Nancy Ajram to perform online concert via Tik Tok on September 18



Fri, 18 Sep 2020 - 01:22 GMT


Fri, 18 Sep 2020 - 01:22 GMT

File: Nancy Ajram.

File: Nancy Ajram.



CAIRO - 18 September 2020 : Lebanese star Nancy Ajram will perform an online concert via the Tik Tok application on Friday, September 18. 


Ajram is scheduled to sing at her concert a large group of songs from her last album in addition to some of her most famous songs.


Ajram gave a solo performance from a private location in Beirut on Tuesday, May 26, at 7 pm Cairo time. 


This concert was in celebration of Eid el Fitr, will not have a live audience present and will be exclusively live streamed on Nancy’s YouTube channel. 


Nancy hoped this concert resonated with her fans across the world as she spreads a message of love, hope, and togetherness. 






“I’m very excited for this special performance. ‘Hope Beyond Borders’ signifies much more than a concert. It’s also an effort to shine a light on the humanitarian efforts underway as families in Lebanon and around the world deal with economic difficulties and challenges underscored by COVID-19” announced Nancy Ajram. “While we all might feel alone, today, music unites us to do good and binds us together in solidarity to overcome this difficult ordeal.” Ajram previously said.



Ajram was born in May 1983 in Achrafieh, Lebanon. 


When Ajram was 15 years old she released her debut studio album "Mihtagalak" (I need you) produced by EMI. The following year, she released her second album "Sheel Oyoonak Anni" (2001) (Take your eyes off me). 


She was exceptionally accepted to the Syndicate of Professional Artists in Lebanon despite being under the legal age. 


Her career boosted in 2003, and in 2007 she sold over 2 million records, ranking third best-selling female artist in Lebanese history. According to her website, she was described on the Oprah Winfrey Show as one of the most influential personalities of the Middle East. 


Ajram was announced the best-selling Middle Eastern female singer of the decade (2000–2009). 


Ajram does not shy away from diversity in her songs; her albums usually draw on many dialects, including Egyptian, Lebanese or Khaleeji (Gulf). 


She was also one of the judges in "The Voice Kids" airing on MBC Masr. 


Throughout her career, Ajram has released a number of studio albums, including two dedicated for children, and numerous chart toppers such as the Lebanese hits "Yay", "Ehsas Jdeed" (New feeling); the Egyptian hits "Ya Tabtab", "Mo'egaba" (I'm in love), "Ibn El-Giran" (Neighbors' son), "Fi Hagat", "Ma Tegi Hena" (come here); and the Khaleeji hit of "Ya Kether". 




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