Carol Samaha sings for cancer patients in Egypt
Lebanese singer Carol Samaha is preparing to shoot the music video for her song “Keef Bidi Eish” (How Will I Live) under the direction of Laila Kan’an, marking their first collaboration.
This is her third music video from her latest album “Ana Hura” (I’m Free).
The singer’s summer schedule is packed with concerts around the Arab world and abroad, including performances in Syria, Tunisia, and Switzerland. The singer is also scheduled to hold a charity concert in Egypt, in which all proceeds will go directly to help cancer patients.
According to the London based weekly, Laha, Carol is also working on her upcoming album, to be released this winter season. The singer revealed that the songs are all sung in the Lebanese dialect, except for one in the Egyptian.
Carol recently announced to the world that she is passionately in love, affirming that the relationship has a strong potential for marriage.
“Being in love is an essential part of life” and her primary concern, which is why she is willing to openly discuss her relationship, explained the singer.
Carol elucidated that the man in her life is not from the entertainment world, and the success of their relationship depends solely upon their level of trust.
The singer did draw the line when questioned about his characteristics, stressing that she will keep very personal matters away from the media.
“It is still too early to discuss marriage, and the relationship needs to be strengthened from all side before the picture is complete,” the singer revealed in a recent interview.