France’s Amir Haddad, who represented the country at the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest, has made a trip to Hong Kong to film his latest videoclip.
Amir visited the exotic Hong Kong, joining in the hustle and bustle of the metropolis to shoot his new music video, directed by Anthony Ghnassia and produced by SPOA Paris.
Although it is yet a surprise which single from his latest album Addictions will be released next, Amir shared pictures and a video of the set on his official Twitter account:
— ᴀᴍɪʀ (@Amir_Off) January 11, 2018
French-Israeli singer-songwriter Amir (born Laurent Amir Khlifa Khedider Haddad to Sephardic Jewish parents from Tunisia and Morocco, Paris, 1984) has enjoyed massive success in France and beyond since his respectable 6th place in the Grand Final of Eurovision 2016 in Stockholm, Sweden, earning 257 points with his hit entry J’ai cherché.
Amir’s career is going strong. Besides releasing his acclaimed platinum-certified album Addictions and venturing on a successful tour, he is recently one of the judges for France’s selection for Eurovision 2018, Destination Eurovision.