Angham’s pregnancy changes her tune
Egyptian singer Angham has decided to adjust her schedule now that she is pregnant, significantly decreasing her workload. The singer declined a request by composer Hilmi Baker to perform the song “Hal Ahbabt Imra’a Qalbi,” which is included in the upcoming Egyptian Radio and Television Network Song Contest.
Angham announced that she has chosen Lebanese director Nadine Libky to direct the music video for the first song from her upcoming album, for which she has already recorded nine songs. This will mark the first time Angham has chosen not to work with Ahmad Al Mahdi, who directed all of her previous music videos.
Angham is living the happiest days of her life after discovering that she and her husband Fahed are pregnant with their first child, after a year of marriage. Angham, who already has a son from a previous marriage, hopes the baby is a girl, but either way she prays the baby is healthy.