Hala Turk tells step-mom Dounia Batma "I love you" in a beautiful duet together
Hala clearly has genuine love for her step-mom Dounia. (Image: YouTube still)
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Moroccan singer Dounia Batma released a beautiful duet with her step-daughter Bahraini singer Hala Turk this week.
The single, titled "Ah Ya Amar" (Yes, Pretty Thing), is super sweet and expresses how much love the twelve-year-old and her dad's wife have for one another.
What makes the song extra special is the fact that Hala and Dounia's voices are very harmonic together.
The modern/classic duet is like no other Arabic song in the music market. What makes it different is that Hala and Dounia conversate in English/Arabic but sing in Arabic.
This is how the song kicks off:
"Hala," Dounia calls out.
"Ehem, ehem," Hala responds.
"Hallawi, come, let's sing," Dounia tells her step-daughter in English, to which she responds, "What?."
Dounia then asks her in Arabic, "You don't want to sing?," before counting from one to ten in English and kicking off the song in Arabic.
Hala ends the single with telling Dounia that she loves her. How very sweet! It's good to see a good relationship between the youngster and her step-mother.
When the single was released, Dounia said, "My duet with Hala is now on YouTube and we will be filming a music video for it very soon."
The song was written by Abdullah al Omani and composed by Adel al Omani and Mohammad Turk.
Why don't you listen to the adorable song and tell us what you think in the comment box below!