Today is Thursday, the anniversary of the death of Moroccan artist Raja Belmale, who had great success in a few years, and his fame reached Egypt and became a spectator and fan.
Belmale began her artistic career in the 1980s, participating in a major song contest called “Lights of the City” under the supervision of Moroccan producer Hamid al-Alawi, and topped the charts, releasing her first album in 1987, entitled “Ya Neighbor Vadina”. .“.
After presenting the album “Sabri Alek Tal” with composer Hamid al-Sheri and later the albums “Ya Ghaeb” and “Confession”, the audience got to know the late artist Raja Belmale in Egypt.
King Hassan, the former king of Morocco, provided medical care to her during her illness and injury while she was being treated for “cancer”. Moroccan artist Raja Belmale suffered a breast injury and died on Sunday afternoon, September 2, 2007. Cancer at age 41..
The late woman has received numerous awards and certificates of appreciation. In 1990, he received a certificate of appreciation from a song festival in Libya. He received similar certificates at the Arabian Music Festival, Cairo International Song Festival, held at the Egyptian Opera House. , And the Tunisian Song Festival, in 1995 and 1996, respectively. In 1997, she won the third Cairo International Song Festival Award, and in 1999 she was named a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador.
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