Moroccan pop star Samira Said and Maître Gims to sing a duet

Moroccan singer Samira Said./Ph. DR
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Moroccan diva Samira Said is planning to surprise her fans, preparing for her new album. The pop star, settled down in Egypt, will be rapping for the first time in her career. Said’s new song will feature the famous Congolese rapper Maître Gims, reports Egyptian online newspaper Egypt Today.

Born in Rabat in 1958, the diva debuted her career as a singer when she was only 9 years old. This is not Samira Said’s first collaboration with international artists. In the early 2000s, she collaborated with Cheb Mami in «Youm Wara Youm» (Day After Day).

In 2010, she released a song called «Be Winner», singing next to Marrakech band Fnair. Samira Said is the first female singer in the MENA region to participate to the Eurovision Song Contest, where she sung «Bitaqat Hub» (A Love Card).

Her musical repertoire includes more than 40 music albums and more than 500 songs. She has also won numerous international awards, including the World Music Award, the Golden Murex in Lebanon and the BBC Music Award.

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