A New Wave of Jordanian Singers
Jordan, like any other country, is moving with the flow of modernism and progress that the whole world is moving with.
From the looks of it, Jordan is aiming at becoming another Dubai, with it's growing construction, rising prices and foreign investments. With this flow, comes a surprising new wave of singers!
On one hand we have Star Academy finalist, Mohammad Qwaider, who has talent and voice, but unfortunately lacks attitude!
And last but not least, we have Gharam!
She's making news headlines for her banned video clip and her rebuking that she's a seductress or that she doesn't mind showing some cleavage or wearing a swimsuit on TV!
One more note, Gharam's music video, which was banned, is basically a female mud wrestling scene! Gharam claims that the mud wrestling is just an expression of the conflicts that the Arabs have been suffering from all these years!
So, to Ghrama, mud wrestling shows the harsh reality of the Palestinian conflict!?
This is a sisterly shout out to you Gharam, for your information and for your manager's information, female med wrestling only expresses what female mud wrestling is! Two females, in wet and see-through clothes, rolling in sticky mud together!
Oh! And one more thing, don't take things into your own hands and try to express the conflicts the Arab world has been going through and suffering from! News and protests can do that much better!
It's such a shame that these people get more media coverage than the real voices like Diana Karazon and Toni Qattan for example! And let's not forget the singers who really represent Jordan ans Jordanian music, like Omar Al Abdallat and Bashar Al Sarhan!