Free from Prison, Mohammed Al Hilo Shoots ‘I’m in Love, I’m Alive’
Upon getting over his recent crisis, which led him to the prison for 15 days on check charges, Egyptian singer Mohammed al-Hilo has resumed his artistic activities.
Al-Hilo recorded songs for his new album starting with a song composed by poet Naser Rashwan named “Live I love” which is a poem in classical Arabic and tuned by Emir Abdulmajeed. Al-Hilo repeats in this song his experience of singing in classical Arabic.
Al-Hilo told al-Sharq al-Awsat daily that he has decided to sing another song he would record this week entitled “Matrah Ma Tersi” (Wherever you Throw) composed by Emad al-Rashidi and tuned by Mohammed Mustafa.
“I would give myself completely to recording new songs to make up for the period of being away from my audience during which I witnessed the bitterest experience in my life”, Mohammed added -- Albawaba.com