Samira Said is a Moroccan pop singer, who also holds Egyptian citizenship.
|Native name:||سميرة عبد الرزاق بنسعيد|
|Birth name:||Samira Abdel Razak Bensaïd|
|Born:||January 10, 1958, Rabat, Morocco|
|Occupation(s):||Singer, songwriter, record producer, entrepreneur|
|Labels:||Mazzika, Alam El Phan, Rotana Records|
|Website:||Samira Said's Official site|
|Twitter:||Samira Said's Twitter profile|
|Instagram:||Samira Said's Instagram profile|
|Facebook:||Samira Said's Facebook profile|
|Youtube:||Samira Said's Youtube channel|
|IMDb:||Samira Said's IMDb|
About Samira Said
Moroccan pop and Arabic singer who won a World Music Award in 2003.
She was discovered by the music world in her late teen years, when she performed on the Moroccan television program Mawaheb.
She was often involved in activist and humanitarian work, including HIV/AIDS awareness and earthquake relief projects.
She married Hani Mhanna, a musician. Later, she was remarried to businessman Mustapha Ennaboulssi, with whom she had a son.
She met and collaborated with Arabic composer, Baligh Hamdi, during her time in Egypt.
Information related to Samira Said
- Moroccan emigrants to Egypt
- Naturalized citizens of Egypt
- Moroccan female singers
- Egyptian female singers
- World Music Awards winners