Suzan Tamim’s last album released during the trial of her accused killers
The last album recorded by Lebanese artist Suzan Tamim before she was murdered last July has been released.
A film is being made about Suzan’s life. Her death was widely covered by the press and was a common topic of discussion on several television shows.
According to the London daily Elaph, producer Muhsin Jaber, owner of “Alam Al Fan,” released the album.
Suzan filmed a video clip for one song before her death.
When she was still alive her ex-husband Adel Matooq did not allow for the album to be released by “Alam Al Fan,” because of Suzan’s contract with Matooq.
After her death, Matooq gave permission to have all of Suzan’s interviews and art work released to the public. All proceeds are being donated to charity.
Many believe that such a gesture from her husband came too late. She and Matooq had a troubled relationship, which led Suzan to leave him.
Producer Muhsin Jaber chose the timing of the release and he also chose the title of the album, “Nawyhalo” (I’m Make Him Pay).
The same song was also released by the Lebanese artist Rula Saed. She filmed a music video clip for the song featuring the Turkish actor “Kevinich,” known as “Muhannad.”
Music channels “Mazika” and “Zoom” will start airing Suzan’s video clip soon.
Jaber has been criticized over the timing of the release, charging that he is exploiting her tragic death for profit.