Image 1 of 10: Sabeen Atallah, the hot Lebanese act, is dazzling the fans and seducing 2012 already with her music. She has in the past been professionally involved with the Rahbanis (Ghassan and Elias) and has also collaborated with Marwan Khoury.
Image 1 of 10: Basil Saqer is preparing a song in time for Valentine's Day, entitled fittingly 'Your Love is Certain. Both the lyrics and the melody come from Pierre Rahbani. Saqer will be recording this single, produced by the online company "Artist Street" in Karina Sudios.
Image 1 of 10: Rolita Fakih is a top model in the Mideast and competed as Miss Arab USA. She will be visiting Dubai from the US en route to Syria where she is set to discuss potential offers to star in Syrian TV dramas. She is considering an acting role in a TV series that addresses Syrian society. In Dubai she will negotiate details of a local fashion show.
Image 1 of 10: Diana Haddad, the Lebanese singer and resident of Dubai, is preparing to participate in festivals in the Gulf as well as the wider Arab world. The first music festival in the line-up is "February Nights" in Kuwait.
Image 1 of 10: Wael Kfoury, the Lebanese super-star, has finally returned to 'Rotana' - the Mideast production company - after their
estranged relationship. His comeback into their fold has been cause for celebration. Rotana held a reception in the
'Eau de Vie' hall of Phoenicia Hotel of Beirut that was well-attended by a strictly regulated media presence.
Image 1 of 10: Arwa, the Yemeni singer-artist (known for her MBC TV shows, 'If' and 'The Last to Know'), is preparing for a much-hyped concert with the Emirati, Hussein al Jasmi, in Abu Dhabi.
Image 1 of 10: The Lebanese classic heavy-weight, Waleed Tawfeeq, is recording a new love-song, 'You are my love,' due to be released for Valentines Day.
Image 1 of 10: The Chairman of 'Al Khalifa' Company for Art Production announced today the release of the latest album for Nadia Al Hilali. This timely release entitled - "The birth of the Prophet" - chimes in with the recent celebration of the Prophet Muhammed's(PBUH) birthday.
Image 1 of 10: Mazen Diab, the Lebanese media personality, hosts a Jordanian radio show called "On your way Home" on the 'Sawt al Ghad' (radio station). This radio show hosts a range of celebs with Mazen's sincere & on-the-spot commentary. He marked the 5th anniversary of this radio show by celebrating with local celebs and a guest list of 2, 500 attendees.
Image 1 of 10: The Moroccan singer Aabed has completed shooting for his song, "Who am I"? He borrowed his words from the Lebanese poet, Toni AbiKaram, and his melody from the Syrian musician, Mazen Al Ayoubi.
Some newcomers to the MIddle East familiar celebrity set dominate the music scene in 2012, while the regulars carrying on strutting their stunning stuff in the second month of the year.