The Saudi artist, Muhammad Abdo, revealed a number of his artistic views that surprised the artistic community and the audience together, as he said that his fellow artists, Talal Maddah and Abu Bakr Salem, did not leave a legacy of national songs.
He pointed out that the tune of the song “My Beloved Homeland” by Talal Maddah was stolen, and he likened the song “Ya Baladi, I pray” by the late Abu Bakr Salem to a person pushing a car, which angered Abu Bakr’s fans. He stated that he had also spoken during his meeting on the “Stages” program presented by Ali Al-Olayani on the “SBC” channel about the artist Rabah Saqr and considered that he had developed himself a lot, as for the songs of the artist, Abdul Majeed Abdullah, Abdo considered them to be “quick progress and no constitute a legacy.”
Stages with Ali Al-Olayani (@stvMarahel) April 27, 2022
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