Ban on Rula Saed lifted
Lebanese singer Rula Saed was overjoyed by the recent decision to lift the ban placed on her in Egypt by the former head of the Musician’s Union, Muneer Al Wasmi, for performing a song that Lebanese singer Hiafa Wahbi claimed it rightfully belonged to her.
Rula said that she was impressed by Haifa’s performance of the disputed song, titled “Ayh Dah Ayh Dah” (What is this, what is this).
Rula said that she was confident that the ban would be lifted, anyhow, if she continued her lawsuit and appeal.
Rula filed a lawsuit against Haifa and had won the case, giving her rights to the song, but was then banned by Al Wasmi.
According to the internet website MBC.net, Rula said that she is now disgusted by the song after all the problems it has caused, despite its value, which is why so many singers choose to perform it at live concerts.
Rula revealed that her new album titled “Rula sings Sabah” is ready to be launched, but she is waiting until conditions around the Arab world are more stable before releasing it to ensure its success.