'Zamba'

New track, Zamba, is a fun and energetic song by Sharmoofers, produced by Sary Hany.

Ahram Online , Friday 7 Sep 2018
Zamba | Sharmoofers and Sary Hany
Views: 3970
Views: 3970

Egyptian two-member band Sharmoofers released a music video on Monday for the second single of their new album. The single, named ‘Zamba’, was produced by Sary Hany. The first single released from the new album was Moftaqed El Habiba, five months ago.

"For all exhausted employees, Zamba is out to save your life from the corporate life," Shamroofers stated through their Facebook page, adding that creating Zamba cost them 'many nights of hard work and exhaustion'.

Zamba is a typical summer pop tune inspiring listeners to move, dance and feel optimistic through its party lyrics, energetic arrangement and colorful rhythmic video that includes dancing and stylish beach-parties and models.

The single is promising to be among the band's most viewed video, as it now been viewed almost a million times in three days since its release. Their most viewed song was Khamsa Santy, a song that propelled them into fame four years ago by exceeding 7 million views. Meanwhile, their top video Youtube is from the film Hepta, published two years ago it is available on the channel The Producers Films.

Shamroofers, composed of Ahmed Bahaa and Mohamed El-Arkan, are one of the most well-known bands in Egypt, however slightly reclusive, they do not perform as often as hardcore fans would prefer.

Sary Hany, a young successful advertising music producer who launched his studio Key66 late 2014, has made his name known by collaborating with many famous bands in Egypt including Cairokee, and his last album El-Madina was a collaboration with known rapper Zap Tharwat, realesed early this summer featuring many known singers including Hamza Namera, Mahmoud El-Esseily and Amir Eid.

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