Nicole Saba doubles her salary
Lebanese singer Nicole Saba announced that she has doubled her fee for all performances, particularly in touristy locations. The singer said the high demand for her performances necessitated the increase.
Saba is preparing for a trip to Alexandria, Egypt where she will hold two concerts at the International Song Festival. Event coordinator, Egyptian actor Samir Sabri, chose Saba to participate in the Festival.
According to the London based Elaph, Saba will perform with prominent Saudi singer Mohammad Abdo for the first time in her career on the first day of the Festival, and her second performance will be alongside Lebanese singer Wael Jassar.
After an endless battle between Nicole and television announcer Razan Moughrabi, Nicole decided to settle the matter by changing the title of her upcoming album to "Nar Al Hawa" (The Fire of Passion).
Heated disputes erupted between the two over the song "Nar Al Hawa," written and composed by Egyptian singer Tamer Husni. Each singer claimed the rights to the song, and eventually Nicole was deemed the copyrights, reported the UAE daily, Al Bayan.
Saba recently appeared as a guest on "Saot Al Ghad" (The Voice of Tomorrow) radio station, on the program "Winta Imrawah" (On Your Way Home) during a visit to Jordan.
The singer talked about her journey throughout her career and how she began as a member of the Lebanese band ‘The Four Cats,’ and then became a solo artist. She discussed entering the acting world through the Egyptian cinema, and now her residence is now divided between Egypt and Lebanon.