The song is written in Lebanese and Khaleeji Arabic, French and sprinkles of Moroccan dialect and is about relationship challenges.
Sony Music Middle East has announced the release of Hayati, an unprecedented kind of collaboration between Arab and French artists DJ Youcef, Carole Samaha, Lartiste and Daffy.
The artists who together have over 40m+ music and social media fans, aimed for a sound that is both curious and exotic, playing with tension and storytelling. The title track Hayati in Arabic means ‘My Life’ in English, written in Lebanese and Khaleeji Arabic, French and sprinkles of Moroccan dialect. The song is about relationship challenges.
The song already acquired attention from fans and press in the Middle East, after Carole Samaha (over 500m streams) announced that she will be releasing her very first Rap Song.
Dj Youcef (over 250m streams) managed again to producer another hit collaboration after his successful pan Arab tracks with Diana Haddad, Balqees, Yara & Douzi and many more. Daffy, the Kuwaiti R&B singer and Rapper who made regional hits over the last couple of years with 100m+ streams added the Arabic Gulf touch to the song.
The record is available on all global digital music services, including Spotify, Anghami, Deezer and Apple Music. A lyric video will be released next week on Dj Youcef’s Youtube Channel.