Nancy Ajram advised to stick to simple songs
Renowned composer Amar Al Shura’iee has advised Lebanese singer Nancy Ajram to stay away from the traditional Arabic songs and stick to the light songs she normally sings. Amar stressed that <?xml:namespace prefix = st1 ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:smarttags" />Nancy is a singer with a pretty face but its shameful when she attempts to singer for the great singers like the late legendary Egyptian singer Umm Kalthoum and Algerian singer Warda.
According to the Qatar based daily, Al Raya, the singer has already began preparations for her upcoming album and is also planning on shooting two music videos from her latest release. Nancy revealed that she will film the songs “Oul Tani Kida” (Say that Again) and “Inta Aih” (What are you).
Ajram will for the first time in her career hold two concerts in Morocco during the month of December. It has been revealed that Nancy will be singing a collection of songs from her upcoming album, which is scheduled to be released during the beginning of 2005.
Nancy will be receiving a wage of 30 thousand US dollars for each concert. Concert tickets are already being sold despite the fact that no official announcements for the concerts have been made.