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Egyptian musician denies "Golden Globe" exploiting his music

2020-01-09T22:10:13.862Z

Egyptian musician Hani Shenouda denied the rumors about using the Golden Globe Awards for one of his music compositions and broadcasting them during the ceremony held a few days ago, as a background to receiving the Egyptian artist, Ramy Youssef, the award for the best TV actor for his role in the series "Ramy". Shenouda explained that the story



Egyptian musician Hani Shenouda denied the rumors about using the Golden Globe awards for one of his music compositions and broadcasting them during the ceremony held a few days ago, as a background to receiving the award for the best Egyptian TV actor for his role in the series "Ramy".

Shenouda explained that the story of the music track, titled "Longa 79", was released in 1979 as part of the album "Freedom", which is the second album of the "Egyptians" band founded by Shenouda in 1977, dates back to five years, when a German producer was searching with him On different music, he expressed his admiration for the work of the Egyptian band, and then contracted with Shenouda on the right to exploit eight songs, and through this product he heard an American producer of nationality and asked for the use of a number of compositions of the Egyptian musician in a new comedy series that he produced, and Shenouda was already contracted He is entitled to use five clips, including "Longa 79", stressing He was not watching the awards ceremony when it was introduced, but he knew about it through the communications he received from his friends and the Egyptian media.

Shenouda expressed his pride in using his music at an event of the importance of the "Golden Globe Awards", and said in statements to Egyptian media: "I felt great pride and pride as an Egyptian artist playing his music at a world concert in the presence of the most famous stars of the world." He also expressed his happiness and pride in the victory of the Egyptian youth, Rami Youssef, for the best actor award, and his admiration for the tact of his speaking in the English language, along with his keenness to speak Arabic, saying: “God is great” and added: “The whole scene was historical and distinctive and calls for pride for every Egyptian.”

Source: emara

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