|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|2||Toxic / Champion Sound||2||Audio||2008-10-00||Sequence Recordings|
|3||Yael Naim||13||Audio||2008-04-06||Tôt Ou Tard|
|4||New Soul||3||Audio||2008||Tôt Ou Tard|
|5||You Disappear||2||Audio||2000||EMI Music France|
|6||She Was A Boy||13||Audio||2010-11-15||Tôt Ou Tard|
|7||New Soul||2||Audio||2007||Tôt Ou Tard|
|8||New Soul||3||Audio||2007||Warner Music Group|
|9||She Was A Boy||13||Audio||2010||Tôt Ou Tard|
|10||Yael Naim||13||Audio||2007||Tôt Ou Tard|
|11||She Was A Boy||13||Audio||2010||Tôt Ou Tard|
|12||Too Long||3||Audio||2008||Tôt Ou Tard|
|14||Come Home||3||Audio||2011||Tôt Ou Tard|
Yael Naim is a French-Israeli singer and songwriter. Born in Paris in 1978, Naim moved at the age of four to the city of Ramat HaSharon, near Tel Aviv, Israel.
Moving back to Paris for a charity concert in 2000, she caught the attention of [l=EMI Music (France)] and being offered a leading role in the French musical [i]Les Dix Commandements[/i]. In the meantime, she worked on her first studio album, [i]In a Man’s Womb[/i], a relative charts' disillusion.
After some years of collaborations only, including [a=Ready Made], she eventually knew the success again with her second solo album, released on French independent label [l=Tôt Ou Tard].