Listen To The Lebanese Parody And Mashup Of Mi Gna!

A few weeks ago, Despacito was the hit song in Lebanon. Just when the world agreed that we have had enough of it, a café/restaurant called Despacito opened in Sodeco. Also, Fouad Yammine parodied the song. In the

Lebanese version of Despacito

, Yammine is complaining about a couple who always avoid paying the bill.

Lebanese versions of Mi Gna

Now, there is another song that is taking Lebanon by storm, and that is Mi Gna. In fact, the Armenian song has reached over 77 million views on YouTube. A Lebanese person named Samer Richa parodied Mi Gna and added a Lebanese touch to it! A Lebanese singer named Rachelle Kiame performed an Arabic mashup of Mi Gna. The song is called “Mi Gna / Kif Badak 3ani Tghib”.

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Listen To The Lebanese Parody And Mashup Of Mi Gna!

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