The King Abdulaziz Center for World Culture (Ithra) has completed a series of Eid songs that it presents annually with a song entitled “Perfume and Sugar” to be gifted to young and old on the occasion of Eid Al-Fitr.
The center did not hesitate to choose carefully so that the song was recorded inside the corridors of the Children’s Museum, with the voice of the artist Rasha Rizk, who is distinguished by the sweetness of her velvet voice and her performance, repeating: “We live every feast we live, we make joys, and joys are joys.”
In words full of joy and wishes, the Ithra Center presented a greeting card to its fans full of hope and love of life, through the Eid song “Perfume and Sugar”, which brought to mind the fragrance of the childhood past and nostalgia for it, to evoke the tales of Eid and embody the features of his joy in a suit filled with doses of hope and a spirit of happiness. .
The words mixed the laughter filled with dreams that appeared on the lips of the children to grow with them, grow and blossom, to quench the suns of love with light and beauty awakened to cast a shadow on the wishes that may become from the tape of memories with the passage of days and the folding of the pages of time.
From Ithra celebrations on Eid
Returning to the Eid songs that Ithra presents to his followers, as his annual custom, the abundance and selection of words has characterized his songs since 2020, when the artist Zina Emad sang the song “Halwa and a Gift”.
In the following year, the center continued its progress in greeting its fans, through a song by the artist Zina Imad with the artist Moaz Bakna, entitled “A pleasure that manifests”, to complete his journey this year with the song “Perfume and Sugar”, which has been popular among childhood and youth circles since the first hours of its broadcast, and that On the basis of the role of “Ithraa” in spreading the joy of every Eid with a song that immerses listeners in the joy of Eid.
Rasha Rizk, who starred at the height of her Arab and international stardom, gifted the thirsty audiences from the heart of the “Ithra” center with words of love and peace for the “Eid”, where her melodies and masterpieces of her art glowed, establishing her cultural and artistic imprint that extends for more than 30 years, since she was nine years old. Until the present time, what distinguishes the masterpieces of its archive is that it carries the spring of childhood for the youth of today and the future of tomorrow.