Saed Al Saghir sings for oranges and taxis
The local Egyptian singer Saed Al Saghir has returned to the scene with a new album called “Koloh Min Khairak” (All from Your Wealth).
The new album features 14 songs, including a number of local Egyptian songs. Al Saghir followed the same style of music as his previous albums and music soundtracks.
The first song on the new album is called “Owaa Had Yezayel Omi” (Make Sure No One Upsets My Mom), written by Malak Adel and composed by Muhammad Abed Al Minem. The song is geared toward young listeners in Al Saghir’s unique style.
Another song from the new album is called “Al Bortagal” (Oranges). Al Saghir once again includes fruits in his music.
According to the London daily Elaph, Al Saghir also sings a song called “Taxi’s,” written by Malak Adel.