Nawal Al Zoghbi is a Lebanese singer pop singer. She has a fan base throughout the Arab world and has a following amongst Arab expatriates in North America and Europe. Her musical career has spanned over 25 years.
She achieved popularity first by singing traditional Arabic music with a pop sensibility, and later singing in the Gulf dialect, and also embracing newer trends in Arabian music. She plays the oriental Oud instrument, but she thinks it does not suits women's bodies. She capitalized on the popularity of music videos in Arab pop music in the '90s, which propelled her to local stardom in the Arab world.
Nawal released her single "Gharibi Hal Denyi" on TV and radios at the same time on 13 February 2013. The video for this single debuted on her official YouTube channel and had more than 1 million viewers in just 2 weeks. The song became the number one song in the Official Lebanese top 20 charts on 3 March 2013, proving one more time the popularity and ongoing success of the Golden Star.
Nawal released her first Iraqi song "Ghazilni" in May 2013 with a TV performance on the "Arab Idol" prime. The song was well received by fans and music critics and managed to enter the top 10 of most airplay charts in the Arab world. Ghazilni peaked at number 7 in the Official Lebanese top 20 charts on 9 June 2013.read more