Rowaida Atyeh’s voice owned by composers
The young Syrian artist Rowaida Atyeh was a guest on the entertainment show “Jaridah Bila Waraq” (Newspaper without Papers), aired on Abu Dhabi channel.
On the show she talked about her musical journey which she had started six years ago on the music talent show “Superstar,” eventually joining the company “Anoud Production.”
According to the London daily Elaph, “Anoud Productions has given me the best chance of my career since I signed with the company six months ago,” said Rowaida.
On the other hand, Rowaida denied that she is on bad terms with her previous production company “Al Shams.” She said that she wanted a change, nothing more.
Rowaida also denied there was trouble between her and the famous music production company ‘Rotana,’ asserting that she has good relations with all music production companies.
Rowaida also said that she had tried acting two years ago in the film “Al Bosta” (Post Office), because the directed Phillip Arqtinji requested she appear in it.
For now she does not want to pursue acting, she wants to focus on her singing career. She recently declined an offer to start in a Syrian television drama series, because she did not like the scenario.
Rowaida rejects the idea that an artist msut have a certain identity or belong to one country or to a certain music style. She said that her voice belongs to all composers.
Rowaida sang a song in the Khaliji “Gulf countries dialect” on her first album and the song was a great success. She hopes to record a Khaliji album in the future.
Rowaida’s new video clip “Koun Jdeed” (New World) is now being aired on various satellite music channels.