Dayman (album)

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Dayman
Studio album by Ryan Belhsen
Released July 3, 2012 (2012-07-03)
Recorded 2010-2012
Genre Moroccan pop, Pop, R&B, hip hop
Length 55:06
Label L-Boyz Record, New Lixus Entertainment
Producer Ryan Belhsen, Fahd Lil, Click-Boom, Trouble-G
Ryan Belhsen chronology
Ryan Belhsen (album)
(2010)
Dayman
(2012)
Unique
(2013)
Singles from Dayman
  1. "Baghi Nkon Meak"
    Released: March 20, 2010
  2. "Neish Hdak"
    Released: January 15, 2011
  3. "Mehtaj Lik"
    Released: April 17, 2011
  4. "Khallini Nebghik"
    Released: January 28, 2012
  5. "Rock Your Body"
    Released: May 4, 2012
  6. "Fjenbi"
    Released: May 26, 2012

Dayman[1] is the third studio album by Moroccan recording artist Ryan Belhsen. Belhsen released the album in mid-2012 as a follow up to his second album, Ryan Belhsen. Dayman was produced by Click-Boom, Fahd Lil from Laraboyz and Trouble-G from Red Bandana.

Background[edit]

In March 2012, Belhsen announced in a YouTube interview with his fans that he was still working on "Dayman," but promised it and an earlier preview of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia would be released later that year.[2] Belhsen supported the album with his Dayman Promotion Tour, which began in the middle of 2011 in Ksar el Kebir and concluded at the end of 2012.[citation needed]

Singles[edit]

"Baghi Nkon Meak", the first single from Dayman, was released on March 20, 2010. The second single, "Neish Hdak",[3] was released in the Tangiers-Tetouan region of Morocco on January 15, 2011. It featured guest vocals from Leyla Queenas and was the most listened-to single on ReverbNation. "Mehtaj Lik", the third single, for which Ryan made his first music video, was released on April 17, 2011. "Khallini Nebghik" the fourth single from the album, was released on January 28, 2012.[citation needed]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Producer(s) Length
1. Untitled   Ryan Belhsen, Fahd Lil Fahd Lil 3:39
2. "Whatcha Gonna Do"   Ryan Belhsen Fahd Lil 3:37
3. "Bezaf"   Ryan Belhsen, Driss Ichou Fahd Lil 3:43
4. "Neish Hdak" (featuring back vocals from Leyla Queen) Leyla Queen, Ryan Belhsen, Fahd Lil Fahd Lil 3:32
5. "Mehtaj Lik"   Ryan Belhsen Ryan Belhsen 3:05
6. "Never Stop This Love" (featuring back vocals from Fatine & Oumayma El Gagouh) Ryan Belhsen Ryan Belhsen 3:32
7. "Khallini Nebghik"   Ryan Belhsen Ryan Belhsen 4:13
8. "Fjenbi"   Ryan Belhsen Fahd Lil, Trouble-G 4:13
9. "Rock Your Body"   Ryan Belhsen Fahd Lil, Click-Boom, Trouble-G 3:41
10. "Nedman"   Ryan Belhsen Fahd Lil, Ryan Belhsen 4:02
11. "Dayman"   Ryan Belhsen Fahd Lil 2:34
12. "It's Over"   Ryan Belhsen Fahd Lil, Ryan Belhsen 3:46
13. "Mohal"   Ryan Belhsen, Driss Ichou Fahd Lil, Ryan Belhsen 2:06
14. "Can't Let You Go"   Ryan Belhsen Fahd Lil, Ryan Belhsen 3:39
15. "Tmennit"   Ryan Belhsen Fahd Lil, Ryan Belhsen 3:50
16. "Kibghik"   Ryan Belhsen Click-Boom 2:33

Personnel[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Article in Arabic : Ryan Belhsen is preparing to launch his third album "Dayman"". Tinjah.org. 2012-02-29. Retrieved 2012-03-31. 
  2. ^ "Article in Arabic : Ryan Belhsen is a Moroccan singer with a great ambition". Panet.co.il. Retrieved 2012-03-31. 
  3. ^ "Rap2Nord". Rap2nord.tv. Retrieved 2012-03-31. 

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