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Lumières sur variété française, vol. 2
Électron Libre is the fourth studio album from the French R&B singer Nâdiya. The album was released on December 5, 2008 in France.
La Source is the fourth album from the French R&B singer Nâdiya. The album was released on November 12, 2007, and is a hits compilation. In total, the album features 5 new songs, including the first single "Vivre ou Survivre", and new versions of several songs from her previous two albums. No songs from her debut album Changer les Choses were included on the album.
16/9 is the 2004 studio album by the French R&B singer Nâdiya. The album and singles off it were a huge success and very popular in France and Switzerland. The album remained for over 90 weeks on the French album chart, which is a remarkable achievement for an album. The album peaked at number six in its thirty-third week. After a year and seven months, the album was certified platinum by SNEP, the French certifier, which means it has sold over 300,000 copies in France, as the official sites notes that over 500,000 copies were sold of the album. The possibility of this being true is very large, as SNEP doesn't certify 500,000 copies to a name, only certifying 600,000 copies to 2x platinum. Worldwide, the album has sold over 750,000 copies. It won the Victoires de la musique award for best rap/hip-hop/R&B album of the year.
Changer Les Choses
Changer les choses is the official debut album by the France-born R&B singer Nâdiya. The album was only released in France on November 5, 2001. It spawned the French hit singles "Chaque fois" and "J'ai confiance en toi". Both singles charted in the French Singles Chart, but the album failed in France, not charting in the top 200 at all.
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