Lebanese singer Nancy Ajram has released 8 video albums and 40 music videos, appeared in numerous television programs and 24 television commercials. In , Ajram signed a recording contract with EMI and released her debut single "Mihtagalak", taken from her first studio album Mihtagalak It was directed by Lebanese director Elie Feghali. Like the debut album, only one music video was directed for her second album, Sheel Oyoonak Anni. Ajram generated much attention in following the release of the music video for "Akhasmak Ah", her third studio album Ya Salam ' s lead single, which was found controversial owing to the depiction of overtly sexual activities. The video was directed by Nadine Labaki as a second collaboration with Ajram. The lead single's video was directed by Nadine Labaki and was highlighted for portraying an Egyptian villager. Wa Dallaa was promoted by six music videos, and her studio album for children Shakhbat Shakhabit received its promotion from the medley video which features four different tracks, directed by Said El Marouk. In , Ajram released her sixth studio album Betfakkar Fi Eih , which spawned five music videos. The release of Ajram's seven album Nancy 7 was preceded by the music videos for its singles "Fi Hagat", "Sheikh El Shabab", which garnered her three awards, and "Ya Kether", which features Syrian actor Kosai Khauli as Ajram's lover.
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This page contains a translation into English of the lyrics to the popular Arabic song "Akhasmak, Aah", which was made famous by a young Lebanese vocalist, Nancy Ajram. Also included is a transliteration of the Arabic lyrics into the Roman alphabet so you can sing along if you like. Born May 16, in the Beirut area, Nancy Ajram is an immensely popular Lebanese singer, ranking as the third most popular female singer in Lebanese history.
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