AboutNâdiya Zighem was born on June 19, 1973 in Tours, France. Far from music, she started sports when she was young. In 1989, she became the French champion of the 800 metres & 4 years later, she moved to Paris. In 1997, she released her first single "Dénoue Mes Mains" & in 1998, her son Yanis was born. In 2001, Nâdiya recorded a duet with Stomy Bugsy & released her first album Changer Les Choses, nominated at the Victoires De La Musique in 2002. In 2004, she released her second album 16/9, including the 2 hits "Parle-Moi" & "Si Loin De Vous". For her come-back, she worked with Géraldine Delacoux & Thierry Gronfier again & her third self-titled album came out in 2006, including the 2 hits "Tous Ces Mots" & "Roc".