Malikat Jamal Al Kawn

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Malikat Jamal Al Kawn
Studio album by Haifa Wehbe
Released May 8, 2012 (2012-05-08)
Genre Arabic, Pop
Length 57:08
Label Rotana
Producer Haifa Wehbe (exec.), Hadi Sharara
Haifa Wehbe chronology
Baby Haifa
(2010)
Malikat Jamal Al Kawn
(2012)
Singles from "MJK"
  1. "Bokra Bfarjik"
    Released: 2012
  2. "Malikat Jamal Al Kawn"
    Released: 2012
  3. "Ezay Ansak"
    Released: 2013

Malikat Jamal Al Kawn (MJK; English: "Miss Universe") is an Arabic Music album by Haifa Wehbe, released on May 8, 2012. The Album contains 14 songs, a fusion of oriental and western music sung in three different dialects: Egyptian, Lebanese and Gulf Arabic.[1][2]

Charts & Critical Reception

The album ranked #1 on iTunes Worldwide albums chart, being the first Lebanese artist to hold this position on the chart.[3]

Singles

  • Bokra Bfarjik” was the first single. Its video was shot in Italy, directed by Giangi Magnoni and released on 10 May.[4]
  • The second single was “MJK” and its music video was shot in New York.[5]
  • The third single was "Ezay Ansak". It was released in 2013.

Track listing[6]

No. Title Length
1. "Ezzay Ansak (Mat2olish)"   5:11
2. "Maliket Jamal El Kon"   3:54
3. "Bayza"   4:00
4. "Yalla Ma' Ba'ad"   4:06
5. "Sama'ani"   4:09
6. "Bahrab Men Einaik"   4:34
7. "A'aref"   4:17
8. "Baheb Feik Hagat"   3:18
9. "Kobba"   3:51
10. "Bokra Bfarjik"   4:10
11. "Kont Ha'oulak Eh"   4:00
12. "Ba'oulak Eh Ya Am"   3:15
13. "Baddi Chouf B'ainak Hobb"   4:38
14. "Harami Gloub"   3:45
Total length:
57:08

Release History

Country Date Format Label
Middle East[4] May 8, 2012 CD, Digital Download Rotana
Worldwide[7] Digital Download
United States[8] CD

References

  1. ^ "Haifa Wehbe – MJK (New Album For 2012)". BellyHouse. Retrieved 06/12/12. 
  2. ^ "Haifa Wehbe’s ‘MJK’ Ranks #1". lebanesebeautypress.com. Retrieved 06/12/2012. 
  3. ^ "Haifa Wehbe’s New Album MJK is #1 on US iTunes". stateofmind13.com. Retrieved 06/12/2012. 
  4. ^ a b "Haifa New Album – MJK". Rotana. Retrieved 06/12/12. 
  5. ^ "Haifa Wehbe whips her hair back and forth in "MJK" teaser". Theprophetblog. Retrieved 06/12/2012. 
  6. ^ "Download MJK by Haifa Wehbe". OVI Store. Nokia. Retrieved 06/12/2012. 
  7. ^ "iTunes - Music - MJK by Haifa Wehbe". iTunes Store (US). Retrieved 06/12/2012. 
  8. ^ "Amazon.com: MJK - Haifa (Audio cd): Haifa: Music". Amazon.com. Retrieved 06/12/2012. 

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