Nawal Al Zoughbi regains her glory once more
Since the release of her latest album “Aineik Kaddabeen” (Lying Eyes), after 2 years of absence, lebanese singer Nawal Al Zoughbi is regaining her glory and success like never before. Arab radio stations and satellite television channels are broadcasting her songs heavily since the moment her album was released.
Nawal flew to Egypt to attend the party held in celebration of the release of her album in Cairo last week and the place was crowded with fans and journalists. The Voice of Tomorrow, Australian based radio, interviewed Nawal to talk about her album and cooperation with Pepsi. Nawal revealed that she is going to do another Pepsi ad to promote diet Pepsi.
Nawal’s latest activities will include holding a concert in Cairo on July 15 celebrating TV nights. Another concert will be held in Beirut on the 24th, after that Nawal will be flying to Casablanca to hold a concert for LG on the 30th then go back to Lebanon to participate in Fatka festival.
Nawal is also participating in big concerts; on August 13th she will be participating in the Pepsi festival in al-Menia and a second concert in Alexandria on the 27th in Egypt. The prominent Lebanese singer is currently supervising the montage of her video clip “Aineik Kaddabeen”, which is expected to be released on Mazikka and LBC channels soon. Nawal's new work includes 12 songs sung in different accents that vary between Egyptian, Lebanese, and Khaligi (Gulf). Nawal will be filming four of her new songs in the form of musical video clips.
Nawal had stressed that the delay for the release was due to the fact that she had heard two new songs and was very impressed with them and so decided to record them and include them in the album.
Nawal denied circulating rumors that the delay of the album was due to disputes between her and Muhsin Jaber, owner of Alam El Phan. Nawal noted that the two are on excellent terms and she holds high respect for him and his company. She added that the delay was in her advantage because it means a better quality for her work.
Nawal revealed that she is not thinking to do any duet in the time being, saying that her first experience with Lebanese singer Wael Kfoury was very successful but any other experience must be thoroughly studied. -Albawaba.com
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