A stolen song that was deleted by YouTube.. A new crisis for Muhammad Ramadan

A new crisis added to the successive crises that the Egyptian artist, Mohamed Ramadan, is exposed to.

YouTube has blocked the clip of the song “Ala We Welfare” by No. 1, the star Ahmed Adawiya, and his son, the artist, Mohamed Adawiya, from YouTube, due to Mahmoud Badr, a member of the Street 3 team, claiming copyright and copyright.

Two million views

Badr confirmed that the original song will be released within a few days, with his voice, in collaboration with festivals singer Ortega, with its original title, “Lisa Ma Atkhalqesh.”

This came after the song “Ala Wa Wadana”, which brought together Ramadan and Adawiya, the Father and the Son, achieved two million views, 9 days after it was released on his YouTube channel.

Ahmed Adawiya

Ahmed Adawiya

After that, it became clear that the rights to the intellectual song belonged to the singer of the 3rd Street band, Mahmoud Badr, who went out in a live broadcast through his Facebook account, announcing the matter.

Block the song

It is noteworthy that YouTube had announced the blocking of the song after it was released in its original form.

While Badr revealed that Ramadan offered him a sum of money, and some differences occurred over the wages, delaying his obtaining the waiver. ‏

“Ala We Wada” is the first collaboration with the star of the popular song, Ahmed Adawiya, and Number 1.

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