The Egyptian media outlet Basma Wahba, along with a number of artists and the general public, entered the queue to prevent a number of festival singers in Egypt from singing the syndicate of the music industry. Basma Wahba criticized the statements of Honey Shaker, the captain of the Egyptian music industry, who praised rap singing, and said that rap singing is different from singing at festivals. I do not understand what you are praising. Because rap singers affected Egyptian song and public taste at the time you decided to ban festival singers. ”
He continued: “You know there are some rap songs that are a thousand times more dangerous than festival songs. I expected Egyptian musicians to quote singers from syndicated Arab bands. Do not tell us about the value of rap art because your son. Your wife loves it.”
She concluded: “You are the captain of the musicians in the country of Egypt. The history sung in it is big, big, important.
Last Wednesday, the Syndicate of Musicians 20 released a resolution banning festival singers from singing and holding concerts, the most prominent of which were Hassan Shakos and Hama Becca.
The union issued a statement in response to the attack by businessman Nakuib Saviris, in which he criticized the union’s decision: “This is the first time I see a captain for singers and I am very proud of being banned from singing. He decides who to ask and who not to ask, not the captain.
The statement added, “Brother Najib, the union’s money is public money, and wasting it is a waste of public money.
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