Below some music videos from international artists who got inspired by Morocco .. !
The Rolling Stones were in Tangier in 1989
Discover the visit of the Rolling Stones to Jajouka near Tangier in Morocco,
Chris Rea filming in Morocco in 1992
“Nothing To Fear” song movie was filmed in Morocco.
Led Zeppelin filmed in Morocco in 1994
Jimmy Page and Robert Plant were in Morocco in 1975 and returned there in 94 to film music songs,
Paula Abdul’s song filmed in Morocco in 1995
Singer-dancer Paula Abdul opted for Morocco desert to film “My Love is for real” song.
U2 filmed ‘Magnificient’ in Fez in 2009
U2 released ‘Magnificent’ in 2009 as the second single from their 12th studio album, No Line On The Horizon. The song clip was filmed in Moroccan Imperial city Fez with its medina, a Unesco world heritage, at Riad Fes in the Medina ; Discover Fez with Bono in “Magnificient” >>
Boom Boom song in 2017
“Boom Boom” is a joint single by Moroccan artists RedOne and French Montana, Puerto Rican rapper Daddy Yankee, and American singer Dinah Jane. The video was shot in Los Angeles and in several Moroccan cities and regions. It shows the beautiful landmarks and landscapes of Morocco in cities like Chefchaouen, Marrakesh, Tetouan, Tangier and Merzouga. The video has more than 30 million views in 3 days!
French Montana shot “Famous” in Chefchaouen in 2018
Moroccan-American rapper Karim Kharbouch, known as French Montana, unveiled on January 2018 the much-anticipated video for his latest hit “Famous” shot on the streets of Chefchaouen