12 Songs, 41 Minutes

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A pop homage to modern France from a granddaughter of immigrants.

EDITORS’ NOTES

A pop homage to modern France from a granddaughter of immigrants.

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About Camélia Jordana

Camélia Jordana (b. La Londe-les-Maures, September 15, 1992) is a French singer of Algerian descent. Inspired by her mother, an opera singer, Jordana wanted to become a singer from an early age. She got her big break while still attending high school in Marseilles, when she was accepted as a member of the 2009 cast of the popular French music reality show Nouvelle Star. Considered a dark horse on account of her unglamorous looks and jazz/folk inclinations, she soon became an audience favorite, eventually finishing third. A week later she had signed a contract with Jive Epic. Her first album, simply titled Camélia Jordana, appeared in early 2010 to a warm critical reception and excellent sales. ~ Mariano Prunes

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September 15, 1992

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