Juana Malah has no interest in Rotana
Lebanese singer Juana Malah has returned to the scenes in style with her new album "Hatifdal Fi Albi" (You Will Remain in my Heart). The album, produced by ‘Fame Melody,’ features seven songs composed by artists from Egypt and Lebanon.
Juana stated that her new album took over a year to prepare between studios in Lebanon and Egypt, explaining her long absence. She revealed that she was not so lucky with her two previous production companies, since neither provided her continued success.
After a careful study of the market, the singer felt it would be in her best interest to join the company ‘Fame Melody', whom she feels will help her excel in her career and reach the stardom she seeks. The singer stated that change gives every artist a sense of renewal, energy, and self confidence, and her new look reflects her actual personality.
Juana released a new music video for the song "Hatifdal Fi Qalbi" currently being aired on ‘Melody’s’ satellite music channel.
The singer surprisingly chose to work with controversial young, Egyptian director Jad Shweiri, whose work has been known to feature provocative scenes, often considered inappropriate for Arab audiences.
The singer’s fans are accustomed to her down to earth style that is close to the heart, and many criticized Juana for the cooperation with Jad, passing judgment before seeing the end result.
Jad presented a beautiful story filled with emotion in the clip he created for Juana that has so far been successful, and the cooperation has proven that he is capable of creating different styles of music videos, and not only seductive clips.
Juana denied undergoing any form of plastic surgery, stressing that she is very satisfied and content with the appearance God gave her.
She explained that she does not criticize artists who have undergone plastic surgeries, and feels each person is free to choose. Juana asserted that if she decides to have plastic surgery, she will make the news public.
Juana revealed that she does not intend to join Production Company ‘Rotana,’ mostly because she does not wish to be bounded by the numerous conditions ‘Rotana’ sets for its members, although she is on excellent terms with owner Al Waleed Bin Talal.