Darine Hadchiti with a new comeback to the scenes
The same Lebanese singer Darine Hadchiti who rocked the music scene last year with her debut album “Eddam El Kel” (In front of All) is all set for a new comeback with her eagerly awaited new album by EMI productions. The first album had gone beyond all expectations and was a tremendous success that lifted the artist in a giant leap towards stardom.
Darine is preparing to release her second album “Irtahlak Albi”(My Heart is Comfortable with You) which is expected to find significant success.
A splendid album with rich content, and a very attractive feminine voice with an outstanding music production is the essence of “Irtahlak Albi”.
The album “Erthalak Alby” is due to hit the market mid of May of this year and is expected to bust the charts as soon as it is released. Already the first single “Amm Tethaly” topped the single charts when it was first released in March and now “Erthalak Alby” is paving the way for the one of the top selling albums of our year.
The first single “Am Tethalli” created a commotion around Darine’s new album when the track began playing on radio stations coupled with a fantastic high-budget video which is one of the most requested clips of this month.
Parallel to the success of the first single, the follow up hit “Irtahlak Albi” created a hype and is playing non-stop across the region.
The album is a combination of hit after hit featuring: “Alf Ba’a Ta’a", “Ba’ad Kelmi”, “Aref Laish”, “Allah Yetawwel Omrak” is “Ma Za’altak Taradeek” and many more.
Darine began singing when she was a young girl of 12 years old at every function in her neighborhood and would not miss the chance to sing with her friends and relatives. Being brought up in a family of talented renowned singers, the family acknowledged and embraced Darine’s talent and supported her every step.
Darine enrolled in the biggest talent show “Studio El Fan” and was awarded the bronze medal for her singing. After that she decided to take singing more seriously and started working on developing her talent more professionally. She took lessons and joined the Conservatoire.
Her current manager, George Anastasiades spotted her and immediately signed her on to Lea Production, a company specially formed to work on developing new talents and Darine was his first. They both worked together on her debut album, which hit pop charts regionally and took her only 2 months in the making.
The debut single, which was the title track “Edam EL Kel” was the most requested song on all radio stations and TV. The album produced several hits like “Ba’adek Bekoul El Mattareh” and “Ekbar Shwaie”.
Darine's dream is “to one day be famous worldwide and not just in the Arab world.”
For more on Darine Hadchiti: visit her website www.darinehadchiti.com.