Popular singer Ahmed Shaybah wept fervently during his son’s celebration, which is currently taking place in one of the major hotels in Alexandria.
As soon as Shaybah entered the hall; He embraced his son, and cried hard.
Farah bin Ahmed Shaybah
The artist, Ahmed Shaybah, celebrates the wedding of his son, Mahmoud, to a girl from outside the artistic community, Amina, in one of the major halls in the city of Alexandria.
Ahmed Shaybah’s work
Ahmed Shaybah had presented a lyrical trio entitled “Al-Sa’ida”, which he combined with: Issam Karika and the poet Hisham Al-Jakh.
The trio of the song “Al-Sa’ida” was released as a video clip exclusively on YouTube, and was signed by director Rodina Hatoum, who showed the customs and traditions of Upper Egypt in a simple way that reflected the different spirit that characterizes Upper Egypt.
Ahmed Shaybah, Issam Karika, and Hisham Al-Jakh appeared in the clip with the image of strength and unity, as Upper Egypt brings together its children.
The song “Al-Sa’idah” came with a popular lyrical template, and the theme of the song revolved around the customs and traditions of Upper Egypt and its importance in the structure of Egyptian society.
In terms of performance, Ahmed Shaybah and Issam Karika presented the singing performance, while Hisham Al-Jakh appeared as the poet, who gave a distinguished recitation that added a beautiful spirit to the song.
The song “Al-Sa’ida” is written by Hisham Al-Gakh, composed by Issam Karika and arranged by Hamada Samir.
Ahmed Shaybah and the series “Darb Nar”
Last Ramadan, Ahmed Shaybah presented the song of the series “Darb Nar”, which bore the name “Whila Al-Dunya”, and it was written by Hani Fouad, composed by Tamer Karawan, and distributed by Mustafa Abu Raya, and it was presented on all social media pages and digital platforms.
“Drabe a Fire” written by Nasser Abdel Rahman, directed by Mostafa Fekry, and produced by Synergy Company. It is scheduled to be shown next Ramadan, starring Yasmine Abdel Aziz, Ahmed Al-Awadi, Majed Al-Masry, Hoda Al-Atreby, Suhair Al-Morshedy, Donia Al-Masry, Israa Rakha, Ahmed Ghazi, Iman Al-Sayed, Badria. Tolba, Ahmed Abdullah, Tayseer Abdel Aziz, Tamer Magdy, and others.