Almost two years ago, the one and the only true king of Egyptian pop Amr Diab released a good album, one of the finest he's resealed in more than five years. The album had some many wonderful hits, that people stopped counting. I think had the political circumstance in Egypt have been any different, this album would have been the talk of the town.
I have listened to the album a number of times. But I am noticing more of a song that I have liked but did not think music of....his song "Andy So'al عمرو دياب - عندي سؤال " It's an upbeat song with lyrics that actually add up and make sense---often times lyrics are there to make the song flow which can compromise the song's integrity.
It's both a sweet song and a dance song, Amr Diab got it all out for this song--he sounds the sweetest he has been, singing from the heart and making this song one of his classic. His emotions change as his voice performs each of the words. The song starts rowdy and it feels like a nice beach party is going on! Then his voice brings in the sweetness.
Amr Diab - Andy So'al عمرو دياب - عندي سؤال