Emel Mathlouthi Wiki, Bio, Height, Age, Net Worth, Husband, Boyfriend and Career

We all know Emel Mathlouthi is a famous celebrity. In this article you will see Emel Mathlouthi wiki, bio, age, net worth, height, weight, husband, boyfriend, career and unknown facts.

She is well-known across the world for Her profession and passion. With a great and humble nature, She won people’s hearts.

Emel Mathlouthi was born on 11 January 1982 in Tunis, Tunisia. Now, She is 39 years old . She was born and raised with Her family in Tunis, Tunisia.

Emel Mathlouthi Bio and Wiki

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Emel Mathlouthi Age, Birthdate, Religion, Debut and Birthplace

She grew up with Her family & friends in Tunis, Tunisia. Since Her childhood She was very intelligent. Emel Mathlouthi is 39 years old .

Date of Birth 11 January 1982
Age 39 years old
Birthplace Tunis, Tunisia
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Hometown Tunis, Tunisia
Hobby Sports
Nationality (Country) Tunisia
Zodiac Sign Capricorn
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Emel Mathlouthi Height, Weight and Body Measurements

Emel Mathlouthi height in Feet: 5 feet 2 inch
Meter: 1.57m
CentiMeters: 157.5cm tall and She weight is Pound: 150 lbs
Kilograms: 68.5 KG. Emel Mathlouthi body measurements are 36-28-35 and She has a great body shape.

Her hair color is Hot-Toffee and She has a gorgeous eye with Brown color.

Height Feet: 5 feet 2 inch
Meter: 1.57m
CentiMeters: 157.5cm
Weight Pound: 150 lbs
Kilograms: 68.5 KG
Body Measurement 36-28-35
Hair Color Hot-Toffee
Eye Color Brown

Emel Mathlouthi Net Worth, Salary and Monthly Income

Emel Mathlouthi net worth is $10 Million – $11 Million USD, She is very passionate about Her profession. She believes that Her profession is Her religion.

Emel Mathlouthi monthly income is $21000 – $23000 USD and Her earning sources are advertisements, brand deals, business, etc.

Net Worth $10 Million – $11 Million USD
Net Worth (Previous Year) $7 Million – $8.5 Million USD
Salary (Monthly Income) $21000 – $23000 USD

Emel Mathlouthi, Husband, Boyfriend, Children, Siblings and Family

Emel Mathlouthi loves Her family and She wishes that they were living together for their whole life. We are trying to collect every piece of information about Her family, as soon as we got it we post it here.

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Marital Status Unmarried
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Emel Mathlouthi Favorite Thing

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Favorite Car Porche
Favorite Color White
Favorite Place Norway
Favorite Book Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad
Favorite Movie 12 Angry Men (1957)
Favorite Song Stayin Alive
Favorite Food Ramen
Favorite Sport Basketball
Favorite Perfume Prada
Favorite Pet Rabbits

Emel Mathlouthi Career and Unknown Facts

In 2019, she released her first all-English album Everywhere We Looked Was Burning, a concept album based around climate change and the environment.

Mathlouthi lists her early musical influences as Joan Baez, Marcel Khalife and Sheikh Imam. Her other musical influences include Janis Joplin, Sinéad O’Connor, Led Zeppelin, James Blake Roger Waters and Fuck Buttons.

In 2017 she performed returned to Tunisia for her first concert there in five years, headlining the prestigious Carthage Festival. That summer she also performed at the Beitaddine Festival in Lebanon, and the SummerStage festival in Central Park, New York City.

Ensen (Human) was released on February 24, 2017 by Partisan Records. The album was recorded in seven countries including Iceland, Sweden, France, and the US. Producers of the album include the former Björk collaborator, Icelandic producer Valgeir Sigurðsson and Emel’s main collaborator Franco-Tunisian producer Amine Metani. The first single off the album, "Ensen Dhaif" (Human, Helpless Human), was named as "best new track" by Pitchfork on February 16, 2016. As Mathlouthi explains, the song is dedicated to the "people that have to carry the weight and all the struggles so that a very small percentage can enjoy the power."

