She wrote, “We worked so hard to make this album come to life from our hearts to yours,” she posted on her Facebook on Saturday without revealing any details.
Barghouti's post received many encouraging comments.
Barghouti, 24, was born in Ramallah, the West Bank. Both her parents are involved in the world of art and music, and her older sister began taking violin lessons at the Edward Said Conservatory in Ramallah at an early age.
Barghouti began her singing career in 2011, at the age of 14, performing Arab Tarab.
In May 2019, Barghouti graduated from the Conservatory of Music in Amsterdam with distinction, and began studying for a Master's degree in music at the same institute.
Fusing jazz and Middle Eastern sounds, Barghouti performed several concerts in the Middle East and Europe. She has been in the limelight for her renditions of covers of Fayrouz and Rahbani Brothers' music.
In 2020, Barghouti won the Young Talent Award, presented by the Royal Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, one of Europe's most prestigious theatres.