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Carmen Suleiman

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Native name  كارمن سليمان
Instruments  Singing
Record label  Platinum Records
Origin  Egypt
Years active  2012–present
Associated acts  Nesma Mahgoub
Genres  Pop
Name  Carmen Suleiman
Albums  Akhbari
Occupation(s)  Singer
Role  Singer

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Born  7 October 1994 (age 21) Al Sharqia Governorate, Egypt (1994-10-07)
Similar People  Dounia Batma, Ahmad Gamal, Farrah Yousef, Mohammed Assaf, Salma Rachid

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Carmen Essam Suleiman (Arabic: كارمن عصام سليمان‎‎) (born on 7 October 1994 in Zagazig, Al Sharqia Governorate, Egypt) is an Egyptian singer, better known in her stage name is Carmen Soliman. Soliman won the first season of Arab Idol in 2012 broadcast live on MBC, winning a recording contract with Platinum Records. After grueling rounds of televised eliminations, and critical evaluations by celebrity judges Ragheb Alameh, Nancy Ajram, Ahlam and Egyptian music producer Hassan El Chefai, Carmen Soliman prevailed against all other contestants to become the first winner of the hit series on March 24, 2012 with the highest number of votes. Her first single, “Kalam Kalam” was released on March 4, 2013 jumping to No. 1 on the Egyptian charts, and her first album was released in January 2014. Carmen followed with numerous hit singles, including “Akhbari” and “Azama Ala Azama” a trio with fellow Idol contestants, Dounia Batma and Youssef Arafat.


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Carmen was given the award of Supreme Council of Culture in Egypt for the best voice sub-16 years old. Hani Shaker, an Egyptian singer, introduced her in his concert in Opera House in Egypt and expressed his admiration of her voice.

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Carmen released her first single "Kalam Kalam" on March 4, 2013.

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Carmen is the official singing voice of Moana in the Arabic dub.

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Performances in Arab Idol

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  • First casting (Cairo) : "Magadir" by Talal Maddah
  • Second casting (Beirut) : "Yana Yana" by [[Sabah (singer)

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    Top 10 Girls : "Meen Da Elli Nseek" by [*nancy Ajram*]

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  • 1st Prime : "Ana Fintizarak" by Umm Kulthum
  • 2nd Prime : "Abaad Kontom" by Mohammed Abdu
  • 3rd Prime : "Zay El Assal" by Sabah (singer)
  • 4th Prime : "Mathasibneesh" by Sherine
  • 5th Prime : "Seedi Wesalak" by Angham
  • 5th Prime : "Ya Rub" by Marwan Khoury and Carole Samaha
  • 6th Prime : "Mostaheel" by Warda Al-Jazairia
  • 6th Prime : "La Tebki Ya Worood El Dar" by Najwa Karam
  • 7th Prime : "Ya Mounyati" by Abdel Mohsen El-Mohanna
  • 7th Prime : "Adwaa El Shohra" by Carole Samaha
  • 8th Prime : "Ana Albi Dalili" by Laila Mourad
  • 8th Prime : "Ma Yhimmak" by Yara
  • 8th Prime : "Alhin Ahebak" by Thekra
  • 9th Prime : "Bala Hob" by Rouwaida Attieh
  • Final : "Wallah Oyonak" by Samira Said
  • Final : "Enta Omri" by Umm Kulthum
  • Final : "El Rasayel" by Mohamed Abdu
  • Final: :"Helwa Ya Baladi" - Dalida
  • Medleys in Saturdays' results Show

  • 1st Prime's Results : "Bebasata" by Saber Rebaï
  • 2nd Prime's Results : "Sabri Aleel" by Sherine
  • 3rd Prime's Results : "El Hawa Tayer" by Assi El Helani
  • 4th Prime's Results : "Ana Bdeera" by Majid al-Muhandis
  • 5th Prime's Results : "Sho Akhbarak" by Nawal Al Zoghbi
  • 6th Prime's Results : "Abali Habibi" by Elissa
  • 7th Prime's Results : "Ala Rasi" by Kadhim Al-Sahir
  • 8th Prime Results : "Ebn El Geeran" and "Mashi Haddi" by Nancy Ajram
  • 8th Prime Results : "Sit El Habayeb" by Fayza Ahmed
  • References

    Carmen Suleiman Wikipedia

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