Saad Lamjarred revives the Moroccan heritage with the song “Ghadi Wahdou”


In a new look and with a new lyrical style that mixes authentic Moroccan folklore and modern music, Saad just released his new song “El Ghadi Wahdou”, which means “he who walks alone in the road.”

As usual in his recent publications, the Moroccan singer Saad Lamjarred appeared in a new form, as he chose this time to revive the Hawari heritage of Amazigh Moroccan roots, by choosing rhythms that belong to this style of singing, and also with the participation of one of the women’s groups famous in the Kingdom for singing this color.

Earlier, Lamjarred wrote on his Instagram account: “The clip of the Moroccan song (Al-Ghadi Wahdou), which is a collaboration with the great professor Karim Ziad and the dear dear ones who bear a long history (Al-Hawaria).”

Saad Lamjarred fans reacted very warmly to this new song, which he published on his YouTube channel, which has more than 12 million followers, and has reached a total of 3 billion views since its inception in 2012.

About 5 hours after its publication, the song broke the million viewers barrier, while it is expected that in the next few hours it will receive more views, similar to his previous songs, which garnered hundreds of millions of viewers.

Just the singer is considered the number 1 in the Kingdom of Morocco, in terms of the number of his followers on social media, as he is followed by 11.5 million people on the Instagram platform, and 3.3 million on the Facebook platform, while Twitter is followed by more than a million fans.

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