Tunisian singer Dora Al-Bashir confirmed the fact that she was subjected to blackmail and bargained for marriage in exchange for concluding artistic contracts. Dora Al-Bashir said in an interview with “Erm News”, that “who
Tunisian singer Dora Al-Bashir confirmed the fact that she was subjected to blackmail and bargained for marriage in exchange for concluding artistic contracts.
Dora Al-Bashir said in an interview with “Erm News”, that “one of the difficulties I faced in Egypt was that there was a personal contract with the technical contract through a common-law marriage or an official marriage, and this is what I refused.”
And she continued: “This is present in all the world, and I do not want to go into it in order to preserve the privacy of the profession and the reputation of the artistic community, but it is a fact, and I was not prepared to pay for concluding artistic contracts in Egypt, so the experiment ended.”
The Tunisian singer revealed that she intends to embark on a Gulf experience, and has prepared for her fans “a lot of art, love and honesty,” as she put it.
Singer Dora Al-Bashir sings the Tunisian color, and shows adherence to the artistic identity of her country and the Tunisian heritage, but is open to the world and loves various musical colors, from Libyan and Moroccan to Egyptian and Gulf.
Dora considered that “the Gulf song is very important at the level of the word and the melody,” and that the Gulf rhythms appeal to her, indicating that she is seriously considering the experience of performing this color.
Dora Al-Bashir is also preparing to launch a new Tunisian song composed by the great artist Mohamed Saleh Al-Harakati and the words of the poet Bashir Farah and distributed by Nader Al-Sharif, and she said that the song will be ready soon.
Dora Al-Bashir went into artistic experience in Egypt, and lived there between 2004 and 2008, and at that time she dealt with great composers, such as Salah Al-Sharnoubi, Helmy Bakr and Farouk Al-Sharnoubi.
And she confirmed that she recorded a song in Ammar Al-Shari’i studio in Egypt, distributed by Medhat Khamis, and it was written by Haitham Salim and composed by Yasser Nour, and she said that she had received many artistic performances and contracts at the time, but in exchange for the light song and purely commercial styles, which she said could not perform .