Egyptian artist Amr Diab has a new single out entitled Ahe ahe, featuring Greek singer Eirini Papadopoulou. The song tells the story of a couple who celebrate their love for each other.
The music is a combination of Arabic Pop and Greek music. Mohemed Yehia composed this song with a wavy beat and Summer vibe. The musicians did a fantastic job with the mix of instruments from both Greek and Middle Eastern cultures. Enrique Bermudez plays the guitar with precision. Thanos Stavridis plays remarkably the Acordeon. Eirini Papadopoulou and Dimitris Lappas are playing the bouzouki with style. Adel Hakki arranged and mixed the song impressively. Great work from sound engineers Oscar Clavel (Spain) and Nikos Stavropoulos (Greece). The composition is beautiful and well-structured.
Amr Diab and Eirini Papadopoulou’s voices are beautiful together. They sing in sync with one another and well when performing their respective parts. Their vocal style is rhythmic.
The lyrics are romantic and sweet. The combination of Arabic and Greek is terrific. Ayman Bahgat Kamar & Petros Imvrios wrote the words of Ahe Ahe. There have two other songs in these two languages from Amr Diab (in both cases with Angela Demetriou). The lyrics are flowy with incredible rhyming and freestyle writing. The tune starts with Greek first and then smoothly transitions to Arabic (Amr Diab’s part) to hearing both artists performing in their respective languages. The simplicity of the words beautiful as it expresses the pure love between the two people in the story.
The single Ahe Ahe is available.