Single Saturdays: Carole Samaha – Mosh Ha Eish

Lebanese singer Carole Samaha has released a new single entitled Mosh Ha Eish (I won’t live, or I won’t live like this). The story is about a woman who ends her relationship because there’s no more love.

The music is Arabic Pop. Islam Zaki composed the song with a density to the beat that represents heartbreak and sorrow. There’s a stop effect throughout the tune that also reflects the sad mood. The composition is well-structured and full of depth. The guitar in the background parallels to a style similar to Queen member Brian May’s guitar style in the song The Show Must Go On.  The intensity is a symbol of moving on or continuing onto something better. 

Carole Samaha’s voice is beautiful and silvery. She sings with mixed feelings of disappointment but also strength.

 Amir Teima wrote the lyrics of Mosh Ha Eish, rich in emotions. The poetry has a rhyming structure of AABB that is well-written. The words straightforwardly express anger and frustration in an understandable and relatable manner. There’s a great parallel to songs in the Tarab style, from artists such as Farid Al-Atrache and Sabah the way they sang about heartbreak. It’s a touching song that is authentic and genuine.

The single Mosh Ha Eish is available on Anghami. 

Side Note

Lebanese singer Carole Samaha has released a new single entitled Mosh Ha Eish (I won’t live, or I won’t live like this). The story is about a woman who ends her relationship because there’s no more love.

The music is Arabic Pop. Islam Zaki composed the song with a density to the beat that represents heartbreak and sorrow. There’s a stop effect throughout the tune that also reflects the sad mood. The composition is well-structured and full of depth. The guitar in the background parallels to a style similar to Queen member Brian May’s guitar style in the song The Show Must Go On.  The intensity is a symbol of moving on or continuing onto something better. 

Carole Samaha’s voice is beautiful and silvery. She sings with mixed feelings of disappointment but also strength.

 Amir Teima wrote the lyrics of Mosh Ha Eish, rich in emotions. The poetry has a rhyming structure of AABB that is well-written. The words straightforwardly express anger and frustration in an understandable and relatable manner. There’s a great parallel to songs in the Tarab style, from artists such as Farid Al-Atrache and Sabah the way they sang about heartbreak. It’s a touching song that is authentic and genuine.

The single Mosh Ha Eish is available on Anghami.

Side Note
Here’s the official video on Carole Samaha’s Youtube Channel

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