Rubi sings ‘Eyelashes’ for US$150,000
Controversial young Egyptian singer Rubi has sung her own version of the famous song “Rimsh Al Ein” (Eyelashes).
According to the London daily Elaph, the late Egyptian singer Muhram Douad originally sang the song 50-years ago for his first film “Hasan Wa Naimah.” The film as a great success, and paved the way for his stardom.
Rubi just completed a music video clip for her newest song “Ya Lilrimoosh” (Oh for Eyelashes), written by the young poet Muhammad Jomah, composed by Muhammad Rahim and distributed by Tamin. Rubi worked for the first time with the director Ahmad Al Mahdi on the clip.
She has stopped working with the famous director Sharif Sabri who discovered her. The budget for the clip was set at US$150,000.
Poet Muhammad Jomah was pleased to work with Rubi for the first time. She has a beautiful sense of feeling toward her music, said Jomah. He also said that she has great vision and experience which made her choose songs that would give a different image of her new album.
The new clip is more conservative than Rubi’s previous clips, said Jomah.