You maintain our heads excessive

Singer Mohamed Fouad appeared within the New Yr’s Eve episode of the present “Kalam El Nas”, offered by journalist Yasmine Ezz, and broadcast on the channel “MBC Misr”, in a distinguished interview throughout which the well-known singer revealed many secrets and techniques about his non-public life and inventive profession.

Mohamed Fouad to Yasmine Ezz: You keep our heads high

Mohamed Fouad in a photograph from the episode, and on the opposite facet, Yasmine Ezz in a hijab in a earlier episode – Picture supply: YouTube, along with a particular montage by the writer of the article

Within the introduction to the interview, Yasmine Ezz mentioned about “Foush”: “An distinctive episode with an distinctive star… a legend that we’re all happy with… If we discuss singing, no star ‘has managed to attain his success over the past 30 years… his albums achieved the best gross sales… We nonetheless keep in mind his songs and repeat them… and as an actor he has been the writer of crucial turning level within the historical past of Egypt. cinema and the hero of the movie which has till now dominated an entire technology of younger stars on the present scene.

Fouad responded by saying: “You retain your head excessive…and a giant star…and a social employee, and it’s important to discover a number of bricks…however God be with you…nobody achieves this. It was nothing. »

Fouad added: “Earlier than I wasn’t keen to this point you since you cheated a lot… however thank God… and I refused to seem within the media all through the previous interval as a result of folks have now the sensation that they intend to cover their identification. nicely and present the monster, but when there’s something optimistic, there may be nothing optimistic. “Don’t speak and let’s get rid of the destructive, simply to have opinions or a development and get consideration.”

He continued: “And I mentioned, ‘Guys, I will not sing until I am reassured that the nation has develop into good… I will not sing and I am not joyful. I will not sing in good well being.'”