Alaa Zalzali

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Alaa Zalzali
علاء زلزلي
Birth name Ali Ahmed Zalzali
Born (1969-10-18) October 18, 1969 (age 44)
Origin Tyre, Lebanon
Occupations Singer
Website alaazalzaly.com
myspace.com/zalzali

Alaa Zalzali (Arabic: علاء زلزلي‎; born Ali Ahmed Zalzali; October 18, 1969 in Tyre, Lebanon) is a Lebanese singer.[1]

Zalzali was born on October 18, 1969 in Tyre, a city in Southern Lebanon. His birth name is Ali Ahmed Zalzali. He has two sisters, Joumana and Shat-el-rim, and one brother, Nader, who is Alaa's record distributor and the director of his company Zalzali Production. Alaa Zalzali had a passion in music since his early years. After graduating from high school, Zalzali went to college to study Arabic literature, but left his studies in his second year to join the national conservatory.

Zalzali's first song "Ahla Oyoun" was released in 1990. The song became a hit and helped pioneer Zalzali's career in the music industry. His latest song is the Dalouna which was a great hit.

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

Year Album
1990 Tariq el-Qadar طريق القدر
1991 Ahla Oyoun احلى عيون
1992 Wahashtini وحشتيني
1994 Hobbi Wi-jnouni حبي وجنوني
1995 Law Baddek Ghayri لو بدك غيري
1995 Iddallali اتدللي
1995 Raheeb رهيب
1995 At-haddani اتحداني
1996 El-Leil al-Maftouh الليل المفتوح
1997 Hayati Moghamra حياتي مغامرة
1999 Miyye bil-Miyye مية بالمية
2001 Ya Hanoun يا حنون
2004 Je Suis Malade

References[edit]

  1. ^ Alaa Zalzali. http://en.hibamusic.com, 2011. Retrieved 27 June 2011.

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