Lebanese singer Diana Haddad records a Saudi dialect song in Dubai
25 Jul 2021
Diana Haddad with Hussam Kamel.
Gulf Today Report
Musical arranger Hussam Kamel announced that he is preparing a new 'artwork' for Diana Haddad, which will be in the Gulf dialect.
Kamel shared a video clip from inside one of the sound recording studios in Dubai, accompanied by Haddad, and commented on the clip, saying: “We’re at the Munawara studio with dear artist Diana Haddad wait for us for a new artwork in the Gulf dialect.” He indicated in the video clip to the artist and composer Fayez Al-Saeed.
Diana Haddad pose for photographs in Dubai.
Haddad confirmed through a video clip on her Instagram story that the new song will be in the Saudi dialect, composed by singer and composer Fayez Al-Saeed, and distributed by Hussam Kamel, and it will be released within the next few days after the completion of its recording.