Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Black Theama On Presidents بلاك تيما - لو بقيت رئيس للجمهورية

The guys who made folklore and local Egyptian music funky once again are back. This time, they are talking about the president in a new single where the music sounds like that of Bob Marley's. Egypt is about to have a historic presidential election for the first time under what looks like democratic process.

The song of Black Theama is titled, "If I Became The President of the Republic" is not one of those simplistic wishlist of all the things idealist would give you. The trio makes it sound easy to be in charge of 90 million people and their welfare. They will spread laughter and happiness around the nation.

There are audio clips from two different speech, one from Gamal Abel Nasir and another form Mubarak in which they talk about leaving their posts.  

 Black Theama - Low Ba2et Ra2es | بلاك تيما - لو بقيت رئيس للجمهورية


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