Assi Hilani and Ehab Tawfiq heat up the night
Lebanese singer Assi Hilani will be a guest on the Dubai channel “Taratata” which will be aired this coming Thursday. Mariam Ameen will be the host presenting this episode. Famous Egyptian singer Ehab Tawiq will also be a guest of honor to this episode along with Syrian singer Rowaida Atiyah and Tunisian singer Amani Al Swaysi.
Assi will start the show by singing his song “Sawit EL Hada” (Someone’s Voice) and will then move on to join Tawfiq in singing “Wa Ana Kol Ma A’ol El Tobah” (Every Time I Say This Is the Last) which is originally for the late Egyptian Legend Abdel Haleem Hafith.
When Assi and Ehab sang it was a special moment that moved everyone, because each singer has his own style and voice and sang in their own special way. There was no competition between the two singers they were only trying to have fun and make everyone who’s watching enjoy the program. It was a special moment to all and felt like a live concert where tens of thousands of fans were watching.
Hilani’s style of singing is what makes him a special singer because he brings his real emotions to the song. After singing for Abdel El Haleem, Hilani went back to sing Lebanese folklore songs. The traditional Lebanese folklore is what made him famous; therefore he sang with the Syrian singer Rowaida “Al Een Molaytain” for Samira Tawfiq.
Behind the scenes guests danced and sang with the singers and it was an unforgettable moment for everyone who was there.
According to the London daily Elaph, the show “Taratata” is a unique show that brings famous and well known singers and rising singers to stand on the same stage and sing with one another.
Hilani also sang with Tunisian singer Amani “Ba’ad Kontom” (Away You Were). He also sang the new song from his latest album (Babi Am Yebki” (My Door is Crying) and “Jan Jnoni” (I’m Going Crazy). Ehab Tawfiq also sang one of his songs “Allah Aleek Ya Zaman”.
The final touch of the show was also a Lebanese folklore where Hilani sang “Ya Mareq Al Tawahin” (You Who’s Passing the Mills) for the famous Lebanese singer Nasri Shams El Deen; where he sang the well known song with Rowaida and Amani