Egyptian pop star Amr Diab was in shock when he discovered that one of his songs, which he had not released, was stolen and is being distributed over the Internet. A friend of the singer had informed he that he heard the song over the Internet, a matter that frightened the singer.
According to the London based weekly, Laha, Amr was afraid that one of the songs from his upcoming album was being pirated, but when he heard the song he was relieved that it was not part of his upcoming album.
The stolen song “Sibtak” (I Left You) was originally recorded by Amr to be included in his previous album, but the singer had changed his mind at the last minute.
For fear of having his songs pirated, the singer is insisting on keeping all details of his upcoming album a secret and refused to reveal any information.
Out of 22 songs recorded, Amr Diab chose only 10 songs to include in his upcoming album. Amr worked with a number of prominent poets and composers to ensure the quality of his album, in addition to composing two of the songs himself.
Diab had gone on a strict diet and began exercising in order to loose 10 kilos before filming first video clip from his album. the singer was able to loose the weight in time to shoot the clip before releasing the album.
The singer will be appearing in a totally different look from any he had in the past.