Nazim Khaled

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Nazim Khaled born in Marseille, France is a French songwriter and composer. He grew up in Saint-Étienne and studied at Conservatoire de Saint-Étienne[1] before moving to Paris. He composed a great number of hits, that have charted on the French SNEP charts through his cooperation with Amir Haddad, Chimene Badi, Kendji Girac, Yannick Noah and Sindy amongst others.[2] He co-wrote and co-produced "J'ai cherché", the French entry to Eurovision Song Contest 2016 performed by Amir, and "Requiem", the French entry to the Eurovision Song Contest 2017 performed by Alma.[3][4][5][6] He also composed for the French musical La Légende du roi Arthur (full title La Légende du roi Arthur: Quand l'amour change le cours de l'histoire) in 2015.

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