Shada Hassoun – Wa3ed 3arkoob

Posted on December 18th, 2009 by Samar Kai

Confirmed the Iraqi singer Shatha Hassoun and that negotiations between them and the company Rotana to join but have not yet reached the formal framework.
Shatha and praised the cooperation that has recently been with the company and its participation in the revival of a ceremony last Eid al-Adha in Lebanon with the artist Majed Al confirmed that the relationship will continue with Rotana both adhered to the company or not join, she dreamed of joining in the near future. And is preparing to release the album intends to put new album in 2010 but did not set a date yet to be put forward, which will be among the diverse dialects of Lebanon, Gulf and Iraq> The Shatha Hassoun had recently completed filming her new video with director promised shank live happily in Lebanon and the song is written by Abdullah Burad and melody Nasser Al-Saleh has been filming in some of the archeological sites in Lebanon.

The Iraqi singer Shada Hassoun is negotiating to join Rotana but she has not yet reached the final stage. Shada Hassoun praised the cooperation that was recently done with the Rotana for her participation in the ceremony of Eid Al-Adha in Lebanon with the singer Majed Al Mohandes. She confirmed that the relationship will continue with Rotana in both cases, whether they agreed on a contract or not

Shaza Hassoun is preparing to release her 2010 album but she did not yet set a date for the launching; the album holds Arabic songs with diversified dialects Lebanese songs, Khaliji songs and Iraqi songs. Shada Hassoun has recently completed filming her new video clip with the director Yahya Saade in Lebanon and the song Wa3ed Arkoob is written by Abdullah Burad and composed by Nasser Al-Saleh

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Shada Hassoun, in her interview with Talk of the Town on MTV, talked about her experience when she visited her home country Baghdad, Iraq_and said that she will repeat the visit no matter what, it’s not the war that stops her from going to the land of her ancestors

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