Singer Hajar El Khashab is experimenting with singing in the Egyptian dialect for the first time, in her new song “Molhemy,” distributed by Platinum Records, to present a singing tone that highlights her vocal abilities.
Through the song “Mulhami”, Hajar continues her promising artistic career, and talks about her new song, saying: “Mulhami” is my first original song in the Egyptian dialect, and it holds a special place in my heart, as she collaborated for the first time with the creative Aziz Al-Shafi’i, who wrote and composed the song. As for the arrangement, it was handled by Hani Yacoub, who added a modern oriental touch to the song. Hajar had performed her first song, “Abu Proadak,” in the white dialect, which she described as a distinctive experience, as she dedicated the song’s words to her daughter.
Among the latest successes of the artist Hajar is her presence and singing on the stages of several festivals, including the Southern Step Festival in Abha, the Rose Festival in Taif, 6 concerts at the Cairo Atmosphere Festival in Ithra, and her singing at the Al Salam Theater in Riyadh and other concerts during the Riyadh season.
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