George Dfouni Sings About Life in an Animated Music Video

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The Lebanese American Artist, George Dfouni, releases a new hit song and an animated music video. The song discusses life's challenges and overcoming them.

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" Every person goes through life's ups and downs, however only the determined and the strong will survive, you simply need to surround yourself with honest and caring people and get rid of the shallow ones. My song puts things into perspective"

The Lebanese American Artist, George Dfouni, releases a new hit song and an animated music video. Ya Dinyeh, which translates to Hey Life, discusses life's challenges and overcoming them. It is uplifting and full of positive energy.

Despite having numerous traditional music video, the artist opted for an animated music video for this song, an idea that has not been done before in the Middle East.

"Every person goes through life's ups and downs, however only the determined and the strong will survive, you simply need to surround yourself with honest and caring people and get rid of the shallow ones. My song puts things into perspective," Dfouni stated.

George Dfouni, also known as GD, has made a name of himself in the music world for the past 7 years. He has produced 76 songs, 38 of them reached the top 5 in various charts. He has also be known for directing his own music videos. He considers himself an non traditional Artist. He managed to break into a market that is dominated by Artists living in various countries in the Middle East, a task that was never achieved before.

"I use music as a tool to get my message out, and most proceeds from my concerts gets donated to many charities. This was my goal and I reached it, " Dfouni added.

Enad Khouri wrote and composed the hit song, and the arrangement was done by Joseph Mosleh. The animation video was created by Waqar Afza.

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