Samira Saeed recording last three songs for new album
Moroccan singer Samira Saeed revealed that she is in the process of recording a new album and is currently working on the last three songs to include in it. Samira denied that the release date of the album will be this coming Muslim holiday Eid Al Adha, but fans hope it will be released quickly.
According to the Middle East news portal Elaph, Samira revealed that she is hoping to release the album this winter, perhaps during December.
The album has been postponed several times due to personal issues. Saeed is greatly respected for working with a number of renowned poets and composers like Mahmoud Al Usaili, Mohammad Raheem, Hani Yaqoub, Mohammad Juma and famous music distributor Hassan Al Shafei.
Recently, Samira released two singles the first "Mazal" (Still) sung in the Moroccan dialect and the second "Illi Baina" (What is Between Us) in the Egyptian dialect. Both songs enjoyed tremendous success. In addition, this past Ramadan season she sang the theme song for the television drama "Seeret Hub" (Love Story). The title of the theme song was "Bahis Bi Aman" (I Feel Safe) and was her gift to her thousands of devoted fans and admirers.
Everyone is anticipating her newest album with bated breath.