Hussain Al Jassmi and Fayez Al Saeed pose for a photograph.
Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
Emirati singers Hussain Al Jassmi and Fayez Al Saeed are preparing to release a new work soon.
Al-Saeed published a picture on Sunday morning from inside Fayez Al-Saeed’s studios in Dubai, accompanied by Al Jassmi, on his official page on Instagram.
He wrote, “My morning work is very soon, and it is very important that it breaks the world, and the work will bring me together with my brother, the great star Hussain Al Jassmi.”
Al Jassmi’s latest work, the song “Heta Min Albi”, which he presented a week ago on his official YouTube page, achieved more than 11 million views, and the song was written by the Egyptian lyricist Ayman Bahgat Qamar, composed by Al Jassmi, and distributed by Ali Fathallah.
Recently, Al Jassmi’s social Arabic song “Sunnet Al-Hayah” ranked first in the Arab world and the second globally, as the most influential and viewed advertising song on YouTube for the period from June 1, 2020 to May 30, 2021.
The song is also among the top 10 advertising songs in the world, YouTube said on its official platform “YouTube Ads Leaderboard.”
Al Jassmi dedicated this global achievement to the entire Arab audience, through his official accounts on social networking websites, saying, “Thanks to God, our Arabic language has gained global attention, and we have achieved the top ranks globally with the support and love of our dear audience...
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