December 23, 2006

Amr Diab goes the limit to protect his music

Egyptian pop star Amr Diab is using a new strategy to protect his music from internet piracy. The singer completed recording the songs for his new album "Khalik Ma'aya" (Stay with me) all at once, and made sure that the recording studio was well protected.

Amr aims to release the album on New Year’s Eve, December 31 in Dubai’s Media City, a tradition of Amr.

“Khaleek Ma’aya” is also the title of the main song, along with expected hits “Kalatli Akool” (She told me to say) and “Dahikat” (She Smiled), composed by Amr.

The album will be Amr’s last to be produced by ‘Rotana,’ according to his contract. Amr has signed with an Egyptian company ‘Good News for Music,’ owned by Imad Adeeb.

The new contract states that the company will produce three albums for Amr in addition to films.

From Al Bawaba

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