Ragheb Alama Surprises Fans with New Egyptian Dialect Song and Teases Mind-Breaking Artwork

The Lebanese star, Ragheb Alama, surprised his fans and followers on Instagram by releasing the first start of his new song in the Egyptian dialect, “Fi Kateer Helween,” from inside the recording studio, promoting the expected artwork, as he appeared dancing, repeating the song’s words with great joy, while his son Khaled stood applauding him laughing. And he uttered the song with his father, as it appeared in the videotape that Ragheb also showed through the Al-Story feature, his brother Khader Alama. (Watch the video)

And the beautiful artwork that Ragheb talked about during his TV interviews, describing it as “mind-breaking” produced by Mazzika, and it was filmed in Greece, where PickCodes took over the directing process. Issuing it in full, perhaps in the next few hours.

From the moment Ragheb published the post, his followers’ comments poured in on his websites, congratulating him on the new work and looking forward to witnessing an artistic creation similar to his previous works.

On the other hand, Ragheb celebrates the blessed Eid al-Adha at Casino du Liban on Friday night, the thirtieth of June, when he performs a huge concert alongside the Lebanese singer Elisa.

We note that Ragheb Alama had revived the wedding of His Highness Prince Hussein bin Abdullah II, Crown Prince of Jordan, and Princess Rajwa Al-Hussein, and he also released a song on the occasion entitled “We rejoice in Hussein.”

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