Artist Rashid Al Majid was keen to thank everyone who offered condolences for the death of his mother, who left our world last Tuesday after a struggle with illness.
Rashid Al-Majid tweeted, through his Twitter account, saying: “My sincere thanks and gratitude to you all for your condolences and sympathy for us for our dear mother and our dear mother, may God have mercy on her. It is disliked about your loved one, we belong to God and to Him we shall return.
A number of art stars have been keen to offer condolences to the Saudi artist, Rashid Al Majid, for the death of his mother, and the artist Nawal Al-Kuwaiti, through her Twitter account, wrote: “May God reward you with my brother. May God reward you, we belong to God and to Him we shall return.
And the star Asi El-Hallani tweeted, saying: “Stay for God. I offer my sincere condolences and sympathy from brother and friend Rashid Al-Majed on the death of his mother. We ask God to cover her with the mercy of his mercy and to dwell in his spaciousness. We belong to God and to Him we shall return.”
In another context, the song “Al-Assad”, presented by the artist Rashid Al-Majed, exceeded 15 million views on YouTube, and the song was composed by Ahmed Al-Harmi, and distributed by Zaid Nadim.
And recently the singer Rashid Al Majid released a duet of a patriotic song entitled “Hub Al Ghala” which he collects with the singer Abdul Aziz Al Maani, which is from the words of Prince Muhammad bin Abdul Aziz bin Mohammed, composed by Abdulaziz Al Maani, and the distribution of Zaid Nadim’s music, Mix and Master Jassim Mohammed, on YouTube. Recently, a duet of a patriotic song entitled “Daraa Al Balad”, which he collects with the singer Rabah Saqr, which is written by Bin Mahmas Al Harthy, composed by Yasser Bu Ali and the distribution of Raafat’s music, on YouTube.