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‘Big Shift’ Unveils its ‘Boom Boom’ Parody to Celebrate Morocco’s Qualification for World Cup

Rabat – Following the memorable achievement of Morocco’s national soccer team over the Ivorian squad, the Youtube Channel Big Shift has come up with its latest video parody of “Boom Boom” song to show its support for Morocco’s team on their qualification for the 2018 World Cup.

The parody went viral on social media and more than 72,000 people have viewed the video since it was released on Youtube after Saturday’s match between the national football team and its Ivorian counterpart.

The “World Cup” song was performed by singer Wadie Aamdi with Dr. Black, artists who are known for adding humour and/or a Moroccan flair to every parody they produce.

The initial song, entitled “Boom Boom,” was produced by the Moroccan-Swedish hit-maker Nader El Khayat, better known as RedOne, showcasing Morocco’s diversity from the dunes of the desert to the northern city of Tetouan.

The tune features a number of world-famous artists besides RedOne, such as Puerto Rican rapper Daddy Yankee, Moroccan-American rapper French Montana, and American singer Dinah Jane.

The “Boom Boom” parody follows many other parodies presented on the channel.

Singer Wadie Aamdi has already created the Moroccan version of “One Dance” by Drake and “Shape of you” of Ed Sheeran. There was also A parody of “Sorry” by Justin Bieber and many others.

At the end of each video, the creative YouTubers invite their followers to propose song titles for future parodies.

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