Habiba Msika, also known as Marguerite Msika, was a Tunisian singer, dancer and actress.
She was raised by her aunt Leila Sfez, a singer and composer, who taught her how to sing.
Often called the “first star of Tunis,” Msika rose to fame across the Maghreb and Middle East because of her beautiful voice and unique talent to entertain.
1903 | Born in the Jewish Hara of the Medina of Tunis
1930 | Died from burn injuries