gabyrich
3 years ago1,000+ Views
"Tool Omri" by Nawal Al Zoughbi
We should never think of cultural exchange as being a one way street. More often than not, there exists a two-way, reciprocal exchange of ideas and material culture when two people come together. This song is from popular Lebanese singer Nawal Al Zoughbi's eight studio album, also titled "Toul Omri" which means "All My Life" in Arabic. The music video was shot in Brazil and the album itself marked a change of style for Nawal as it was influenced by Latin American music incorporating the salsa beat.
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Love how the video shows this exchange, too, with it opening with her waving with all the people around!
3 years ago·Reply
@fallingwater that is a very nice observation! She may not be Brazilian, but she's not a foreigner--she's a friend!
3 years ago·Reply
@gabyrich exactly. she's definitely comfortable there~~
3 years ago·Reply
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