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Aderet (born 1976) is an Israeli entertainer who performs pop and dance tracks.
In 2001, "Le'at Uvatuah" ("Slowly and Surely") from her debut album The Answer made radio rotation. The English version of her 2006 album "Tenth Floor" is called "Survival Nation". Her 2008 single "Say No More" became a hit in Lebanon following rotation on "Beirut Nights," a Lebanese Internet radio station devoted to dance music. Aderet's first English-language album, Jewish Girl, is scheduled for release in 2008.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 Press, Viva Sarah (March 5, 2006). Sabra Sounds. Jerusalem Post
- ↑ Sugarman, Nate (July 10, 2008). Israeli Singer Finds Lebanese Fans. The Forward
- ↑ Brinn, David (June 26, 2008). Say no more: Transsexual Israeli tops Lebanese song chart. Jerusalem Post
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