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The captain of the Egyptian musicians prevents "Hamo Pika" from singing

The Egyptian Musicians' Association, Hani Shaker, decided to ban some musicians from "festival singers" from performing concerts in the northern coast, in the governorate of Marsa Matrouh and the northern coast.

Captain of Egyptian musicians prevents  The captain of the Egyptian musicians prevents "Hamo Pika" from singing

Musicians Captain Hani Shaker

Shaker's decision was based on the fact that these groups and entities that "claim to be musical and singing" are alien groups and entities in the music and singing profession. Therefore, he decided to prevent dealing with the "Hamo Pika", "Elfrit", "Shakush" And coriander. "

Tareq Mourtada, spokesman for the Syndicate of Music Professions, said that the union officially addressed the officials of Marsa Matruh province to prevent any singer, DJ or band who are not bound by the union from singing and performing concerts in the northern coast to preserve the fine art in Egypt.

Captain of Egyptian musicians prevents  The captain of the Egyptian musicians prevents "Hamo Pika" from singing Statement of the Syndicate of Musical Professions

The President of the musicians had submitted an official letter to the security director of Marsa Matruh asking him to cooperate with the inspection committee delegated by the union in the northern coast to prevent the operation of any non-member or holder of a work permit from the union of so-called "festival singers", and the release of records of violators and unauthorized By working from the syndicate and handing it over to the competent police department to take all legal action against them.

These groups belong to a new stream of popular songs and music in Egypt called "Festival Music", where their concerts are held in open and wide venues in a kind of festival, hence the name. This type of music is based on modern technology, adapting the human voice through sound engineering programs, while the lyrics are based on the excessive simplicity that sometimes touches on vulgarity. This raises the question of the artistic value of this musical trend and provokes institutions and official bodies to defend aesthetic values. And traditional music art.

However, "festivals" are popular and popular, especially among young people, and their concerts are packed with masses of people from all walks of life.

Source: Agencies

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