Yael Naim (pronounced Ya-ale Na-eem) has shone through an array of female singer songwriters, to become one of France’s most exciting new artists and the voice of one of the most influential brands in the world.
This album features the single ‘NEW SOUL’ - the song of the worldwide Apple Airbook TV Campaign. This song is becoming a world-wide smash and peaked at #7 on Billboards Hot 100.
She served in Israel Defence Forces as a soloist in the Israel Air Force Orchestra. She began her singing career with a part in the musical "Les Dix Commandements" and her first solo album, ‘In a Man's Womb’, was released in 2001. She also sang the song "You Disappear" by Bruno Coulais for the film Harrison's Flowers directed by Elie Chouraqui. For her early work she was credited simply as Yaël.
The songs on this second album are sung in French, English, and Hebrew .The style has been described as having a touch of folk and a touch of jazz, with mysterious and evocative words sung with a delicate and intentionally slightly husky voice. She does a cover of Britney Spears ‘
- Too Long
- New Soul
- Far Far
- 7 Baboker
- Endless Song Of Happyness
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