<?xml:namespace prefix = v ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:vml" /> The Arabic music world has paved the way for its newest arrival introduced by EMI Arabia. The company is proud to announce the release of Lebanese singer Raya Hilal's debut album "Koun Bi Omri" (Be in my Life).
Raya is considered to be a very talented young artist with a very attractive simple charisma and a warm voice. She grew up in the French island of La Reunion in the Indian Ocean. Her talent was discovered since her early days and she was encouraged by her family and friends to move ahead and build a music career for herself.
Its always known in the music business, to make a star you have to use the best elements of success which are top professional studios, writers, composer, photographers, and video clips directors, which is the exact way the singer's album was prepared.
Raya has worked with some of the best names in the music scene like Tony Abi Karam, Ihsan Al Monzer, Haitham Ziad, Kareem Al Iraqi, Tony Haddad, Mikki and many more, who believed in her potential and gave their best to support her art.
The album includes 8 tracks spearheaded by the breath-taking hit single “Jaee Ala ABali” (You are on my mind): an upbeat, very catchy Lebanese pop song, a sizzling track for the upcoming hot summer party season! The follow up single “Kouni Bi Omri” a mid-tempo sentimental track that already has been playing non-stop on radio stations across the region.
The third hit is “Mehtar Albi” (My Heart is Confused) which is an amazing fusion of Arabic tunes and classical slow rock, with Raya’s voice angles.
The album is scheduled for release in the very near future and will feature the following songs:
Jayee Ala Bali, written by Ahmed Darweesh and composed by Haitham Ziad Koun Bi Omri, written by Tony Abi Karam and composed by Ihsan Al Monzer Kel Marra, written and composed by Rober Shamma’a Rober Shamma’a Naseeha, written by Tony Abi Karam and composed by Ihsan Al Monzer Ba’adak Ala Wa’dak, written and composed by Rober Shamma’a Rober Shamma’a Mahma Ye’oulu, written by Faisal Zeid and composed by Shafeeq Abu Shaqra Mehtar Albi, written by Tony Abi Karam and composed by Ihsan Al Monzer Ya Shaghel Al Fatayat, written by Karim Al Iraqi and composed by Ihsan Al Monzer