Famous Lebanese singer Nancy Ajram is working with the composer Samir Sfair on a new 15-minute song, being recorded at studios in Cairo. The new album will be launched by the beginning of the summer season for her summer concert tour.
According to the London daily Elaph, Nancy is also working on a song in the Khaliji dialect for the album called “Khafif Ali Shwai” (Take It Easy On Me) with the Saudi composer Abed Al Rab Idris. “Khafif Ali Shwai” was written by Al Naser. It will be her first Saudi song.
The Libyan artist Hamid Al Sha’iri will distribute one of the songs for the new album, called “Ibn Al Jiran” (The Neighbor’s Son). The song was written by Khaled Amin and composed by Muhammad Rahim.
The new album will also feature a song in the Lebanese dialect called “Lamsit Eed” (A Hand’s Touch), written by Faris Iskandar and composed by Salim Salameh.
Nancy’s song “Mistanyak” (Waiting For You), originally by the late Egyptian singer Azizah Jalal, was released in her last album, “El Dunia Helwa” (Life Is Beautiful), and was a success.