Pascal Mashalaani amazed by Niagara Falls
Lebanese singer Pascal Mashalaani was recently in Canada for a short vacation to relax and visit relatives, where she visited Niagara Falls and was “amazed by its beauty.”
After her Canadian stop, the singer headed off to Egypt to appear as a guest on an Egyptian television program, and then flew home to Lebanon to resume work on her upcoming music video.
According to the London based Elaph, Pascal is in the process of filming a new video for the song "Arabni Minak" (Let Me Get Close to You) under the direction of Waleed Nasef from Lebanon, marking their first cooperation together.
In the new clip, to be shot on location in Lebanon, Pascal appears with a new look and a new style.
Recently Pascal visited Morocco to accept an award for ‘Best Song of the Year for 2005’ for "Akbar Kidba Bi Hayati" (The Biggest Lie in My Life) from the Moroccan Channel 2.
The singer won the award for "Akbar Kidba Bi Hayati" after a poll was held on a local Moroccan television channel, and Pascal’s song received the highest number of viewer votes. At a press conference held by the television network, Pascal expressed her honor and joy over receiving the award, and even gave a live performance after the conference.
Pascal also released music videos for the songs "Lao Lisa Faker" (If You Still Remember) and "Shu Bahibak" (How I Love You) under Lebanese director Mirna Al Khayat.