Introducing singer songwriter Hana El Mok with the 1st cut of her self penned song Final Goodbye. “I grew up in South Manchester and I am half Moroccan, quarter English and quarter Irish. Quite a mix and I feel so lucky to be of mixed culture origin. Although I don’t speak a lot of Arabic and go over to Morocco that often that side of my family has a huge impact on me. The type of music that was played at home whilst I was growing up was based on Whitney Houston, Bob Marley, Tracey Chapman.”
Singer Songwriter Hana El Mok
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Hana is also a fan of Aretha Franklyn and Diana Ross. She is half Moroccan, quarter English and a quarter Irish – lucky to be of mixed culture origin. “The music I write is contemporary soulful, expressive ballad.”
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Hana will aways go the extra mile to make sure that she fulfils her dream. She is looking forward in anticipation to the launch of her debut album. Check out YouTube for original material.
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