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Beautiful Arab Women 2
More of the most beautiful Arab women.
Here is my second article about the beautiful women of the Middle East.
Most of the women here are singers and musicians, but there are a few actresses thrown in here and there.
Although come to think about it, I think even the actresses sing.
And like last time, most of these lovely ladies are from Lebanon though we do have one born in Egypt.
A lot of these ladies you may have never heard of, much less seen them perform, so I threw in some videos when I could find them.
Lebanese music artist Marwa started playing music at the young age of eight.
I couldn't find a lot of info on her, but I do know that she has released three albums, Ama Naeema, Sheil Eidak and Mashrabsh Shay.
Marwa can play the saxophone, accordion and piano.
Lebanese musician and entertainer Myriam Fares was born in Kfar Shlil in Southern Lebanon, on May 3rd, 1983.
After starting out in ballet (at the age of five), she studied musicology at the National Conservatory of Music for four years.
At the age of sixteen, Myriam won the Lebanese Song Festival.
She released her first album Myriam in 2003, followed by Nadini (2005) and Bet'oul Eih (2008).
Myriam appeared in the 2009 film Selena as the main character, Selena.
Myriam Fares - Nifsi Aoulhalak
Lebanese Arab singer Nawal Al Zoghbi was born in Byblos, Lebanon on June 29th, 1972.
With a musical career has spanned over 20 years, Nawal has fans not only in the Arab world, but in North America and Europe as well.
She released her debut album Wehyati Andak in 1992, and has gone on to release thirteen albums and appear in almost thirty music videos.
Nawal has also won over fifty awards ranging from Best Female Singer in Lebanon in 1997 to Best Arabic Singer and Arab Hottie, both in 2007.
Nawal El Zoghbi - Gharibi Hal Denyi
Lebanese musician and actress Carole Samaha was born in Beirut, Lebanon on July 25th, 1972.
Carole has released five albums, "Helm" (A Dream), "Oughniat El Toufoula" (an album of childrens songs)"Ana Horra" (I Am Free) Adwa'a Al Shohra (The Lights Of Fame) and Hdoudi Sama (The Sky Is My Limit).
Carole has also appeared in seventeen music videos.
Lebanese Arab pop folk singer, producer, philanthropist and television personality Diana Haddad was born in Bsalim, Lebanon on October 1st, 1976.
Diana released her first album Saken in 1996, and has gone on to release eleven studio albums, sell over 26 million albums and rack up over twenty number one singles.
That makes her one of the most successful Arab female singers in the Arab World.
Angham is an Egyptian singer, record producer and actress, born on January 19th, 1970 in Alexandria, Egypt.
After High School, she studied at Cairo's Conservatory of Music.
She released her first album Fil Rokn elBaeed elHady (In The Far Distant Corner) in 1987.
Since then, Angham has released nineteen albums and is widely considered to be the most successful vocal female artist in Egypt.
In 2000, 2001, 2003, and 2007, she was named the best selling female pop artist in Middle East.
Darine may be a Swedish singer-songwriter, but she was born in Tripoli, Lebanon in 1984.
Her father was Lebanese and her mother was half-Swedish and half-Romanian.
Although she maintains a Swedish citizenship, her fame is in the Middle East.
She released her debut album Ma Rulez and followed that up with My Compliments in 2007.
I couldn't find a whole lot on Lebanese pop singer and model Rola Saad, other than that she grew up as an orphan.
Rola started out as a model and then ventured into singing, releasing a remake of the song “Yana Yana”with the famous classical singer Sabah.
That shot her into fame, and she released her first album Kel El Gharam in 2007, and followed that up with Ala Da Lehal in 2008.
Also in 2008, Rola appeared in the Egyptian film Al Ghourfa 707.
She then released her third album Al Foustan Al Abyad in 2009.
Rola got quite a bit of press because of her very public feud with fellow Lebanese singer Haifa Wehbe.
Lebanese singer Dina Hayek was born on October 6,1975 to a Lebanese father and her Syrian mother.
She released her first album; Sehir Al Gharam was in 2003.
But it was her second album, 2005's Katabtillak that brought her the most fame.
Dina released Ta'ala Albi in 2006.
Maya Nasri started out as an actress, and then moved into a singing career.
She was born in a small town in Northern Lebanon on August 14th, 1976.
Maya joined the Lebanese University of Fine Arts and very quickly began working in Lebanese series, theaters, plays, movies and went on to become a fashion model.
She released her first album Akhbarak Eih? in 2001 and followed that up with Law Kan Lak Alb (2003), Izzay The’rafni (2005) and Jayi Lwa't (2008).
As an actress, Maya has appeared in three films, Code 36 (2007), Kharej An elQanoun ("Against the Law") (2007) and Bamboozia (2009).
She has also appeared on two Egyptian TV series Sultan el Gharam ("Sultan of Love") (2007) and Wekalet Atiyya (2008) and one Syrian TV series, Rijal Alhasm (2009).
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There is not a whole lot about Lebanese singer Asmara online.
I found out that her whole family are artists, painters, singers, musicians etc.
Asmara herself is trained in piano, guitar, and opera.
She also is fluent in five languages.
Her first music video was in Arabic and titled "Enta Enta".
Asmara has performed in Lebanon, United Arab Emirates, Paris, and London just to name a few places.