What better way could Hamid Al Shaeri say, "Hey, I'm back in business!" than with a 3D album?!
Since his last album "Rouh Samarah" eight years ago, Libyan singer Hamid Al Shaeri has decided to do what no other Egyptian has done before. He's releasing a 3D album, producing some of the audio and video songs himself. He also noted that he will be remixing some of his famous old hits for the nostalgia of former fans.
According to Laha Magazine, the album will feature the song "Nildum Asamina" for the late singer Ahmad Muneeb, which he remixed last year. The same song was also sung by famous Egyptian singer Mohammad Muneer in the mid nineties.
Hamid has not yet decided on a release date for his album, but stated that he is currently dedicating all his time to complete it and once it is ready he will reveal its launch date.
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