Angham prepares for a strong comeback
Egyptian singer Angham is preparing for a strong comeback to the Khaliji (Gulf) music scene with a collection of songs she recently completed recording. Angham just recorded two songs at one of the recording studios in Dubai, but it is not yet known if the songs will be included in Angham’s upcoming Khaliji album or if they will be released as singles.
According to the London based Elaph, during a recent television interview, Angham defended her idea of singing in the Khaliji dialect stressing that she has a wide range of fans around the Arab Gulf, who are always anxious for her to release new songs in the Khaliji dialect.
Recently, Angham was criticized for turning to the Khaliji song stating that she did so because the Egyptian music industry was deteriorating.
Angham stressed that she had released a Khaliji album in the past and it witnessed significant success all around the Arab world especially the Gulf region.