“It doesn’t matter where you are, Dubai is always in your heart”…

Ya Salam Ya Dubai is the brand new song by Bahraini-Saudi singer Rashed Almajid & Grammy Award-winning Moroccan-Swedish producer RedOne. The single was released this month in partnership with Dubai Tourism for the Dubai Shopping Festival.

The music video released to accompany the song features many clips of Dubai’s most famous landmarks, from Burj Al Arab to Burj Khalifa, Dubai Palm Fountains, Atlantis, Bluewaters and more. The visual trip around the emirate is accompanied by Arabic and English lyrics.

Some of the song features English vocals from RedOne, with lyrics such as: “It’s somewhere you feel alive, forever on your mind. Wherever you close your eyes, Dubai is always in your heart… No matter where you go in life, it doesn’t matter where you are, Dubai is always in your heart.”

RedOne said:“It was a pleasure to be asked by Dubai Tourism to remake these legendary songs ‘Dubai Danat Al Donia’ and ‘Dubai Kawkab Aakhar’ with the legendary artist, Rashed Al Majed. I am very pleased with the outcome and can’t wait for people to experience it.”

See the full length video below:

As well as Rashed Almajid and RedOne, the video features a number of Dubai’s most popular Arab influencers, including Kris Fade, Fozzaza, Karen Wazen and Sara Murad. The video also highlights many of Dubai’s stunning landscapes with talented dancers from around the world.

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Issam Kazim, CEO, Dubai Corporation for Tourism and Commerce Marketing (DCTCM), said: “With Ya Salam Ya Dubai, we can truly celebrate how far Dubai has come to be a leading international destination recognised around the world.”

“In a relatively short time period, the city has innovated and adapted to changing tourism trends and the evolving global travel industry, achieving countless milestones, launching world-class landmarks and hosting successful events that continue to attract global attention and visitation,” he continued.