Ehab Tawfiq will not return to Rotana
Egyptian singer Ehab Tawfiq is currently spending the holy month of Ramadan worshipping and living its traditions. Tawfiq worked with producer Tamer Harbi on filming two religious songs from his newest religious album “Ila Rasool Allah” (Only the Profit). He chose historic places for filming to make the theme of Ramadan complete.
The two songs that Tawfiq chose to film in the form of video clips were “Ramadan” and “Musaharati” (person who calls to wake up people to eat before fasting). The two religious songs will be aired on Mazika music channel that is owned by the producer of album soon.
On a different note, Tawfiq is working with the director and producer of his latest album “Ahla Minhom” (Looks Better Than Them) to film a video clip for his song “Jarib Ba’a” (Won’t You Try). Hamideh Al Titi wrote the Lyrics for the song and is composed by Hamdi Sadiq. The filming for the song will take place during Ramadan between Cairo and Mursi Matrooh in Egypt in order to be aired on satellite channels during the Eid break.
According to the London daily Elaph, Tawfiq has denied that he is willing to go back and work with Rotana once again. He made sure that he’ll stay working with his current production company Alam Al Fan, and he doesn’t think of leaving it.