Top 10 Most Beautiful Female Arab Singers


10 Amani Swissi.

Amani Swissi, a former Star Academy contestant, is one of the most stunning Arab female artists. Amani Swissi was born in Sfax on April 11, 1983. This adorable Tunisian star is ranked 10th on our list. Amani Swissi took part in the Star Academy talent show’s second season in 2004. She was one of the students who qualified for the final shows during the season and was twice chosen as the top candidate. But not fortunate enough in the final rounds, as she got 48 percent of votes compared to her 51 percent Saudi opponent, season winner Hisham Abdel Rahman.

9 Nancy Ajram.

Nancy Nabil Ajram is a singer, tv judge and businesswoman from Lebanon. She was born in Achrafieh, Beirut, Lebanon, and raised there. She started acting as a child with the help of her father and performed in her early years on many television shows. He was born in Sahila Village, Mount Lebanon Governorate, on 16 May 1983. She has numerous diamond awards and has received three major music competitions as well. She’s best known for her platinum albums. “In songs that are well known on Lebanese and Arab stages, Nancy performed bilaterally with Lebanese director Nadine Labaki, such as:” I fight against you ah,” “oh harmony,” “oh and email,” “oh plump, oh dala,” “chakhbet shakhabit,” “What are you dreaming about.

8 Myriam Fares.

Myriam Fares is a singer, actor, actress and entertainer from Lebanon. “She is known as one of the few Arab female performers in the Middle East who performs choreographed dance routines while performing, and was thus called by Arab media as” Queen of Stage. Established on May 3, 1983, Myriam Fares is a Lebanese musician, actress and model. Her fame is not limited to Lebanon alone, but rather to the first class in the Arab world. And, she is renowned for several songs such as “I and the longing” and “The warmth of your warmth” and “his place is where” and “er what happens” and others, especially the stunning scenes involving music videos.

7 Shatha Hassoun.

Shatha Amjad Al-Hassoun, best known as Shatha Hassoun, is an Iraqi and Moroccan-born Arab singer who rose to fame as the 4th season winner of the Star Academy Arab World’s pan-Arab television talent show. She was the first Arab woman to have entered the contest. Shatha Amjad Al-Hassoun was born in Casablanca, Morocco, on March 3, 1981. She is an Iraqi-Moroccan singer who was renowned for winning the Star Academy talent programme’s fourth season in 2007. And she is considered the first female to win the programme’s Arabic edition. Shatha Hassoun is probably one of the most popular singers in the Arab world.

6 Ibtissam Tiskat.

Ibtissam Tiskat is a Moroccan songwriter and actress who, in both the second season of Arab Idol and the tenth season of Star Academy Arab Nation, rose to fame as a contestant. She made her commercial singing debut in September 2014 with “N’dir Mabghit”. Ibtissam Tiskat (born October 3, 1992, Fez) is an Arab Idol Season 2, Star Academy Arabia-Season 10 Moroccan singer. She has released many albums, including “Nadir Mapgit” for the first time, and recently took part in a Moroccan film called “Alo Ibtisam,” starring alongside several Moroccan actors.

5 Samira Said.

She lives and holds Egyptian citizenship in Egypt. Born in Rabat, she is considered one of the oldest Arab artists still alive today. When she was just 10, her artistic career begun. When competing in a talent programme on Moroccan TV, she sang for Umm Kulthum and drawn all her attention to the energy of her voice. She launched her first single, “My God,” at the age of ten, which Abdel Nabi El Gerari introduced to her while engaging in the Talents Program. She also performed this song later with her guitar, the Moroccan singer Latifa Amal. And then Samira recorded the song “Glory to Heaven” penned by Abdel Salam Amer, which was then sung by dressmaking artist Abdel Hadi.

4 Balqees Ahmed Fathi.

Balqees Ahmed Fathi is a Yemeni musician, known commonly as Balqees Fathi and by the mononym Balqees. As her father, Ahmed Fathi, was a well-known Yemeni singer, and her mother is a Yemeni-born Emirates resident, she came from an artistic family. Early on in music, she started learning to play instruments and sing. She started to enjoy singing from an early age. And when she was too young, she used to play musical instruments. Discovering her talent and her parents who encouraged her, particularly her father, who encouraged her from this age, to practise singing.

3 Cyrine Abdelnour.

Cyrine Abdelnour is a singer , actor, and model from Lebanon. In 2004, her first album, Leila Min Layali, was released. In 2006, she released her second album, Aleik Ayouni, which became one of the most successful Lebanese songs of the year, with her debut single, Law Bas Fe Aini. She was educated at Saint-Courrier College, and studied in an Accounting College. She started to work in the field of fashion shows after graduating in November 1993. Cyrine Abdelnour is a singer, actress and model from Lebanon. After releasing her album ‘One Night From Nights’ in 2004, the singer Syrin became popular in the Arab world.

2 Haifa Wehbe.

Haifa Wehbe is a singer and actress from Lebanon. She released seven studio albums, and made her acting debut in Sea of Stars, a film created by Pepsi in 2008. In 2006, Wehbe was on the 50 most attractive women list in People Magazine. She also heads the list of attractive Muslim women as well as the hottest women in the Middle East. Wehbe spot on top slots many times on People Magazine ‘s 50 most attractive people list.

1 Salma Rachid.

After her appearance in the second season of Arab Idol, broadcast on MBC, Salma Rachid is a Moroccan pop singer aged 18. She took fifth place as the youngest competitor and was lauded for the quality of her voice, her ability to master different styles, and her charm. She was a graduate student in the Division of Economics and, because of her connexion to her creative field and to achieve a secret ambition in herself from a young age, she changed her destination to the newspapers. The fans called her “Cinderella” and “Sultana” respectively. Moreover, she is remembered as one of her biggest inspirations as Umm Kulthum.