Najwa Sultan

Najwa Sultan

Gender: Female

Nationality: Lebanon

Job Title: Singer

Najwa Sultan is a Lebanese singer.

Najwa Sultan was born and raised in Deir el Kamar, Lebanon. Despite her basic singing abilities, she is beleived to have taken private singing classes with music instructors Fouad Awwad and Michael Karkash.

Like her sister Aida Abou Jawdeh, Najwa Sultan is very playful and began her career by targeting mostly the male audience from the Gulf Region, in addition to Jordan and Syria. Her earlier songs were mostly popular shaabi styled ones, but her most recent work includes some dance and electronic music as well.

Najwa Sultan has released more than 7 albums including "Maly Malo" and "Elly Bahebo".

Her first song was Lamma Betsallim Alayye, (lyrics by poet Nabil Abi Khalil, music by Salim Yammin.)

Her song Dana wa Dana ( lyrics by Jordanian poet Ibrahim Azzoghbi and music by Samir Baghdadi) was well received in the Song Festival of Jordan where she was honored by the Jordanian Ministry of Culture.

In 2009, Najwa Sultan collaborated with Iraqi singer & composer Raphy (from the duo Omar and Rafi)in 3youn el Maha, a Rai track that was shot as a music video with Rindala Kodeih.

Najwa also shot a music video with Rindala for Elly Bahebo. Some scenes were slightly inspired by Jane Fonda's cult movie Barbarella. The space ship was however replaced by a caravan but with a similar pink interior.(To note that Kylie Minogue had also previously based one of her music videos on it)

In December 2010, she released a music video for her single Bou Samra, which featured Oliver Obeid, a candidate from Mister Lebanon 2011.

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