Nancy Ajram behind Maya Nasri’s shift to Rotana
At the time Lebanese singer Maya Nasri revealed that the reason behind her leaving the production company Rolling In, which she had been a part of for many years, is due to the fact that the company neglected to treat her fairly, sources revealed that another reason is Lebanese singer Nancy Ajram. It was added that the company had been placing all its attention on Nancy and neglecting all the rest of the singers that are part of it.
According to the London based daily, Al Hayat, at the point when Maya threatened to pull out of the company, she noticed that no one was giving any significant to her threats and so she left the company without thinking twice. The company had placed all efforts on their advertising campaigns for the work of Nancy, since they felt that at this point Nancy is one of the hottest singers in the music industry and so in order to make profits from her popularity they must promote her music.
Nasri had for the past two years been suffering terribly with her previous production company, which had postponed her latest album for over a year. Maya had been treated badly by her company, which refused to give justifications for postponing her album and not meeting most of the terms in her contract. Maya finally broke free from the company and she has finally begun to reveal the misery she was feeling with them publicly in most of the interviews she holds. It has also been revealed that the singer may shift to Rotana production company, which has since the summer been showing exceptional interest in her and her music. The singer is debating whether the shift to Rotana will make up for the misery she has felt in the past years, and is hopeful if she makes the decision to move she will be treated fairly and rightfully as she feels she deserves.
Maya release her latest music video, which was filmed in Egypt, on all local and satellite TV stations. Her new album features a collection of songs sung in the Lebanese and Egyptian styles and was composed and written by prominent poets artists from both countries. Maya had recorded some of the songs in Egypt during one of her visits. Maya chose the song “Low Indak Kalb” (If You Had a Heart) to be the main one to hold the album’s title, which she also filmed in the form of music video in Egypt under the direction of Ahmad Al Mahdi. The clip was first aired on the Lebanese Broadcasting Company (LBC) satellite channel. After an absence that lasted over a year, Nasri returned to the music scenes with her latest hit single "Haba Hubat" (One Piece of Love). - Albawaba.com
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