Rabat - A young Moroccan girl, Nouahaila El kalai, participates in the Arabic version of The Voice Kids program held and broadcasted on the Arabic channel MBC1.
Rabat – A young Moroccan girl, Nouahaila El kalai, participates in the Arabic version of The Voice Kids program held and broadcasted on the Arabic channel MBC1.
In the first round of the competition, Nohaila beautifully sang Al-Assami, one of the best hits of the late Tunisian star Thekra Mohammed Abdullah ed Dali. Known as DIKRA, she not only channels the Lebanese star Nancy Ajram, but also the great singer Kadem Essaher and the talented Tamer Hossni.
Nauhaila El-Kalai was born in Fez in 2002, and currently lives in the city of Casablanca, Morocco. So far, she has participated in several festivals and concerts in Morocco. In September 2013, Nohaila appeared on Sabahiat 2M and had great reception from the audience. In 2014, Nohaila sang a tribute to Sami El Maghreby in Essaouira’s Andalousies Atlantiques Festival electrifying the hearts of those present with her miraculous talents, innocence and confidence
Noahaila performs Malhoun music. Reflecting traditional imagery, and embracing Andalusian cultural and artistic influences, Malhoun is sung poetry mixing mystical praises, anecdotes of love, and celebrations of historical adventures. Her interest in Andalusian music reflects an awareness of this musical heritage and invitation by this young girl to revive it.
In a phone interview with Morocco World News following her great performance this year in The Voice Kids, Nouhaila said:” my eyes were on the trophy. I wish I could win this year. Every one in [my] family, my friends…were encouraging me. I wish I could meet their expectations and I expect to receive a lot of support from Moroccans.”