Samira Saeed - File Photo
CAIRO – 29 October 2017: Renowned Moroccan singer Samira Saeed will perform a concert in the Kuwaiti Opera House on December 8.
Saeed performed at the closing ceremony of the Alexandria International Song Festival at Bibliotheca Alexandrina on Friday, October 20.
Saeed presented at the concert a selection of her latest successful songs including "Mahaslesh Haga" (Nothing Happened), "Ayza Aeesh" (I Want to Live), and "Hawa Hawa" (Air) among others.
Saeed was born in Rabat, Morocco in 1958 and started singing when she was only nine years old through the famed Moroccan talents discovery television program, “Mawaheb,” broadcasted at the time on Royal Moroccan TV.
Most of her lyrics are Arabic, sung in an Egyptian dialect, although she has also recorded some songs in Moroccan, such as: "Kifash Tlakina" (How we Met), "Fayetli Sheftek Shi Marra" (I've Seen You Once), "Sarkouh" (They Stole Him), and "Al Behhara" (The Sailors).
Her singles include "Maghlouba" (Beaten) and "Wa'ady" (My Love). Saeed presented a number of Egyptian hits that were very popular in Egypt such as: "Ben Leff" (The Circle of Life), "Sayidati Sadati" (Ladies and Gentlemen), "Malich Enwan" (With No Address) and "Akher Hawa" (Last Love).
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