() is the eleventh studio album
by Lebanese recording artist Nawal Al Zoghbi
, released worldwide in June, 2006. The album is Nawal's second and final album with Alam Al Phan, after many conflicts with the label. Despite issues that accompanies the release of the album, it spawned nine singles, five of which topped the Arab charts. These singles include "Rouhi Ya Rouhi", "Yama Alou", "Aadi", "Aghla El Habayib", and "Shou Akhbarak". The album is Nawal's second best selling album behind 2004's Eneik Kaddabeen
Mazzika Television ran promos for the album prior to its release. The first promo began with the camera showing the silver boots of a lady, slowly working its way to the ladies face, but the screen blacked out before the face was revealed and the word 'soon' appeared. The beginning of the song 'habbaytak' was playing in the background. The next promo was the same as the previous one, however the face of the woman was revealed as Nawal al Zoghbi. The words 'Nawal al Zoghbi' and 'soon' appeared.
A few days later, the next promo began to air with exclusive first-time release to callers of specific numbers within Egypt. It sampled the following songs from the album, 'Yama Alou', 'Aghla el Habbayib', 'El Assi', 'Habbaytak' and 'Shou Akhbarak'. It also samples her latest hit, "Shou Akhbarak". This advert showed various pictures of Nawal from the photo shoot for the upcoming... Read More