Voice Of The Tunisian Revolution”. Kelmti Horra — review” , The Observer , February 19, She wrote her first song when she was 10 years old. Retrieved from ” https: She found a strong refuge in heavy metal a bit later and gothic music and formed her first metal band at a university in Tunis when she was To play this content, you’ll need the Spotify app.

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Emel Mathlouthi, a Tunisian musician is yet another protester emel mathlouthi asks for equality and tranquility in her native country: Israeli authorities refused to let her enter Ramallah to perform, so she sang in front of a camera in Jordan. In she performed returned to Tunisia for her first concert there in five years, headlining the prestigious Carthage Festival.

Retrieved from ” https: In she performed at the Nobel Peace Prize Ceremony.

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Mathlouthi was featured in the documentary No Land’s Song by Ayat Najafiin which she becomes the first female to emel mathlouthi as a soloist in Iran since She discovered her strong vocal capacities when she was 15, encouraged by her entourage and inspired by great pop singers of the 90’s. You look like someone who appreciates good music.

In she was invited to perform at both the Nobel Peace Prize Ceremony and The Nobel Emel mathlouthi Prize Concert along with A-ha and Aurora maghlouthi, where she performed two renditions of her song “Kelmti Horra,” one accompanied only by a guitarist, Karim Attoumane, and the other with a full orchestra and chorus.


The small show was broadcast to the Palestinian audience in a theater in Ramallah. She was recorded on the Avenue Habib Bourguiba singing “Kelmti Horra” to protesters and it became a viral video. Emel mathlouthi Mathlouthi released her debut, Kelmti Horrain January She found a strong refuge in heavy metal a bit later and gothic music and formed her first metal band at a emel mathlouthi in Tunis when she was As a politically aware musician, the songs in the album have made promising duty to speak out on any injustice that Emel has witnessed about her beloved Tunisia.

Archived from the original on 9 November By her songs had gained enough of a profile to have been banned from radio by the Tunisian government, and Mathlouthi moved emel mathlouthi Paris to pursue her music unfettered by censorship mathloythi governmental oppression. The mathllouthi we’ve been injected with for 23 years is no longer enough to dull our pain. Emel Mathlouthi in Her first studio album, also titled Kelmti Horrawas released worldwide by Harmonia Mundi in to critical acclaim.

Archived from the original enel July 14, Her music has been used in the soundtracks of several movies. To play this content, mathloutbi need the Spotify app.

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Mathlouthi collaborates frequently with top and emerging designers for her stagewear, including Manish Arora, Jean-Paul Gaultier and Ahmed Talfit but most frequently with compatriot Azzedine Alaia. Views Read Edit View history. Voice Of The Tunisian Revolution”. Listen to all your favourite artists on any device for free or try the Premium trial.


Ensen Humanemel mathlouthi album was released on February 24, by Partisan Records. Retrieved 9 November The outstanding success of this songs led her to perform it on December 11,during the award ceremony of the Nobel Peace Prize in Oslo[13] which was awarded emel mathlouthi the Tunisian National Dialogue Quartet.

Voices from the Arab Spring. Emel Mathlouthi started singing and acting since she was 8 years old in a suburb of mathhlouthi hometown Tunis. Mars Actu in French.

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At the beginning of Julyshe gave a groundbreaking emel mathlouthi in BaghdadIraq. The album was a huge success, with some songs being adopted as unofficial anthems of political uprisings in Egypt and Tunisia. Archived from the original on 10 November Kelmti Horra — review”The ObserverFebruary 19,