Norma Ray

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Sylvie N'Doumbé (Saint-Étienne, March 21, 1970), stage name Norma Ray, is a French singer, songwriter. She is the daughter of Cameroon soccer star Frédéric N'Doumbé.[1]

Norma has sung the French versions of songs on the soundtracks of French dubbed American films, including Sister Act 1 & 2, Lion King, Hercules etc. She has danced in the music video "U Got the Look" with Prince. She co-composed the song "Tous les maux d'amour" (All The Pain of Love), which became a hit for Ray in 1999 (hitting the Top 10 singles chart in France)[2] and one of the most played songs on radio stations in France, Canada, Switzerland and Belgium.[citation needed] The group S Club 7 made a cover version in English, which became an international hit entitled "Natural".

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  1. ^ http://www.chartsinfrance.net/actualite/news-69606.html
  2. ^ (13 March 1999). Hits of the World - France, Billboard (magazine) (showing song currently at No.9 on French charts for March 2, 1999)

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