Cintia Baroud is a Lebanese-Canadian singer and songwriter. She’s competing in the Voice Canada and has advanced to the final rounds of the TV show. I watched her performance and she has a great voice to be honest and deserves our support.
She will be performing once again on March 22 so best of luck to you Cintia!
PS: I tried to find the link where you can vote on Facebook for Cintia but only found La Voix Cintia Baroud page.
An interactive piano set inside ABC Dbayyeh mall was inviting people passing by to play and making fun of those who can’t with messages like “Please Stop” or “Practice makes perfect (Try 10 years)” while praising those who know how to play the piano by saying “Music to my ears” or “Mozart! Bach! Beethoven! Listen to this genius”. At the end, some of those who gave it a try were rewarded with tickets to Al Bustan Festival.
Fadl Shaker is no longer hiding in Ain el Helwe, he is now giving TV interviews and trying to make us forget what he did with Al Assir a couple of years ago. I only have one thing to say here: Shaker is directly or indirectly responsible for killing Lebanese army soldiers, is charged with inciting sectarian hatred and undermining the reputation of the Lebanese Army.
Fadl Shaker belongs in prison and the authorities should figure out a way to arrest him.
Hiba Tawaji impressed the judges again but NOG’s performance is a proof that thing will only get more difficult for Hiba and it’s not as easy as people thought it would be. The other competitor of Lebanese origin Lea Tchena also advanced to the next round and won her battle.
Lebanese music producer & composer Jean-Marie Riachi released a Middle Eastern version of John Legend’s biggest hit ever and one of the best performing R&B songs of 2013/2014 “All of me”. Riachi basically added an oriental twist to the song and it turned out to be pretty cool.
I think it’s about time Ziad el Rahbani stops talking about Fairouz or maybe stops giving interviews for good. I can’t believe he came out and said Fairouz is a fan of Qaddafi and Hitler! What’s wrong with this guy? Is he trying to tarnish his mother’s reputation? The sad part is that all media ignored most of the interview and put that statement in their headlines even though Fairouz clearly disapproves of it.
In fact, the interview says Fairouz is no longer talking to her son after he revealed that she supports Hezbollah’s leader Hassan Nasrallah. It also shows that Ziad doesn’t know what the hell he is doing anymore. He was supposed to move to Russia, wanted to put his plays online but then didn’t, and now he wants to make a Lebanese movie in Germany and is writing songs for Maya Diab. Anyway, we all know Fairouz likes to stay away from the public and doesn’t share her views much and we all love her the way she is.
Fairouz is a symbol of hope, peace and freedom. She’s a symbol all Lebanese and Arabs agree on and she will stay that way.