Elissa discography

For the discography of the Italian singer, see Elisa discography.

This is a comprehensive listing of official releases by Elissa, a Lebanese singer. Elissa released six studio albums.


Year Title Label
1999 Baddi Doub
  • Formats: CD, K7
2000 W'akherta Ma'ak
  • Formats: CD, K7
2002 Ayshalak
  • Formats: CD, K7
2004 Ahla Donya
  • Formats: CD, K7
2006 Bastannak
  • Formats: CD, K7
2007 Ayami Beek
  • Formats: CD, K7
2009 Tsadaq Bmein
  • Formats: CD, K7
2009 Best of Elissa
  • Formats: CD
2012 As'ad Wahda
  • Formats: CD, digital download

Music videos

Year Title Album Director
1998 "Baddi Doub" (Feat. Gerard Ferrer) (I Wanna Fall In Love) Baddi Doub Marc Hadifé
2000 "W'akherta Ma'ak" (What's Wrong With You?) W'akherta Ma'ak Marc Hadifé
2001 "Betghib, Betrouh" (Feat. Ragheb Alama)" (You Faint, You Go) Marc Hadifé
2002 "Lebanese Nights" (Feat. Chris DeBurgh) Timing Is Everything Salim El Turk
"Ayshalak" (I Live For You) Ayshalak Fabric Begotti
"Ajmal Ihssas" (The Most Beautiful Feeling) Salim El Turk
2004 "Kol Youm Fi Omry" (Every Day Of My Life) Ahla Donya Said El Marouk
"Erga' Le Shou'" (Come Back To Love) Brandon Dickerson
2005 "Hobak Waja' [Inta Lameen]" (Who Do You Belong To?) Salim El Turk
2006 "Bastanak" (I Wait For You) Bastanak Brandon Dickerson
2007 "Law Ta'arafouh" (If You Know Him) Yannick Saillet
2008 "Bitmoun" (Don't Worry) Ayami Beek Waleed Nassif
2009 Awakher el Sheta (Last Days Of Winter)
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