21 years after its launch .. Mohamed Mounir reveals the deleted clip from “

03:49 PM

Monday 20 January 2020

Books- Mustafa Hamza:

In the first steps of the artist Mohamed Mounir to overcome his sorrows by the departure of his cousin, sister-in-law, and business manager Mahmoud Aba Yazid, the king released yesterday on YouTube the scenes of recording the song “Sia Sia” that he presented in 1999 with the album “Al-Farha”, and pictures of its clip in 2000 with the director Saeed Al-Marooq.

Munir appeared in the clip with the music composer Amr Mahmoud, while listening to a clip that was deleted before the song came out, and he says: “Mile Alia Miles, Miles Alia Tani, Miles Alia and said to me I love you, Samrani.”

“Sia Sia” means Nubian the Little Bird, the words of Ahmed El-Mostashar, composed by Mostafa El-Kiyani, and the distribution of Amr Mahmoud, and it is the first Egyptian song to be performed in rap.

Artist Mohamed Mounir received last Monday the funeral in Mohamed Aba Yazid, at the Police Mosque in the sixth of October, and the funeral was attended by a group of artists and ministers, including Essam Sharaf, former Prime Minister, and d. Enas Abdel Dayem, Minister of Culture, Ashraf Zaki, captain of the acting professions, and Mohamed Abdelaziz, head of the Art Syndicates Union, and others.

Munir wrote after the funeral: “We belong to God and to Him we return … Yesterday was the consolation of my brother, my soulmate, my cousin, and my sister-in-law, Mahmoud Aba Yazid. I did not feel consolation … It was a meeting with tolerance, love, and warmth. Yesterday I felt that we had the power of love together …” .

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He concluded: “In my name and in the name of all members of my family, I say to you from my heart, thank you all. May God have mercy on him, Mahmoud Aba Yazid … Glory be to those of him who are always.”

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