In Lebanon, she gets the best names and the same goes in Egypt. One recent hit song of hers that will be included in her upcoming album is the one she collaborated with Aziz El Shafei, a composer/singer who even wrote the lyrics for the lead song. It's a flirty song the kind that Nawal does well. I like to think it's a new style that allows Nawal to tab into a new market and a new generation. "Ya Gadaa" is easy to get stuck in one's head and it's so easy to sing along and repeat. That makes a hit instantly.
Her Egyptian is flawless and Aziz does a great job here. This is a different experience for Aziz as the chorus seems to feature some children. Could this song be a love song? Yes, could it be for one's kids? Sure. It's meant to be vague, allowing different people to relate to it. It's a different than songs we have heard in the past from Nawal.
The yet to be released album will have 11 tracks. We have already heard about three of them and she passed three on three. Ya Gadfaa has already been filmed in Romania with Joe Bou Eid who is known for his use of colors and props that brings out the feminine looks.