Rabat – After mesmerizing the jury of The Voice Kids during a blind audition on the second season’s first episode, the young Moroccan amateur singer Hamza Labeid, managed to outperform his two rivals during the Cross-battle and won the best performance of the song “Matfoutnish Ana wahdi” of Egyptian singer and composer Sayed Mekawy.
After a dazzling performance, broadcasted Saturday night on MBC, his coach the Iraqi singer Kazem El Saher, chose him once again to stay ahead of the competition for this season.
In his first appearance on the show, the talented youngster performed one of the most difficult songs of Sabah Fakhri, an iconic Syrian artist.
As Labeid started singing “Malek Ya Helwa,” the jury members all pressed the buzzer immediately.
The jury includes Iraqi singer Kazem El Saher, Lebanese diva Nancy Ajram, and Egyptian Tamer Hosni.
After his performance, each jury member tried to convince the talented youngster to choose their team. The youngster eventually chose to be in El Saher’s group.