Peace, Dude! Ghada Rajab's new song calls for unity and optimism for Egypt's kids
Ghada Rajab wants life to be like a bed of roses for children in Egypt
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Peace and love, brotha, peace and love! This is the theme of Egyptian singer Ghada Rajab's newest song. The songstress just finished recording a piece written and composed by Hilmi Bakr as a special gift to the eighth round of the "Young Entrepreneur National Song Festival", which is held under the patronage of the Arab League. The song holds a message of love and peace and calls for unity and optimism for the children of Egypt.
According to Laha Magazine, the festival will finish with a bang as artists will be honored for having left a mark with their national songs. The honorary segment recognizes peeps like writer Mustafa Kamil for his song "Tislam Al Ayadi" (Thank the Hands), which was sung by Egyptian singer Ehab Tawfiq.
A prayerful and patriotic Ghada will also be presented with an honorary plaque by the festival for all her contributions.