In 2015 she was invited to perform at both the Nobel Peace Prize Ceremony and The Nobel Peace Prize Concert along with A-ha and Aurora, where she performed two renditions of her song "Kelmti Horra," one accompanied only by a guitarist, Karim Attoumane, and the other with a full orchestra and chorus. The concert was hosted by Jay Leno, who praised her in the concert press conference as being the first Arabic-language singer to catch his attention.

Emel Mathlouthi released her debut, Kelmti Horra, in January 2012. The album was influenced by Joan Baez, Massive Attack, and Björk. As a politically aware musician, the songs in the album have made promising duty to speak out on any injustice that Emel has witnessed about her beloved Tunisia. While she sings about humanity and a better world, the success of this album has made her to reach many more people in different parts of the world. As the song, "Kelmti Horra" (My Word is Free), was considered as "the anthem of the Arab Spring," it has been Emel’s most famous song so far. The outstanding success of this songs led her to perform it on December 11, 2015, during the award ceremony of the 2015 Nobel Peace Prize in Oslo, which was awarded to the Tunisian National Dialogue Quartet.

Mathlouthi was featured in the 2014 documentary No Land’s Song by Ayat Najafi, in which she becomes the first female to sing as a soloist in Iran since 1979. Her music has been used in the soundtracks of several movies.

Emel Mathlouthi (Arabic: آمال المثلوثي ‎) also known as Emel is a Tunisian singer-songwriter best known for her protest song "Kelmti Horra" ("My Word is Free"), which became an anthem for the Tunisian revolution and the Arab spring. Her first studio album, also titled Kelmti Horra, was released worldwide by Harmonia Mundi in 2012 to critical acclaim. Her second album, Ensen, was released by Partisan Records in 2017, also to considerable acclaim. In 2015 she performed at the Nobel Peace Prize Ceremony. Mathlouthi is often referred to as the "Voice of Tunisian Revolution" due to her song "Kelmti Horra".

At the beginning of July 2012, she gave a groundbreaking concert in Baghdad, Iraq. On July 28 she gave a concert at the Sfinks Festival in Belgium, where she received a standing ovation for her cover of the Leonard Cohen song "Hallelujah". In 2013, after her first concert in Cairo since the revolution, Ahram Online described her as "The Fairuz of her generation". She opened for Dead Can Dance in the festival Les nuits de Fourvière in Lyon and performed at the WOMAD Festival at Charlton Parkin the UK. Israeli authorities refused to let her enter Ramallah to perform, so she sang in front of a camera in Jordan. The small show was broadcast to the Palestinian audience in a theater in Ramallah.

Emel Mathlouthi started singing and acting at 8 years old in a suburb of her hometown Tunis. She wrote her first song when she was 10 years old. She discovered her strong vocal capacities when she was 15, encouraged by her entourage and inspired by great pop singers of the 90’s. She found a strong refuge in heavy metal a bit later and gothic music and formed her first metal band at a university in Tunis when she was 19. A few years later deeply moved by the voice and ideas of Joan Baez after her bandmate played "The Boxer" for her, she quit the band and began writing political songs, discovering her frustration by the lack of opportunities and the apathy of her compatriots, such as "Ya Tounes Ya Meskina" ("Poor Tunisia"). In 2006 she was a finalist in the Prix RMC Moyen-Orient Musique competition. She decided to move to Paris, France in 2008 when the Tunisian government banned her songs from radio and TV. Although banned from Tunisian airwaves, bootlegs of her live performances in France circulated on the internet in Tunisia. After the death of Mohamed Bouazizi she dedicated an Arabic version of the Joan Baez song "Here’s To You" to him.

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What is Emel Mathlouthi’s Net worth?

Ans. Emel Mathlouthi net worth is $10 Million – $11 Million USD.

How old Emel Mathlouthi is?

Ans. Emel Mathlouthi is 39 years old .

What is the birthdate of Emel Mathlouthi?

Ans. She was born on 11 January 1982.

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