Egyptian singer Ahmed Chad, a syndicate of musicians in Egypt, has decided to stop singing in Egypt as a result of his violations.
The suspension, which he signed last month for failing to pay a fine of ஆயிரம் 20,000, was followed by a concert he held on the North Beach, which the union considered a blow to its end, and decided to stop singing by flash. Also do not sing with a band of less than 8 musicians.
The Syndicate of Musical Professions issued a statement yesterday evening suspending Ahmed Sath, saying: He must pay a fine for violating its results, and the penalty is canceled in the event of payment. Rated.
Ahmed Sad’s latest work is Mustafa Hajjaj’s song “A Al-Dogri”, which was released on YouTube last September, and was composed and distributed by Muhammad Abdel Monim, in the words of the poet Mustafa Hassan. Mixed by Elhami Dehima.
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