Nancy Ajram denies being a seductive singer
Lebanese singer Nancy Ajram has denied allegations made against her that she is classified as a seductive singer and uses provocative moves to attract fans. The singer stressed that her style in singing is extremely different than that of truly seductive singers, who have flooded most of the satellite music channels.
<?xml:namespace prefix = st1 ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:smarttags" />Nancy added that the presence of thousands of fans to all of her concerts around the Arab world is proof that she has a true talent in singing and what she presents is real music and not seductions as many have claimed.
Ajram has revealed that she will for the first time include a Khaliji (Gulf) song in her upcoming album to satisfy the desire of her Gulf fans. Gulf composer Anwar Al Mashiri will compose the song “Kuthr Al Khayal” (Imagination) for Nancy, which is very similar in composition to the song (Ib’id Wi Khalini” by Gulf singer Mohammad Al Mazem.
The real wage Nancy was given from International Soft Drink Company Coca Cola for being the new face for their television commercials, is not known exactly, but strong sources reveal that the singer received less than one million US$ and the commercial only cost half a million US$.
The commercial was filmed in Cairo and the theme is that of young people enjoying a good time sitting around relaxing and drinking Coca Cola. The singer revealed that she was very interested in doing the commercial especially due to the fact that the idea of it is very similar to a music video. The singer underwent a major makeover to appear in a new look especially for the commercial.