Rola Saad

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Rola Saad
رولا سعد
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Background information
Born (1978-08-25) August 25, 1978 (age 38)[1]
Tannourine, Lebanon
Genres Arabic pop music
Occupation(s) Singer, model,
Years active 2000s — present (singer)

Rola Youssef Saad (Arabic: رولا يوسف سعد) is a Lebanese pop singer and model who emerged in the mid-2000s and is most commonly known for her collaboration with Lebanese singer Sabah.[2]

Biography[edit]

Rola Saad was born in Tannourine, Lebanon, to a Christian Maronite family and became an orphan as a child.

She entered show business first as a model, appearing in fashion ads, most notably for "Habibi" and "Dallou'a" perfumes, as well as landing roles in 2 music videos by Saber Rebai ("Etzakkarak" and "Hayyarouni"). Her musical beginnings were with Alam al Phan record label. She also opened a fashion company "R with Love" with her elder sister. Her biggest hit was a cover of the Sabah classic "Yana Yana", with Sabah making a cameo in the video. The song became a success in 2006, topping sales charts[where?].

She was in the movie Room 707, and in 2011 she participated in a series Sayeen Dayeen.

Rola Saad is single and living in the south of Lebanon.[3]

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

  • 2004: Aala Da Elhal
  • 2007: Kol El Gharam
  • 2009: Al Fostane Al Abyad
  • 2012: Sings Sabah

Singles[edit]

Doq El Khishab Amout W Shouf Bi Edak Ana Hobla Habibi Eih Dah Eih Dah Meen Elly Shaghil Balak Ya Majnouna Doq El Khishab Excuse Me Keteer Bejin Aleik

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