Tomorrow/Bokra: the new Arab initiative! link to the video 😀 check it out


Legendary Music Producer, Quincy Jones has collaborated with Emirati social entrepreneur Badr Jafar, to jointly produce the Arabic charity single entitled ‘TOMORROW / BOKRA’.

The song involves 24 leading Arab Artists from 16 nations across the Middle East and North Africa singing with one voice for a better tomorrow.

Grammy-nominated international superstar Akon has also lent his vocals to the track, and Shakira, who is of Lebanese descent, has recorded a special introduction to the music video. 

Quincy Jones’ original Grammy winning version of the song ‘Tomorrow (A Better You, A Better Me)’ has now been re-adapted and produced by Quincy Jones and Grammy Award winning Moroccan producer- RedOne, with Arabic lyrics. 

All funds raised as part of the single’s global distribution will be collected by the Arab Fund for Arts and Culture in support of the United Nations World Food Program, Dubai Culture & Arts Authority and the Abu Dhabi Music & Arts Foundation among others, to finance educational programs in music, arts and culture for children from across the Arab world.

Source from the youtube explanation under the video as well as from the main website:

Check it out! Be part of history!


14 thoughts on “Tomorrow/Bokra: the new Arab initiative!

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    1. I would like to understand what are you talking about….??
      especially the post you commented on is DOES NOT contain any whining….
      it’s a simple blog about a link…
      a song
      and a cause I care about…
      I did NOT even mention myself or anything to do with me in that post…

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