Syrian singer Nassif Zeytoun has released a new single entitled Kermal Allah (For The sake of God) *. It’s a song that’s about a man who reassures his significant other that he’s there for her.
The music starts slow then goes into an upbeat and catchy sound, which gives a sense of optimism. The dance beat of the song is a part of Classic Arabic Pop music. It reminds me of the music that I used to listen to in the early 2000s from artists such as Ragheb Alama, Amr Diab, and Moustafa Amar.
Nassif Zeytoun’s voice is smooth and silky. His vocal rhythm is natural and in sync with the music of the song. He sounds reassuring when he’s singing, because of the tone of his voice.
The words of the song are simple, yet romantic and lyrical. The poetic structure of the tune is AABB and at times, ABBA. There are a few but significant symbols. The first example is light, which represents hope and guidance. The second example is the button or switch, which exemplifies how anything can happen instantly. In this case, the guy says that in an instant he can improve the life of his significant other. The lyrics demonstrate that true love is possible and should be honoured and protected.
Kermal Allah is now available. Enjoy!