Egyptian singer Amr Diab has released this week a new single entitled Bahebo (I Love Her). It’s a song about true love described in beautiful details.
The music is Arabic pop mixed with sounds similar to Amr Diab’s works from the late 80s/early 90s. Mohamed Yehya composed this lovely song with both fast and slow beats. The instruments heard in Bahebo are the lud, qanoon, and the guitar. In my opinion, Bahebo is a song with the potential to play at weddings and other special occasions.
Amr Diab’s voice is as beautiful as always. He never fails to perform magnificently. One can genuinely hear the experience in his voice. He knows how to sing with a low voice then go back to hitting higher notes.
The lyrics have a sweet simplicity to them, yet still romantic. Aiman Bahgat Amar wrote the words to Bahebo. Almost every line of the song starts with the word “Bahebo” or “Ana” (Me or I), as a way to emphasize how he feels towards his significant other. The intro to the chorus is the same, creating the same effect as the repetition of the word “Bahebo.” The song Bahebo is an example of words that describe true love.
The single Bahebo is now available.