Lebanese singer Carol Samaha has left Lebanon and will split her residency between France and Dubai, where she is signing her latest album “Adwa’ El Shuhra” (Fame’s Lights).
‘EMI Productions’ announced the release of Carole's new breath-taking album, featuring eight songs. The first single, “Esma’ani” (Listen to me), has already debuted on music charts as one of the most requested videos in the region.
According to the London based Elaph, the singer’s business manager revealed the singer will be residing in France and will be making frequent visits to Dubai to hold concerts. Carol’s manager denied that the recent war between Lebanon and Israel is the reason for the singer’s decision to immigrate.
Carol has completed filming her latest music video for the song “Za’alni” (Upset Me) under the direction of French director Terry Furgnees.
Carol is considered to be one of the elite of Arabic crossover artists today, who achieved superstardom through her two previous albums, "Helm" (Dream) and "Ana Horra" (I’m Free) enriching the Arabic music library with hits like “Ettalla’a Feyyi”(Look at me) and “Ghali Alayyieh” (Dear to me).