Sabah lights the skies of Rabat
Lebanese diva Sabah stole the spotlight at the grand opening of the Seventh Annual Arabic Music Festival in Rabat-Morocco as she made an exquisite entry dressed in a startling white gown. Sabah was able to make the audience forget having to wait an hour for the launching of the festival and took memorable photographs with journalists and fans.
The festival honored the great singer for her lifetime achievements and in celebration she sang “Ma Ana Ila Bashar” (I’m only human), which was originally recorded in the seventies upon a request by the late Moroccan king Alhassan II, reported the UAE based daily, Al Bayan.
On a different note, Sabah has chosen a number of her most popular hits like the songs “Dakhlak E’younak” and “Jeeb El Mijwiz” from her albums in the past in order to create remixes for them. Sabah will release the remixed collection in a new album that will hit stores in the near future.
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