Dana, first Qatari English singer, launches album

Dana, first Qatari English singer, launches album

Doha Socialite
By Doha Socialite

Update: Local production company Mediadante has produced the video for Dana's single. They just posted this online:

Dana Al Fardan – the self-taught musician, mum of one, and girl with a magic laugh and wicked smile – has launched her first album, PAINT.

We were lucky enough to be asked to make the video for the single. And here it is. We think that the video marries perfectly the two sides of Qatar and of Dana too. Her strength and elegance. The power of her story through the music. And the cold heights of the city versus the raw hot desert of the summer here in Qatar.

We had just two days and a crew of three. But we did it….and we are pretty proud of the result. Most of all we are proud to be able to launch Dana’s unique talent to the world.

Watch the video and share your thoughts below.

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Dana Al Fardan is a 28-year-old Qatari singer with a degree in International Relations from the American University of Dubai.

She has a new album that will be released this week.

Mediadante produced the music video and the promo video for Dana here in Qatar, whereas the album was produced in London by Tim Baxter.

Do you like her music? Let us know your thoughts below.

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By JJoy• 7 years 6 months ago.
Rating: 5/5
JJoy

That is somthing different from Qatar. All the very best to her.

By fahmina syed• 7 years 6 months ago.
fahmina syed

. Good luck to her. She is fortunate that she not only works in the family business but is also able to pursue her dreams.

By Leandrodabu• 7 years 7 months ago.
Leandrodabu

I like her voice & the album message. i'm gonna buy her album. hihi. Godspeed to your career Madam !

By muhammad yasir siddiqui• 7 years 7 months ago.
muhammad yasir siddiqui

Best of Luck..!

By edifis• 7 years 7 months ago.
edifis

She looks good!

By britexpat• 7 years 7 months ago.
britexpat

Not sure about her music. Good luck to her. She is fortunate that she not only works in the family business but is also able to pursue her dreams.

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