Latifa heads to Paris to meet up with Algerian singer Bilal
Tunisian singer Latifa headed to Paris to meet up with the Algerian singer Bilal after hosting a New Year’s Eve concert in Lebanon. Her visit to Lebanon had also included work sessions with Lebanese record distributor Jan Mary Riashi for her upcoming album.
Latifa is to meet Algerian singer Bilal whom she had expressed her utmost appreciation for his musical talent of the modern Rai music. The two are currently looking into a possible duet that they hope will be different from the typical duet people are used to. They plan to surprise Arab and Western audience with their joint cooperation not revealing any details.
Latifa is said to be putting the final touches on her upcoming album. Latifa has been undergoing the recording and production of her album in complete secrecy not allowing any information of its nature to be revealed.
Latifa noted that her secrecy is due to the fear that others may steal her ideas and lyrics. She is currently meeting with composers and producers in complete confidentiality to choose the best song that fits to be the highlight of her new album.
The album, which includes a variety of songs by poets and composers from all over the Arab World, will hold many surprises for all Latifa's fans, with a Khaliji song written by Prince Badr Bin Abdul Muhsin.
Latifa did not give a specific date for her album's release, produced by “Alam Al Fan”(World of Art), but added that the album will also hold a Libyan song, written by Abdullah Al Mansour and composed by Mohamad Hassan. –Albawaba.com
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