Ayman Zabib returns with Algerian music
The Lebanese artist Ayman Zabib is soon to release his new album including songs in the Lebanese, Egyptian and for the first time in the Algerian dialect.
According to the London daily Elaph, Ayman said that he is preparing for a Khaliji “Gulf Countries dialect” song which will also be included on his new album.
“The Khaliji dialect is close to my heart,” said Ayman, stating that he has always wanted to sing is such a musical style.
Ayman was among the first to sing in the Lebanese Bedouin style with his song “Baed Eyouni Ya Ali” (Precious Ali).