November 29, 2022

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"What is happening in Lebanon is a heinous crime. I intend to emigrate to Egypt or the United Arab Emirates."

“What is happening in Lebanon is a heinous crime. I intend to emigrate to Egypt or the United Arab Emirates.”

The Lebanese singer, Chad Ramadan, expressed his “firm opinion” about the crisis facing Lebanon at various levels, pointing to the possibility of his desire to emigrate.

Chad Ramalan described the current situation in Lebanon as “bad”, stressing that Lebanon was experiencing its “worst political and economic conditions.”

He continued, “Although the ministries expected by the Lebanese people have been changed, the worst situation has not changed. What happened is that only the names of the new ministers have been changed with the same system.”

The Lebanese artist described what was happening in his country as a “heinous crime” and expressed his “rejection of the situation and the rulers who deported young people because of their bad rule.”

He pointed out that he was talking about politics as “any Lebanese citizen who is jealous of his country and loves it”.

He mentioned the “possibility” of his idea of ​​emigrating from Lebanon one day, and explained that his destination might be “Egypt or the Emirates”.

Expressing his delight at attending the Arab Music Festival in Egypt for the fifth time, according to “Sky News Arabia”, Ramadan noted, “I like the city of Alexandria where the festival was held this time.”

“I was scared to stand on stage for the first time in Alexandria, but the concert was a huge success and the audience got it amazing,” he said.

The Lebanese artist considered the Arabic music festival to be “a test like study experiments” and insisted that any artist’s dream was to stand on the stage of the opera house and participate in this ancient festival, which he considers “lucky”. He is the only one of his generation to stand on this platform. “

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He pointed out that from the moment he began to realize what life was, he felt it in the voice of the late Egyptian singer Abdel Halim Hafiz, who expressed “a great love for his songs” and said that “his art school is Halim’s school”. “

He hoped that the same thing would happen to him as happened to Hafeez in the movie “The Deity of the Masses” in which he starred with Egyptian actress Shadia.

When asked about festival songs that have been huge hits in recent years, he explained that he “did not like this color, did not see himself in it” but stressed that these works “have their audience” and stressed the need to pay attention. “A specific level and red lines for the words used in it.” Color “.

Ramadan does not hide his love for popular Egyptian songs, which tells about the real life of the people and wants to collaborate with the great artist Ahmed Adavia.

As for the acting step, Ramdas explained that he wants to enter the field “with a strong work of art” and is waiting to deliver a “suitable script”.

He hopes the work will be “with Tunisian artist Dora or two Egyptian artists, Yasmin Abdel Aziz and Tonia Samir Ghanem.”

As he prepares to hold New Year’s concerts in Lebanon, Ramadan announces the completion of the recording of the Gulf song entitled “Mau Ibak” and the recording of the Moroccan song for the soon-to-be-released series. , Sweden and the Netherlands.

When asked about the profiles of the “future wife”, she said she wanted to be “beautiful, feminine, ambitious, dreamy and out of the art community”.

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