Melody (Belgian singer)

Birth name Nathalie T'Sobbel
Also known as Nathalie Lefebvre
Born (1977-01-20) 20 January 1977
Origin Ronse, Belgium
Genres Pop music
Occupation(s) Singer
Years active 1989–1993
Labels Carrere

Nathalie Lefebvre (born T'Sobbel on 20 January 1977), known under the name of Melody, is a Belgian singer. She sang in French.


Lefebvre was born at Ronse, Belgium. Discovered by Jean-Pierre Millers, Melody was produced by Dalida's brother, Orlando. In 1989, at the age of 12, she released her first single "Y'a pas que les grands qui rêvent", written by J.-P. Millers and Guy Carlier, which was a huge hit in France (#2, 28 weeks on the chart) and won an SACEM award. She also released other songs such as "Chariot d'étoiles", "Le Prince du roller" ou "Mamie", which achieved a minor success.[1]

She recorded an album in 1990, Danse ta vie, which was reissued in 1993 and containing two new songs. However, it passed unnoticed.





  1. Elia Habib, Muz hit. tubes, p. 170 (ISBN 2-9518832-0-X)
  2. "Y'a pas que les grands qui rêvent". (French Singles Chart). Retrieved 8 October 2010.
  3. Melody's certifications in France
  4. "Chariot d'étoiles". (French Singles Chart). Retrieved 8 October 2010.
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