"The Secret of My Happiness" is Kadem Al Saher and Mohammad Abdo together!
Kadem Al Saher is happy to be singing with Mohammad Abdo.
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We love them individually. They're pretty much two of the region's most talented performers, and now Iraqi singer Kadem Al Saher and Saudi singer Mohammad Abdo are united their dynamic voices into a magical duet titled "Sir Sa'adati" (The Secret of My Happiness).
These two brought their musical chemistry together at the 'Songs for Art Production and Distribution Studios' in Dubai.
According to Bisara7a.com, the song is a masterpiece written by young poet Sultan Majli, composed by UAE composer Khaled Naser and distributed by musician Walid Fayed. Sultan Majli has recently witnessed great success by writing songs for some of the most famous Arab singers like Saudi singer Rashed Al Majed, UAE singer Hussein Al Jasmi, UAE singer Ahlam , Kuwaiti singer Abdullah Ruwaished and many others.
What makes this singing union so utterly legit is that Kadem and Mohammad were actually at odds for years over some drama that began when Kadem turned down a proposal to sing one of Mohammad's compositions at the annual music festival Al Jandriyah. Some heated words were passed between them, and they were not huge fans of each other for the longest time. That's all water under the bridge now, and we're the grateful benefactors of the reconciliation.
With both artists bringing their own massive fans bases into this project, the song will no doubt be a huge success