Moroccan singer Samira Saeed recently turned down a very generous offer from a competing music production company, stating that she is very satisfied with her current company Alam El Phan, owned by Muhsin Jaber.
The singer praised Alam El Phan’s treatment of her, and affirmed that she has no desire to shift her loyalties.
Much to her dismay, Samira’s new album, which has not officially been released, is being sold on the black market, which will have a negative impact upon sales and in turn cause her financial losses.
Recently Samira rekindled an old flame between her and Tunisian fans during her performance, which drew the largest crowd of any, at the Carthage Festival.
Samira sang a collection of her songs in different dialects varying from Moroccan to Egyptian, Lebanese, and even western.
The audience was memorized by her performance and the crowd of fans had her songs memorized by heart.