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|Born||1973 (age 43–44)
|Genres||Syrian Arabic music|
Noura Rahal was born to a Lebanese father and Syrian mother in Syria. She made her debut in 2001 with her first two singles "Salemly 'A Albak" (Give me your heart) and "Shoflak Hall" (Find a solution) In 2006, the breakthrough single "Kollo 3adi" (It's the same), an Egyptian song led her to even more success. Noura enjoyed more than four months with success, then produced a full album titled "Denyeti Ahla" (My world is prettiest). The lead singer of the album "La Tekhteber Sabri" (Don't test my patience) was very successful and rose so fast in the charts, making it one of the highest-selling albums of the year.
Noura Rahal also acted in the Syrian series "Ahl Algrarm" and in "Kowm Alhajar".
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