With 5 albums to her name, Lebanese singer and entertainer Myriam Fares is one of the most popular female stars in the Middle East.
Myriam released her debut album in 2003, with Nadini quickly following 2 years later, but it was her third album – Bet’oul Eh – which put her on the pop star map. Embracing multi-media, her album featured elaborate music videos, including the stunning title track shot in Paris. This on screen presence was further cemented when in 2014 she made her full screen debut in Itiham. Broadcast on 5 of the most popular Arabic TV channels during Ramadan, the film was dubbed to Bosnian, Malaysian and Indonesian networks, gaining her fresh fans across the world.
Back in the music world, Fares set a record with Anghami as her album Aman was the most streamed record on the popular Middle Eastern streaming site. A pop culture icon across the region, she’s an ambassador for Wella, Vodafone and Fresh Look, while she’s frequently referred to as a fashion idol, the queen of stage and one of the fastest rising young Arab stars, Myriam Fares is living proof that modern day pop stars need to be adaptable and succeed over a variety of formats to make it in today’s music industry.
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