She’s the beautiful, talented girl, with the incredible Afro and lucky gap between her teeth. She’s the one whose name means ‘Noble’. She’s the eldest of six siblings from a multi ethnic background and born of two parents who cultivated the loving, musical home environment that was to inspire her to pursue her dreams….
Nabiha’s ‘Never Played The Bass’ has been a smash in Denmark, hitting the #1 spot and certified Gold. It's now set for release in more than twelve countries - including the UK.
The track uses, within its chorus, an interpolation of the phrase that most people will recognize from Womack & Womack’s smash hit ‘Teardrops’.
Since its release, ‘Never Played the Bass’ has received heavy airplay and has peaked as #1 on the Domestic Airplay Chart in Denmark and #3 on the overall Airplay Chart (only topped by Madonna & Usher) and is now up for release in more than twelve countries. The single has been certified with Gold for sales as well as streaming in Denmark and has for more than 8 weeks been in the Top 20 on the Danish Airplay- & Dance Chart.
Nabiha has turned out, not only to be a Danish darling but also a talent that is noticed internationally and her music can be heard everywhere from TV, radio and film. The album ‘More Cracks’ has received great support from MTV.com as well as VH1 with already more than twelve syncs on shows such as “Basketball Wives of LA”, “Mob Wives” and SoapTv/Disney and has been noticed by the famous celebrity blog Perez Hilton and Elle.com with more pending requests.
In Denmark she has received nominations at the biggest award shows in categories such as ‘New Artist of The Year’, ‘New Talent of The Year’, ‘Female Artist Of The Year’, ‘Listeners Hit of The Year’ and ‘Urban Hit of The Year’ to mention a few. She won the award as ‘Artist Of The Year’ at The Best African Achievement Awards. Apart from award shows and nominations she has toured with James Morrison, Jason Derulo and Jamie Cullum and has given performances in Denmark, Poland, France, Sweden, Germany and USA.
Nabiha is very proud of both her Danish and African heritages; she tries to stay connected to Africa and visits as frequently as possible. “The way people care for each other in Africa is inspiring, happy, positive, they share what little they have with you, everyone should try to visit in their lifetime.”
All of these things make up the woman and her music, Nabiha’s positive gift to the world.
Available to download here is the original radio edit, alongside brand new club mixes from Sunship.
1. Sunship Extended Mix
2. Sunship Dub
3. Sunship Edit
4. Radio Edit
Nabiha is writing on her new album due end of 2012.
More info here: http://nabihamusic.com/