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Samira Said is easily one of the most popular entertainers in the entire world. Her beautiful voice has crossed boarders, continents and oceans as people all around embrace her wonderful voice. While sure most popular in Arab countries (she sings mostly in Arabic) he songs have also transcended culture as well.
The history of Samira Said is a truly interesting one. She grew up in a medium sized city in Morocco and almost instantly was praised for her beauty and his charming personality. People knew these would carry her far, but it was only when she grew a little older and began singing, that people realized she was destined for great things.
Her parents realized this and they began entering her in singing competitions. Always a favorite of the judges, she often won, and launched her professional singing career from this. Soon after she was the most popular singer in the country.
But, Morocco was not enough for this dynamic personality. She decided to take the leap into the big time and move to Egypt where you can make a major impact on the entire Arab world. Sensing her greatness, many producers took her on and she began crafting beautiful songs, and recording many Arab favorites.
Before long the entire Arab world was caught in her spell and she was selling more records than anyone else in that part of the world. Samira Said was a bonefide superstar, with the record sales to prove it.
Today, Samira Said shows no signs of slowing down. Recently she has sung private concerts for royalty and she has performed in just about every major country in the world, Arab and non. Her most famous album contains the following twelve smash hits.
Youm Wara Youm composed by Amr Mostafa and written by Khaled Taj.
Allah Yesahelak composed by Amr Mostafa and written by Ayman Bahgat Amar.
Labena Helm composed by Amr Mostafa and written by Ayman Bahgat Amar.
Kol El Awat composed by Amr Mostafa and written by Rabi3 al Soufi.
Abeltak Leeh composed by Walid Sa3d and written by Ayman Bahgat Amar.
Men Youmi composed by Mohamed Mostafa and written by Amir Ta3ima.
Kan Mali composed by Hamdi Seddik and written by Amir Ta3ima.
Ezay Aheb composed by Mohamed Mostafa and written by Baha el Dine Mohamed.
Dahakteny composed by Riadh Hamchari and written by Amir Ta3ima.
Layali Zaman composed by Amr Mostafa and Written by Khaled Taj.
Ehssassi composed by Mohamed arram and written by Amir Ta3ima.
Rajalak composed by Achraf salem and written by Amir Ta3ima.