Various Arabic radio stations have started broadcasting the new song “Bitfakar Fe Eh” (What Are You Thinking About) by the Lebanese artist Nancy Ajram. The new song is written by Amir Taymah, composed by Muhammad Al Nadi and distributed by Tareq Madkoor.
The new song is from Nancy’s latest album, which has yet to be released in stores.
The new album includes 14 songs and will be released in the next few days.
According to the London daily Elaph, four songs on Nancy’s new album are by the Lebanese composer Samir Sfair. They are “Zaman Kan Indi Alb” (In the Past I Used to Have a Heart), written by Amir Taymah and distributed by Tareq Madkoor, and“Min Ghairi Ana” (Without Me), written by Nizar Francis and also distributed by Tareq MAdkoor. The other two songs are “Li Al Haq” (I have The Right), written by Mustafa Mursi and distributed by Fahed and the fourth song is “Btegi Seeritak” (There is Talk about You), written by the poet Mustafa Kamel and distributed by Tareq Akef.
Songs from the new album are sung in the Khaliji (Gulf) dialect. Nancy turned to the Saudi musician Abed Al Rab Idris for assistance on the song “Khafif Ali” (Take It Easy on Me). The song was written by the famous Khaliji poet Al Naser and distributed by Tareq Akif.