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Referring to Namira’s song titled “Anti-coup,” Rashad said the song had not been approved by the radio committee due its lyrical content.
“How can I allow a song that was not approved by the committee in the first place?
I first got started by modeling, which gave me great exposure.
From modeling I was able to springboard into singing with the initial release of three singles (I have since released eight albums total).
The decision does not affect private radio stations in the country.
The news comes only a day after Rashad announced that songs by Egyptian musician Hamza Namira would no longer get any airtime on the station.
Rashad said the state radio station has abided by a code dating back to 1934 that requires recording artists to undergo tests before they can be granted a license.
When we were introduced we immediately found common ground which made the process of working together on the music video for “Breathing You In” so enjoyable.
“The recent measures were not directed at a specific singer,” he told Al Arabiya News. [and when] I asked if the singer was licensed, they [the committee] said no,” he said.