|By the age of 15, Ajram signed a recording contract with and released her debut studio album 1998||The music video received tremendous positive reviews and Ajram was greatly praised|
|According to the forensic pathology report, Al-Moussa was shot 17 times with a pistol: once in the right forearm, twice in the left shoulder, once under the left armpit, three shots in the chest, two shots in the abdomen, seven shots in the back, and one shot in the left thigh||Representing the Middle East region and Arab world, Ajram appeared in a report featured on the show and was described by Oprah as "the of the Middle East"|
"El Donia Helwa", Ajram's seventh commercial, is considered one of her most successful commercials representing her style and 's with colors, happiness, and music, and it led her to release a Live album featuring the single.6
|On November 9, 2008, about two months after her marriage, Ajram won her first for her best-selling album Betfakkar Fi Eih||2002—2004: Breakthrough and new image [ ] In early 2002, Ajram signed a contract with renowned Lebanese producer and artist manager Jiji Lamara, four months after his splitting with Aline Khalaf|
|Between May and July 2021, she released four promotional singles from her upcoming tenth album||Ajram studied music with renowned Lebanese musicians and although she was less than 18 years old, the syndicate of professional artists in Lebanon accepted her as a member|
Nivea toured the US, appearing in clubs and concert venues, with dancers including Julianne Stevens and Sheena Knight, with the choreography of Sakinah LeStage.
|Later, it was announced that directed the video, thus making her comeback to music video direction after her 4-year break||The original music video was used for 's parts while Ajram's parts were filmed separately in Lebanon on the same protocol under 's co-direction|
|On April 21, 2017, Ajram released her ninth studio album, , through In2Musica||She is the eldest child of Nabil Ajram and Raymonda Aoun|
Even though "Betfakkar Fi Eih" music video had mixed opinions, the second single video, "Min Dally Nseek" was much more accepted, peaking at No.