Song From The 80’s Soars On Spotify Egypt Thanks To ‘The Giza Ripper’ Series”

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Badria El Sayed’s Mawal “Al Adl Foo’ Al Gamei” has made an epic comeback

In a spectacular twist of musical nostalgia, Badria El Sayed’s mesmerizing Mawal “Al Adl Foo’ Al Gamei” has made an epic comeback, grooving its way to the top of the Spotify Egypt charts! With an astonishing 48200% surge in plays in just 7 days since the launch of “The Giza Ripper” series, which prominently features this timeless track, it’s safe to say that this classic melody has found its way back into the hearts of listeners across Egypt. Originally released in 1980, it’s almost as if the series sprinkled some musical magic dust, rekindling the love for this iconic song. Who knew that a suspenseful thriller could also be a musical time machine?

 

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“Atmah” by Summer Tarek swiftly climbed to second place on the same chart too!

“Atmah” by Summer Tarek swiftly climbed to second place on the same chart too. With a jaw-dropping 2300% surge in plays since “The Giza Ripper” series hit the screens, it’s evident that the show’s creators have not only mastered the art of suspense but also the art of trending some seriously good tunes. It’s a reminder that when a series hits all the right notes, it can not only keep you on the edge of your seat but also tapping your feet to the rhythm of its soundtracks!

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