Ruby lets it out
Egyptian singer Ruby’s latest album "Misheet Wara Ihsasi" (I Followed my Feelings) will hit stores in the upcoming days after a year long absence. The album features eight songs in completely new oriental and western styles, demonstrating Ruby’s wide range of talent.
The highlight of the album is the song "Mish Hati'dar" (You Can't) written by Issam Abdullah and composed by Sharif Sabri, Ruby's business manager. Sabri composed three other songs from the album and directed the clip for the song "Misheet Wara Ihsasi.”
According to the London based Elaph, Sabri denied circulating rumors that Ruby filmed her recent music video "Misheet Wara Ihsasi" (I Followed my Feelings) in her undergarments.
Sabri said the rumors are ridiculous, asserting Ruby would not be filmed in such a manner. Once the clip is released it will prove Ruby was filmed in proper attire, he added.
Sabri also denied rumors that Ruby intends to resign. Photographs of Ruby wearing a ‘Hijab,’ an Islamic headdress, were circulated on number of internet websites and on the pages of several newspapers, which led to speculation that she may resign from her singing career. Ruby’s subsequent disappearance from the spotlight for several weeks and the delay of her album, previously scheduled for release at beginning of the New Year, fueled the rumors.
Sabri confirmed that the pictures of Ruby wearing a ‘Hijab’ were fabricated.