After months of ongoing negotiations between Lebanese singer Nancy Ajram and the production company ‘O Music’, which occurred in complete secrecy, an agreement was reached and the company will no exclusively distribute and produce all of Nancy’s albums, songs and music videos.
According to the London based Elaph, the company is owned by Egyptian tycoon Najeeb Sweiris. The company is new in its establishment, but is making great progress by attracting singers to join.
Nancy had received numerous offers from different production companies and decided that the one from ‘O Music’ suited her most. In the past her business manager Jiji Lamara had produced all her works.
On a different note, the long awaited for performance by prominent Lebanese singers Nancy and Assi Hilani, which was planned for months to take place at the beginning of this current month in Abu Dhabi, has been postponed until June 7, 2007.
The sudden change of date is due to urgent conditions in Abu Dhabi that were not specified to the public.
Sources revealed that the reason behind the postponement is most probably due to the sudden death of one of UAE ruling family members.
Organizers of the event, which is sponsored by LG Electronics, announced that anyone who had purchased a ticket for the event may use at the new date set or may contact them for a refund.
Before the announced delay, a press conference was held in Dubai for Nancy and Assi. Nancy talked about her future projects and especially her upcoming album that is dedicated solely for children. She revealed that a music video will be released along with the album and will be aired on most satellite music channels.
Nancy also expressed her honor at participating in the event with Assi stating that she holds great respect for him, revealing that there may be a future cooperation for a duet between them.