Lebanese singer Nancy Ajram tops international charts

Ahram Online , Thursday 21 Jul 2022

Lebanese singer Nancy Ajram is making international waves with the release of her new single Sah Sah.

Nancy Ajram

The single made its debut on the American Billboard Dance Charts (ABDC) this month, instantly taking the online charts by storm. As of today, the song sits at number 38 on ABDC and continues to break records on electronic platforms.

A collaboration with US producer Marshmellow, Sah Sah (True True) scored 8 million views on YouTube within its first two days and reached 20 million today. In its peak, it reached number 9 on iTunes in mid-July, becoming the first Arabic song to reach the top 10 on the platform. It then moved gradually to number 38.

The song topped the iTunes electronic category in both Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, and came as number 2 in Qatar.

The party-spirited single was composed by Moody Saeed to lyrics by Ahmad Alaeddine.

Born in 1983 in Beirut, Ajram is one of the most popular artists in the Arab region.

She launched her career at the age of 15, yet her breakthrough came with the single Akhasmak Ah, almost two decades ago.

Ever since, Ajram has become one of the most popular pop singers in the Arab region, producing a series of hit albums and starring in the most prestigious international talent shows.

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