The famous Lebanese artist Diana Haddad has filmed a music video clip for her new song “Ya Zalan” (You, Who’s Mad).
The song, “Ya Zalan,” is from her latest Khaliji (Gulf Countries dialect) album called “Min Diana Ela…” (From Diana to…). The song was written by Hamed Al Ghirbawi and composed by Walid Al Shami.
According to the London daily Elaph, Diana worked with the Emirati director Nahlah Al Fahed on her new video clip. Filming for the new clip lasted for two days between Beirut and Dubai. The song will be aired first exclusively on ‘Rotana’ music channels and will then be aired on other Arab satellite channels.
The famous Lebanese artist Haifa Wehbe declined to comment on recent reports that her daughter Zainab is pregnant with her first grandchild. Haifa has not been in contact with her daughter for some time.
Haifa’s daughter got married a year ago and she did not invite her mother to the wedding. Haifa married Ahmad Abu Hashima around the same time. On other grounds, Haifa received an award for best Arab artist through a vote held by the Egyptian newspaper “Al Jomhuryeh.” Over a million readers from Egypt and the Arab world participated via telephone calls and text messages. Haifa had performed at the celebration where other celebrities were awarded, like actors Noor Al Sharif, Mahmoud Yasin, Yehya Fakharani, Yusra, Nabila Obeid, Muna Zaki, and Ahmad Helmi.
Lebanese artists stress urgency of love and motherhood
Many female Lebanese artists said that love is a priority and an artistic inspiration in their lives.
In a recent article Elissa said that she is a woman that needs a real man in her life and that she is ready to fall in love and get married. She also said that more than anything she is ready to be a mother.
According to the London daily Elaph, Elissa said she does not have a man in her life, but she trusts faith will bring the right man to her.
Ragheb Alameh Promises His Fans an Awesome New Album
The famous Lebanese superstar Ragheb Alameh put the final touches on his new album, which he has promised his fans, will be “awesome.” Alameh’s new album includes ten songs, recorded in various music studios in Beirut.
The album features two Lebanese songs, “Bitqel” (Becomes Fewer), written by Ahmad Madi, composed by Basem Yehya and distributed by Walid Al Maseeh and “Natrah Kilmah” (Waiting for a Word),written and composed by Talal Kintar and distributed by Marcelino.