Yesterday Massar Egabri posted a video for their song Matloob 7abeeb on their Facebook account; the video has been gaining massive traction; the song has been receiving mixed reviews from online users.
The video tackles Internet culture in Egypt, where it opens with an Instagram washing machine, with a few iPhones tumbling inside it, a number of models and plastic mannequin dolls, several duck face poses, and a whole slew of colourful food shots - successfully capturing a large chunk of our online lives.
Check it out below and you consider the commentary they're making on our absurdly digital lives today...
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