Zehira Djelloul known by her artistic name Zaho (born on May 10, 1980 in Chlef, Algeria) is an Algerian-Canadian R&B singer living in Montreal, Quebec
Zaho was born in Khemis Miliana, Algeria and grew up in Chettia in the suburbs of chelef until the age of 18 years when her family moved to Montreal, Quebec. Her father was an executive and mother professor of mathematics at a university. She has a brother and sister.
She learned guitar when she was 7 years old, and very quickly learnt the répertoire of Francis Cabrel within 10 years. In 1999, when she emigrated to Montreal, she discovered the world of professional music with its producers and its studios. Zaho put aside her studies to dedicate herself fully to music. She has worked with notable names in the French industry such as Idir, Tunisiano and Soprano.
She worked with Flo Rida and Timbaland for the single "Elevator," doing the female vocals.
In 2008, she released her debut album titled Dima (meaning Always in the Algerian dialect).
Zaho wrote "Tout ce temps" for Idir, and Idir insisted that she sing the song with him.
She represented France in the 2008 MTV EMA's and won the Best French Artist award.
"Hey papi" with Soprano (2006)
"Lune de miel" with Don Choa (2008)
"Je te promets" (2008)
"C'est chelou" (2008)
"La roue tourne" with Tunisiano
"La Roue Tourne"