Chaima Doublal, known professionally as Chaimae Abdelaziz is a Moroccan Singer who rose to popularity as a contestant in the fourth season of The Voice Ahla Sawt, broadcast on MBC. She sang various songs of both Moroccan and Middle-Eastern repertoires and reached the quart-finals.
|Birth name:||Chaima Doublal|
|Born:||26, 1996, Marrakech, Morocco|
|Genres:||Arab pop, Arab Tarab, Moroccan music, Moroccan pop, Khaleeji, Arabic music, Middle Eastern music, Raï|
About Chaimae Abdelaziz
Moroccan singer who is best recognized for having been a contestant on The Voice Ahla Sawt. She is known for her pop and Arabic inspired music and is recognized for having covered the singles "Jitak li bakak habibi" and "Chedi weldek alia."
She first started singing at the age of 6 and then started performing in front of an audience at 9. She gained recognition when she auditioned for The Voice Ahla Sawt in 2018.
She is also known for her social media presence and shares clips from her live performances, interviews, and segments from The Voice through Instagram for her over 180,000 followers.
She was born and raised in Marrakesh. She is the youngest of four children. Her parents are both artists.
She selected Mohamed Hamaki as her coach when she moved on to the next level of the competition series The Voice Ahla Sawt.