Nancy Za'balawi refuses to use seductive measure to gain popularity
Rising Syrian singer Nancy Za'balawi has revealed that she is taking her first steps in her journey to a successful music career after her participation in the number one Arab show Superstar. Nancy stressed that through the show she was able to make her self heard to the public a step she needed to begin her music career.
According to the London based Elaph, Nancy revealed in a personal interview that she will not attribute any form of seduction or use her looks to reach people's hearts, rather rely solely on her talent to sing. She added that she watches every step she makes while performing and even makes sure that the cloths she wears are not too revealing and do not send out the wrong message to her listeners.
Nancy noted that her main idols in the music world are Syrian singers Asalah Nasri and Mayada Al Hinawi, late Tunisian singer Thikra, and Egyptian singer Shireen. She feels these singers have made a real difference in the music world relying on their ability to sing and reach people's hearts.
Za'balawi has also announced that she received an offer from well-known Lebanese singer Ragheb Alama to sing a duet with him by the beginning of next year. Nancy added that Ragheb had expressed his admiration with her voice and stressed that he would be very interested in singing a new duet with her.
Nancy agreed to the duet without a doubt, knowing that it would be her ticket to stardom and popularity. The singer added that she is not thinking of producing an album at the current time and is busy holding numerous concerts around the Arab world. Nancy was eliminated from the show Superstar in its early stages, but is marked for having a very strong and powerful voice. –Albawaba.com
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