Rabat - A new video of four students from South Korea singing Saad Lamjarred’s new hit single, “Lmaallem” (“The Boss”) has gone viral on social media in Morocco.
Rabat – A new video of four students from South Korea singing Saad Lamjarred’s new hit single, “Lmaallem” (“The Boss”) has gone viral on social media in Morocco.
In the footage, the students introduce themselves in Arabic as students from South Korea, following their higher studies in Jordan.
The video shows the students listening to Lamaallem and struggling to sing along with the Moroccan singer.
Saad Lamjarred’s catchy song has been extremely popular in Morocco and throughout the Arab world, generating 631,400 YouTube likes as of this writing.
Earlier this month, Lamaallem earned Lamjerrad a Guinness World Record achievement, becoming the first song in the Arab world to exceed 100,000,000 views on YouTube.
The song has become one of the most popular music videos ever released in the Arab world. It reached 123,640,970 views as of this writing.
Last year, Saad Lamjerrad became a household name throughout the Arab world following the release of the hit song “Enty”, which has amassed 49 million views on YouTube.
Born in 1985 in Rabat, Lamjarred is the son of well-known singer Bachir Abdou and popular actress Nezha Regragui.