Melissa (singer)

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Melissa
Melissa in Arabic fashion week 2015.jpg
Melissa in Arab Fashion week in Dubai 2015
Background information
Native name ميليسا
Birth name Myriam Shehab
Born (1982-02-09) 9 February 1982 (age 35)
Baraachit, Lebanon
Genres Arabic pop, world
Occupation(s) Singer
Years active 2006–present
Labels Rotana, Dilara Music Production, EMI
Associated acts Akon, Dr.Alban, David Vendetta, Haddaway
Website [1] Official Facebook Page

Melissa (Arabic: ميليسا‎‎; born 9 February 1982 as Myriam Shehab) is a Lebanese singer discovered by music producers Fady Bitar and Jean Saliba.

Musical career[edit]

When she released her first album, "Baddi Mennak", she was signed with Alam El Phan,[1] an Egyptian record label perhaps known for also being the record label of Samira Said[2] and Haifa Wehbe.[3] Her second album, "Mfakar Halak Min", was released via her current label Rotana Records.

Internationally she might be known for her collaborations with Akon, with whom she collaborated once on the song "Yalli Naseeni",[4] and Dr. Alban, with whom she collaborated twice; in 2008 on the song "Habibi (Somebody Call My Name)" (part of her second album), and in 2010 with the song "Tell Me Wath U Want (Gharamak)".[5][6]

Albums[edit]

Year of release Title (translation) Arabic title Label Reference
2006 "Baddi Mennak" (I Want You) بدي منك Alam El Phan [1]
2008 "Mfaker Halak Min" (Who Do You Think You Are) مفكر حالك مين Rotana Records
2013 "Min Meen Khayef" (From Who Are You Afraid) من مين خايف Dilara Music Production

Non-album singles[edit]

Year of release Title (translation) Arabic title Label Reference
2009 "Halafnalak" (I Sworn You) حلفنالك Dilara Master Production [7][8]
2009 "Yalli Naseeni" (You Who Forgot Me) (Akon & Melissa) يالي نسيني Dilara Master Production [9]
2010 "Tell Me What You Want (Gharamak)" (ft. Dr. Alban) (Tell Me What You Want (Your Love)) غرامك Dilara Master Production [10]
2011 "Garahtak" (I Hurt You) جرحتك Dilara Master Production
2014 "Jazeerat Al Hob" (The Island Love) جزيرة الحب W Production
2015 "Masriya 100%" (Egyptian 100%) مصرية 100% W Production
2016 "Ma Maak Masari (You Don't Have Money?) ما معك مصري

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