Artist Majid Al Mohandas (Archive)
Saturday, April 8, 2023 / 12:42
Songs are an important source of entertainment and enjoyment and often have a significant impact on people’s feelings and memories. Among these songs, which managed to make a strong comeback through the “Tik Tok” platform, is the song “Rufof Al Memories” by Iraqi artist Majid Al Mohandas.
The song was released in 2018 and is from the “Sweetest Memories” album, but it has resurfaced in a big way these days through the “Tik Tok” app, after users started resorting to videos featuring challenges and school memory photos. Days, classes and friends, and the song’s lyrics “I was scrolling through the shelves of memories.. found nothing but echoes from memory.”
Users started uploading their videos using this song in challenges on the “Tik Tok” platform, and over time, these videos went viral, causing the song to become popular again on the “Tik Tok” platform. “Tik Tok” was one of the most popular songs of this period, according to the site’s terms.
This success of the song is due to many factors including the topic which is very popular in Arab communities, the song’s content which talks about memories and past days. The melody of the song is simple and romantic, and suitable for use in various times and challenges where music is needed.
According to the statistics of the “Tik Tok” site, this song is most popular among users between 25 and 34 years of age. As for the countries where this song is popular, they are Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and Bahrain.
In addition, the song’s video posted on YouTube has received nearly 35 million views to date, reflecting the song’s popularity among audiences and the song’s great ability to positively impact listeners.
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