Egyptian singer Shireen Abdul Wahab and her record producer Nasr Mahrous were finally able to resolve their differences after Mahrous agreed to remedy the errors of the past few months.
Shireen had filed a lawsuit against Mahrous, demanding to break the contract between them. Shireen claims that Nasr only produces one album for her every two years, a matter that negatively affects her career and is against the stipulations of their contract, which clearly states he must produce an album for her, yearly.
Shireen explained that she must present a new music style in order to maintain her career, and Mahrous has failed to offer her any of the advantages provided to other singers by different production companies.
Although Mahrous has now promised to right this wrongs.
Shireen denied that she has received attractive offers from other production companies or that an outside party is influencing her position. If there was another company she intended to sign with, they could have simply pay the fees required to break her contract, ending the whole dilemma, the singer explained.
Shireen has completed recording five songs for her upcoming album, but announced that the album will not be released this summer as scheduled due to the disputes with her production company.