Shereen Wajdi dedicates all her time to music
After the great success of her latest album "Lao Beinna Eih" (Whatever There is Between Us), Egyptian singer-actor Shereen Wajdi decided to dedicate all her time in the coming years to singing, leaving the career of acting behind her back.
The Egyptian daily, Al Gomhuriya reported on Monday that the "2002 best singer" Wajdi admitted that acting took her from singing for several years. "Throughout the whole 11 years as a singer, I came out with four albums only in my record," said Wajdi. She added that she wouldn't think of getting back to acting unless she is offered a great TV project to work on.
The English-graduate singer from Ein Shams University, signed late last month, a three-year contract with Rotana Production Company. The contract stipulates the launching of one album each year, the first of which to be released during the upcoming Eid Al Fitr holiday.
The first album in the contract, which name was name revealed, will include ten different songs written and composed by a number of young names in the music world, like Amr Mustafa and Mohammed Rahim.
Rotana general manager, Mr. Salim Al Hindi, has personally headed for Cairo to sign the contract with the renowned singer in a ceremony attended by Shereen's husband business Ehab Tal'at and Rotana's office manger in Cairo, Dr. Mohammed Hazem.
Earlier this year, Shereen Wajdi has won the title of best 2002 singer in the Arab world, which granted her a great opportunity to join Rotana. - Albawaba.com
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