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Video: Egypt's Ramadan and Morocco's Lamjarred trend with 'Ensay'

A new music video produced by Ramadan featuring the Moroccan star has topped the trend in Egypt in few hours

Eslam Omar , Sunday 21 Jul 2019
Views: 2415
Views: 2415

Two of the most selling music video makers of the region, Egyptian actor and rapper Mohamed Ramadan and Moroccan singer Saad Lamjarred has collaborated in a new song entitled 'Ensay' Forget.

The 7-minute video gained millions of views since its release early Thursday and quickly became the number one trend in Egypt and many Arab counries.

Mohamed Ramadan & Saad Lamjarred - Ensay [Music Video] / محمد رمضان وسعد المجرد - إنساي

Ensay is a new experience for the 30-year-old actor as its style is relatively away from his typical braggadocious rap tune instead the due bragged their ex-girlfriends.

Lamjarred, who gained popularity by hit song Lamallem (750M) is probably the best selling Arab singer on digital platforms with his channel subscribed by 7.5M and his videos is viewed around 2 billion time.

The song produced by Ramadan and was published on his own Youtube page, subscribed by 5.5 million because of many hit songs like Mafia (133M), Number One (110 M) and El-Makek (97M) in addition to clips from his various TV series and films including Ibn Halal (2014), Nesr El-Seid (2018) El-Ostora (2016) 'The Legend' that is used as his nickname in Ensay.

Ramadan's last song 'Baba', a typical bragging song used the success of his last series  'Zilzal' Earthquake, was launched by Saudi mega production company Rotana on its various platforms gaining 20 millions of views as the company is on a contract with Ramadan as a singer.

The 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.

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