Hama Beca: As long as I live, the festival will continue.. Video

Egyptian festival performer Hamu Beka expressed his happiness at reviving his last concert in the Riyadh season in Saudi Arabia, which is his first concert after the decision to stop it in Egypt, accompanied by Hassan Shakoush and Omar Kamal.

And Hamo Beka continued during his meeting with MBC, after the end of his concert: “Today was beautiful, because we said, when we stood in front of the public, so when we stand, we create, and we deliver to the audience a message that we made music and listened, we made audiences from all over the world and all people You hear us, this art does not talk about it, we presented the people's needs that I liked, and we presented the voice of the street, so everything that he says expresses the people."

Hamo Beca added: "Praise be to God, as long as I live, the festival will be complemented, and I have never been in the social media, and I sang these songs for myself and I did not know that it would reach a limit, and we continued to develop from the music."

It is noteworthy that the Syndicate of Musical Professions, headed by the artist Hani Shaker, recently issued a decision to suspend some singers of popular festivals until their conditions are legalized in the Syndicate, the most prominent of whom were: Hassan Shakoush, Hamo Beka, Hamo Tikha, Shawaha, Al-Zaim, Enaba, Muslim, and others.

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