Arab Idol runner up Farah Yousef wooed people with her sweet and strong voice. She is a powerhouse when it comes to classical Arabic songs. It comes easy to them Syrian vocalists. Farah Yousef did not have great last six months. I hardly heard of her news.
She returns with a new single on Mother's Day with what seems like a homage song for all them mothers of the world. It's a good song, because of two things Farah's warmth and the soothing piano. This one Farah dedicates the song to all Syrian mothers and mothers of the fallen in Syria. I am sensing, Farah is going the Asalah route, (do you hear it?)
I wish there were more lyrics, but it may have served the song not to be about anything specific. It's a bold choice for Farah to talk about the mothers of the fallen in Syria. Many have accused her of being pro-regime not down with the revolution. Not sure if this is true, but it certainly did not help her with the Gulf crowds.
فرح يوسف -- ماما