The famous Kuwaiti artist Nabeel Sho’ail launched his new music album during the “Eid Al Fiter” Muslim holiday that comes at the end of Ramadan.
This is Nabeel’s first album after a two-year absence.
The album, called “Nabeel Sho’ail 2009” will include seven songs, six in his native “Khaliji” (gulf) accent and the seventh in the Lebanese dialect.
The new album will include the song “Keef Al Hal” (How Are You) written by the poet Anwar Al Mashiri and composed by the Emirati Fayez Al Saeed.
Nabeel worked with the Lebanese music writer Biyar Al Hayek and composer Ziad Botros on the Lebanese song “Shwait Waqet” (Little Time) featured on the new album.