Nancy Ajram sings exclusively for children
Lebanese singer Nancy Ajram has recorded a new album especially for children, after she realized that they comprise a large portion of her fans.
The new album features seven songs, on of which is sung in the Gulf dialect, another in the Lebanese dialect and the rest in the Egyptian. The album is considered to be Nancy’s special gift to children everywhere.
Ajram’s schedule was packed for the holidays starting with a concert on New Years Eve in Dubai, alongside Lebanese singers George Al Rassi and Huda Haddad.
Nancy then headed to the Bahraini capital Al Manama to hold a concert alongside prominent UAE singer Hussein Al Jasmi on January 2, which coincided with Bahrain’s ‘National Day’ celebrations and the Muslim holiday Eid Al Adha.
Nancy recently took part in a grand event in Egypt featuring American pop star Lionel Ritchie. Nancy gave a spectacular performance and sang a collection of her most popular hits. The event was held in celebration of the grand opening of a major tourist project called ‘Serrenia’ in southern Sinai. Upon his arrival, Lionel held a press conference in Cairo.
Egyptian actors Samir Sabri and Mohammad Al Huneidi led the ceremony, attended by a number of prominent Egyptian actors and VIPs.
Nancy is in the process of recording the songs for her upcoming album, which she plans on releasing during the summer season in 2007.
From Al Bawaba
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