Lebanese singer Diana Haddad has recently completed filming a
music video for the song “Widi Haki” (I want talk), which is from her latest
album “Bint Usool” (Daughter of origin). The song was sung in the modern Iraqi style
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“Widi Haki” marked the return of Diana and Emirati director
Nahla Al Fahed’s cooperation, who had chosen specific filming locations in the
city of Shariqa in the UAE. Filming of the clip lasted for one day.
A professional team of dancers were featured in the music
video that had performed special dances throughout the video. The song is
written by Iraqi poet Dia Al Mayali and composed by Iraqi composer Hussam
The song was chosen to be filmed based on popular demand
from Diana’s fans, who insisted on her filming it as the first music video from
Diana said that she chose the song “Widi Haki” specifically
due to the fact that it holds so much meaning and is very appropriate for the
conditions currently taking place in the Arab world. She added that the filming
took great effort from her and she was very honored to work with Nahla, whom
she considers a good and dear friend and was reason behind the success of many
music videos Diana had released in the past.
Diana stated that Nahla always surprises her with her unique
and new ideas and had revealed her in a new and daring look.
On her part, Nahla stated that she was very happy with the outcome
of the video, which is different from any of Diana’s previous clips. Nahla
stressed that she always strives to present female singers in a new look that
they had not appeared in previously.
Nahla said that she enjoys working with Diana because she is
very cooperative and is accepting of new ideas. Nahla noted that Diana will be
revealed in a new look that will surely meet the satisfaction of her fans and
the song will be a big hit.
The music video is expected to be launched in the next few
days and will be aired on the music satellite channel ‘Wannasah’.