TOPLESS and REDUCTIVE! Amar Releases New Song 'Ayza Aich'

Published July 25th, 2018 - 02:29 GMT
Amar seems to try saving her new single by posing topless in its artwork (Source: singeramar - Instagram)
Amar seems to try saving her new single by posing topless in its artwork (Source: singeramar - Instagram)

Written by Zaid Bawab

After Amar announced her new music album is due to be releases soon, the Lebanese starlet released her new song "Ayza Aich" (I Want to Live) on Wednesday the 25th of August of 2018 on her official Youtube channel. 

 

The 'Kiss My Lips' singer posted a short clip from her new song to her Instagram account commenting "I know I made you wait a lot but today you can listen to 'Ayza Aish' song on my Youtube channel" and she promised her followers with more surprises.

The song's title is the same as a song that Moroccan Diva Samira Said released 3 years ago.

And not only that but the song echoes the theme of Haifa Wehbe's song "Baddi Eesh" (I want to Live) as they both revolve around wanting to live freely and it is not the first time Amar faces accusations of imitating Haifa.

In addition to that the song seems to have similarities in lyrics and composition to Lebanese artist Shiraz's song "Sahar Sahar" (Staying Up, Staying Up) in certain parts which makes the description "Reductive" and repetitive the least that can be said about the new song which Amar seems to try saving by posing topless in its artwork.

Do you think the video won't really present anything new and witness Amar posing topless as well?  

 

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