Muhammad Abduh: “This is the era of ‘auto tune’”
Celebrities, who behave down to earth and honest with their feelings, will gain the respect of people and their fans. Always is and always will be humble and down to earth is the famous Saudi singer Muhammad Abduh. Muhammad, who recently was a guest on the new show “5 Stars” with Hala Sarhan aired on Rotana channel. His attitude gave the audience and musicians an example of good manners and modesty.
According to the London daily Elaph, Abduh talked about his past how he was born as an orphan and lived in an orphanage with his brother Ahmad. He adds that he was living in a poor area housing and had taught his kids to thank god for what they have and appreciate everything and not taking anything for granted.
In his car, Abduh revealed that he only listens to the two music legends in the Arab world the late Egyptian singer Umm Kalthoum and the Lebanese singer Fairouz. Abduh sang two songs one for Fairouz and another for Umm Kalthoum in his style and all the audience enjoyed his singing.
Abduh also emphasized that today is the era of ‘Auto Tune’, where singers rely on machines to fix their voices. In his view Abduh divides satellite channels into two categories, one the main interest of it is violence, killing and shedding blood. The other type is very low in its taste and silly.
Muhammad Abduh’s episode was unique and very special to himself, Hala Sarhan and those who watched it. The show exceeded its given time by an extra half an hour. Up until the end Abduh was very humble and friendly in interacting with the host and answering all the questions honestly and openly.