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RedOne, Daddy Yankee, French Montana, Dinah Jan Travel Through Morocco in New Music Video

By Hajar Elkahlaoui

RabatAfter a well-publicized trip through Morocco, Mooccan-Swedish songwriter and record executive Nadir Khayat, known as RedOne, has released a music video shot in different cities across Morocco.

The three-time Grammy-winning producer RedOne and ”Despacito” Daddy Yankee‘s new duo project, entitled ”Boom Boom,” has already been viewed more than 5 million times on YouTube in less than seven hours.

The video features the Puerto Rican singer Daddy Yankee, Moroccan rapper French Montana, and American singer Dinah Jan. RedOne not only produced the song, but he also sang the chorus.

The clip was directed by Moroccan producer Saïd C.Naciri and centers around Amanda Cerny, American Vine and YouTube celebrity, and Abla Essofi, a Moroccan stylist and Guess model.

The camera follows them through different beautiful places in different Moroccan cities: Marrakech, Chefchaouen Tetouan , Merzouga. Moroccan Sahara, and Cabo Negro.

”I enjoyed working with RedOne. He’s the best producer. I didn’t feel like working at all while shooting the video clip,” said Abla Essaoufi in Hit Radio interview.

Among the celebrities who took part in the music video is Moroccan Meryam Errachdy, Miss Arab ”World Next Top Model 2015”. ”I had the offer to participate in the video clip and I could not miss this chance. I thought it was a great idea. The aim of the video clip is to show the beauty of different cities in Morocco,” she told Morocco World News.

Notorious Moroccan Pop singer Saad Lamjarrad, took to his official Instagram account to congratulate RedOne for his new hit: ”As expected, amazing job hbibi, To see the Moroccan flag rocking everywhere in this video, it’s a pleasure that I can’t describe.

Lamjarred added ” respect  to you and to all the artists that collaborated with you on this project; and by the way, as a singer, man you’re impressing the world again.”

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