Prominent Egyptian superstar Amro Diab revealed that he composed 8 out of the 12 songs in his latest album “Banadeek Ta’ala” (I’m calling you come), which he intends on releasing on September 28. The album, which advertisements for have been posted on the social networks Facebook and Twitter, is considered to be the singer’s first album after the Egyptian January 25 Revolution.
The album had been postponed several times; the latest postponement was during the recent Muslim holiday Eid Al Fitr, right after the holy month of Ramadan.
According to the internet website MBC.net, the official page of Amro on Facebook witnessed over 12 thousand comments just hours after posters of the album were posted.
In the album, Amro cooperated with a number of prominent poets like Tamer Hussein, Ayman Bahjat Qamar, Baha Al Din Mohammad, Ameer Tu’aymah and Majdi Al Najjar.