Nassif Zeytoun has a new single for an Arabic Drama series Lal Maout (Till Death) entitled Aw’at (Sometimes or at times). The song is about resilience after a heartbreak or betrayal.
The music is Arabic Pop. Ahmad Barakat composed the song with a wavy rhythm but in an intense manner. Omar Sabbagh arranged the piece with precision in changes from fast to slow and vice versa. Hearing the guitar, drums, and piano together adds to the intensity nicely and complements the story’s progression. The music has an impressive flow where it slows down to hear the upcoming verse. Then it increases during the chorus to express the powerful emotions. The composition is remarkable and full of twists and turns.
Nassif Zeytoun’s voice is bold and husky. He has a versatile vocal style that is powerful and passionate. He captures the emotions of the song perfectly.
The lyrics are expressive and well-written, full of emotions. Mazen Daher wrote the song with excellent rhyming and paragraph structure (eight, four, eight, four). The piece expresses how something tragic or sad needs to happen to become stronger. It’s a test that sometimes is hard and feels as though it’s impossible to pass it. The words are profound and powerful in inspiring not to give up, even when it seems like the end of the world. The song is impressive in its complex and dynamic expression of mixed emotions.
The single Aw’at is available.