Martin Al Masri | Nwo

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Nwo

by Martin Al Masri

NWO album features three unique Arabic music flavors, all distinctly Egyptian, with songs including Noor Anaya, W Balash Azaar and Ouli Oubi.
Genre: Pop: with Electronic Production
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1. Noor Anaya
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2. W Balash Azaar
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3. Ouli Oubi
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Album Notes
NWO EP Album - The Story Behind

Noor Anaya (The Light in My Eyes)
O' light of my eyes I miss your whisper very much
Talk to me o' light of my eyes. Don't you miss my eyes?
I do remember the time we met and still recall our first words
You made me feel am in heaven. You made me reach to another reality

O' sweetheart come close to me and disappoint their hopes
Let me in your arms. let me in your heart. Baby don't listen to them

Reproach me. It's a sign of love
It's a sign of protection O' light of my eyes O' light of my eyes

Storyline
[Intro] The expression “Noor Anaya” is an Arabic translation that essentially means “The Light In My Eyes”, someone who was so special to me, they were quite literally the ‘light in my eyes’. The lyrics of the song have a deeply personal message and are mostly about missing someone who I am not close to anymore due to what time and distance has done to separate us.

[Body] When I think of that someone special, memories such as spending quality time together and our intimacy are so beautifully reflected in my mind’s eyes, they gleam and glisten with the light, to which time and distance has no boundary between us.

One may be closer to a loved one who lives in another country than to a close friend who lives next door. Reasons may be different mindsets, or love. We all experience similar situations at least once in our lives, the end results of which we can never predict.

[Outro] What I would like listeners to take away from listening to my song is the feeling of walking down memory lane when thinking of someone they loved dearly that brings about a warm hearted feeling and shimmer in their eye. Every time I think of that someone, I often have positive memories of our time together and continue my day with peace at mind.






















W Balash Azaar (No Excuses)
I will never be that easy for you
You wanna call me when you fancy
and when I need you, you push me away
This way, you are losing me

Don't give me lousy excuses
I am saying this straight out
I know you can be caring but you don't
I know you are after material
Baby I can be the same
I can hurt you deep
And never call you back
Till I fancy too

Now you are by yourself
Feel pain as much as you deserve
Get mad at me as much as you can
I will never fall for you again
You have no place in my heart
That's it .. thanks and good bye!

Storyline
[Intro] What happens when you lose trust, interest, faith or love in your partner? Some relationships can become very tricky and overly complicated, leading to one or both partners acting in ways they may later regret, so they cover what lacks in the relationship by making up excuses.

[Body] The song “W Balash Azaar" speaks about partners using excuses for their poor, inadequate, and unacceptable actions and behaviours, inevitably steering the relationship into a dark void. In some relationships, not everyone knows that their partner is lying to them and they end up having false pretences about their partner’s true motives when discovered or faced.

There are even those who knows that their partner is lying to them but they surrender or attempt to ignore, accepting abuse as false love. The relationship itself becomes so much more important more than their own self.

[Outro] If enemies can get together for the greater good then why is it so hard to omit the use of excuses in a relationship? Is it because of lifestyle, the nature of humans, or it is because it is easy to lie? It takes the same amount of energy to care about someone as it is to lie and cheat.



















Ouli Oubi (What Is Wrong With Me)
Try once to tell me what's wrong with me
Try once to answer me back
Don't ignore

You are so taking me for granted
You don't even bother to say why

Now I tell you the truth that I know
I make no difference to you
I will disagree with you this time finally
Although you call me your love
I don't care anymore for you.

Try once to tell me what's wrong with me
Try once to answer me back
Don't ignore

I am truly sorry for what I'm about to say
Your words are no longer credible

Storyline
[Intro] How many relationships were ruined because of lack of communication? Countless I assume. What saves a relationship is not as many expect to be the sweet talk, in fact serious dialogue makes serious relationships. The lyrics of this song are actually a complaint from a partner in a sort of a “silent” relationship. Sometimes tough talk is better than no talk at all.

[Body] The song “Ouli Oubi” speaks about ignorance, shallowness and superficiality in relationships.
Since I have been in similar relationships before, I can honestly say that confronting your partner in the pursuit of truth is the best decision one can make, trying to find reason when doubt, anger and hurt clouds your mind.

From similar relationships in the past, I would lose faith and question myself, over and over, why my parter and I were not connected anymore, why we became so shallow and why it was so hard to talk openly and arrive at a resolve.

I started questioning myself for what had happened, although I didn’t want to point fingers or blame my partner or I for what had happened. The painful part was, I couldn't find an answer.

[Outro] In the end I decided to move on and let go. Life has so much more to offer and I didn’t want to invest in a relationship where I couldn’t see a future, honesty or communication in it.

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