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سون سافاج: حادث بيروت كان نقطة انطلاقي لأتبع شغفي بالموسيقى

Son Savage: The Beirut incident was my starting point to continue my interest in music

08:33 PM

Sunday 19 September 2021

I wrote – Mona L MagyG:

Emerging Lebanese singer Charbil Kanima, better known by her nickname Sun Savage, recently released a new song on the international video site YouTube and Angami site called “The River”, and her song gets nearly half a million listeners a week on various platforms.

The Beirut-born artist currently tops the international list of most listened songs on the Angami site in the list of Arab artists and ranks ninth in the general category.

In a press release, son Savage said, “My journey began after the shocking incident of the Beirut port explosion, which had a devastating effect on the Lebanese capital a year ago and retreated for decades. Everything will change in a moment without.

He added, “The health crisis and the Beirut port explosion had a huge impact, prompting me to change my priorities in life and devote more time to my interest in music.” The perfect musician and his words talking about loss and inequality are the result of entering into a toxic relationship. The innovative video clip played a major role in the song’s success, depicting the idea of ​​a series of episodes of toxic relationships.

The son collaborated with an elite group of songwriters including Justa Holden, Jeffrey David and Thomas Stingard, whose works have attracted millions of viewers and listeners despite their limited popularity.

In this regard, the Sun said: “During my childhood, I listened to various music styles and melodies from North Africa and the Middle East. International music influenced me, which attracted aspects of my artistic personality.”

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Son Savage explained that he is currently working on gathering the best talents to form a renowned band in the area under the name of Son Savage and the Saints.