Bedouin symbol Majida El-Roumi set for melodic rebound

JEDDAH: Arab music star Majida El-Roumi will soon be back on the music scene with a melody titled “La Tasal” (Do Not Ask), which will be propelled on YouTube in the coming days.

Artist Souad Al-Sabah composed the verses of the tune, while Marwan Khoury formed its music and Michel Fade is in charge of its circulation.

El-Roumi allegedly deferred propelling the tune over and over due to a few troublesome issues the artist confronted in her own life. She was hospitalized quickly after she cracked her leg.

The 60-year-old artist confronted a noteworthy misfortune when her mom passed away and was later deprived by the passings of Lebanese performer Melhem Barakat, and a choral director in her band, Elie Merhej.

El-Roumi is booked to perform in a show at Sheik Jaber Al Ahmad Cultural Center in Kuwait on Jan. 20, 2017.

The Lebanese soprano is likewise an UN Goodwill Ambassador. She initially accumulated praise in 1974 when she took an interest in the ability demonstrate “Studio El Fan” on Télé Liban and performed melodies for Asmahan and Layla Murad at 16 years old.

A beneficiary of a few honors, El-Roumi got the National Shield of Honor of the Cedars, the Order of Commodore from the president of the republic in June 2011, and the Golden Key of the city of Alexandria in March 2014.

JEDDAH: Arab music star Majida El-Roumi will soon be back on the music scene with a melody titled “La Tasal” (Do Not Ask), which will be propelled on YouTube in the coming days.

Artist Souad Al-Sabah composed the verses of the tune, while Marwan Khoury formed its music and Michel Fade is in charge of its circulation.

El-Roumi allegedly deferred propelling the tune over and over due to a few troublesome issues the artist confronted in her own life. She was hospitalized quickly after she cracked her leg.

The 60-year-old artist confronted a noteworthy misfortune when her mom passed away and was later deprived by the passings of Lebanese performer Melhem Barakat, and a choral director in her band, Elie Merhej.

El-Roumi is booked to perform in a show at Sheik Jaber Al Ahmad Cultural Center in Kuwait on Jan. 20, 2017.

The Lebanese soprano is likewise an UN Goodwill Ambassador. She initially accumulated praise in 1974 when she took an interest in the ability demonstrate “Studio El Fan” on Télé Liban and performed melodies for Asmahan and Layla Murad at 16 years old.

A beneficiary of a few honors, El-Roumi got the National Shield of Honor of the Cedars, the Order of Commodore from the president of the republic in June 2011, and the Golden Key of the city of Alexandria in March 2014.

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