In one week, the music video have been seen by two million viewers from around the globe--this is not counting the unofficial version of this song. The song has been re tweeted and quoted by a Noble Prize Winner. Hamza Namira should be so proud of the good song he recorded and released on a music video format. The song is about great things and bigger things....justice and fairness. He is not going down in rage...
Though the artist is upset by what he sees in Egypt and all that makes her sick....he does not lose sight that even people who wrong others have emotions and a guilt he can tab into. Well done, Sir, you made a song embraced by even those who disagree with. Vilify no one and make a wonderful song with a positive message.
The bold thing about this song is that it's the first hit to take on the establishment and criticize the bloody path Egypt has witnessed since July of last year. Most artists are one either in the army camp, two staying mum. Hamza Namira did not take a break, he related one hell of a human song. He did it after he had shown in 2012 that indie musicians can thrive in Egypt.
Hamza Namira - Wa Ollak Eh | حمزة نمرة - واقولك إيه | Official Video Sada Almidan