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Video: Mohamed Ramadan trends with new song Baba

Baba, a typically braggadocious rap tune, whose lyrics plays on the success of his late series Earthquake, is the actor's first song with Saudi's Rotana

Eslam Omar , Friday 21 Jun 2019
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Views: 3222

Egyptian actor Mohamed Ramadan has released his latest music video Baba on Tuesday topping the trend in Egypt and breaking the first million views in a few hours.

The typically braggadocious rap tune, the style with which Ramadan broke records as a singer, is his first collaboration with Saudi mega production company Rotana after their recent contract.

"I am an earthquake that shakes mountains," say the lyrics, playing on the success of his latest TV series entitled Zilzal (Earthquake), directed by Ibrahim Fakhr and written by Abdel-Rahim Kamal, which gained wide popularity during the season of Ramadan.

Mohamed Ramadan ... BABA - Video Clip

The 30-year-old successful entertainer gained huge popularity with a number of films that have been criticised for violence, including Abdo Mota (2012), El-Almany (2012) and Qalb Al-Assad (2013), which was named after Van Damme's 1990s film Lionheart.

Since then and despite the controversy, Ramadan has proven his talent and popularity with films like El-Kenz, Jawab Itiqal and Akher Deek Fe Masr, all of which came out in 2017.

His TV series have also brought him fame, including Ibn Halal (2014) and the smash hit El-Ostora (2016), followed by Nesr El-Seid (2018).

Ramadan is also a breakout star in music with a number of rap songs, including Number One, which has over 106 million views on YouTube, Al-Malek, with 93 million views, and Mafia, at 125 million views.

His last music video on his YouTube is entitled The Moon, is produced by Synergy, and gained almost 20 million views in one month.

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