Her unstable relationship with her father forced Angham to choose new albums that are supervised and produced by many new composers and lyricists. "Ella Ana" (Except Me) has been the first album without her father's help and it gained instant success around the Middle East. After the release of "Sidi Wisalak", Angham worked with a new team that changed her classic image and encouraged her to experiment new western music. "Omry Maak" (My Life With You), released in 2003, competed with her 2001 record "Leih Sebtaha" and toppled the latter to become the most selling album in Angham's career.
Both albums were produced by Alam elPhan music company. In 2005, Angham released "Bahibbik Wahashteeny" (I Love You and Miss You), which was commercially a failure and caused a lot of tension in Angham's career. After a two years of hard work, Angham came forward to the Pop music scene with her third best-selling album "Kolma N'arrab" (Whenever We Grow Closer) in which, till nowadays, continues to express lot of popularity, especially the title track, "Mabatallamesh" (I'll Never Learn) and "Hatmannalo elKheir" (Wishing Him All the Best). Angham is also known to be best friends with Syrian artist, Asala, and socialite, Samah Anwar.
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