She decided to move to Jordan and start her career by producing many songs for the Jordanian Radio. Samira Toufik’s first song was "Beyn El Dawali", and she continued launching many songs that were known by Lebanese fans and in the Arab countries. She was characterized by the Bedouin dialect. Some of Samira Tawfik songs: Ya hala bel dayf, Asmar Khafif El Dayf, Darabni w baka, Bassara w barraja, La Bakol w La Bashrab. Ya 3en Mouleyeten, Ballah tsoubou hal kahwa, and many other songs. Samira Tawfik performed in many concerts and festivals in the world and in Arab countries where a huge numbers of fans waited impatiently to hear her sing. Around the year 2004, Samira met Al Shab Ghabi, a Lebanese businessman living in Switzerland, He was attending one of her concerts, he gave her a bouquet of flowers, and later love started between the couple and they got married. Samira Tawfik disappeared from the music scene after she broke her leg in front of her house in London. Currently Samira spends most of her time between her first home in Hazmieh and her other in Faytroun. Samira has promised her fans a work which will see the light soon with eight new songs. Samira Tawfik songs are still repeated and sang by the public until today, despite her absence from the artistic scene. Read more on Last.fm.
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