Singer and┬ámusician Haroon from the former iconic pop band Awaaz, recently uploaded a video of himself singing the┬ápopular song Bella Ciao from Spanish Netflix series┬áMoney Heist.┬á
Haroon held a live session with a blogger on his Instagram and during the discussion she asked him if he could sing the song for his fans since everyone loved it so much. Following her request he began strumming his guitar strings and singing the Italian song loudly and proudly.
He uploaded the video on his Facebook with the caption clarifying his blunder, "Ciao Bella Ciao Ciao Ciao! ThatÔÇÖs clearly Italian not Spanish. It was a slip of the tongue because the Spanish show was on my mind, my bad."
He then went on to also acknowledge how he may have sang┬ásome┬ályrics incorrectly (which he did), but┬áadded that he made up for it with his┬á'great'┬áaccent.
"Blogger Dr. Heebah got me to spontaneously sing the Italian song, popularised recently by the Spanish TV series Money Heist, during our fun Instagram live session. I donÔÇÖt know Italian so I probably butchered the words but I have a great accent," he remarked.
Haroon concluded┬áthe caption by┬áreassuring his fans that they could also send in┬átheir requests to him. And by the end of the video, he stood up saying that it should be sang while standing and completed the┬áremaining song, adding that it's a 'fun' track.
However, contrary to happiness it bestows upon the fans of┬áMoney Heist,┬áBella Ciao┬áis┬áan Italian protest┬áfolk song┬áthat originated in the hardships of the┬ámondina┬áwomen, the┬ápaddy field┬áworkers in the late 19th century. These women sang it to protest against the harsh working conditions in the paddy fields of┬áNorth Italy.
The song was then┬áreworked and adopted as an anthem of the┬áanti-fascist┬áresistance by the┬áItalian partisans┬ábetween 1943-1945 during the┬áItalian Resistance. Many versions of Bella Ciao┬áare sung worldwide as an anti-fascist hymn of freedom and resistance.
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