Nili Ohayon (aka Onili) is an Israeli singer, songwriter, performer, video artist and the head of the label and brand, Onili. Born in Israel and raised in Paris, she grew up in a small Israeli community and enjoyed a rich Parisian life. She studied cinema at the Sorbonne and collaborated with local artists. One of the collaborations, which opened many doors for Onili, was the hit "Starlight," by the Supermen Lovers, which topped music charts around the world. In 2004, she settled in Haifa, and has since been creating her solo project, Onili, in collaboration with Barak Kram, her drummer and business partner. Onili moved to Tel Aviv in 2008, where she studied video post-production. Her videos and songs have been featured on television and radio and she and Barak tour the country with their electronic rock show. Onili has released five singles, two albums, five videos, and she has licensed songs to advertisements and NBC's primetime television show, Life. In Europe, she collaborated with the French clothing brand, Cotelac, selling 20,000 copies of her "First Kiss" EP, and producing the first Onili fashion designs. Today she is working to penetrate the American market and release her first album with Cotelac. Her second album is in a pre-production and she is developing an upcoming tour. Recently, Onili developed an interest in computer technology for the purpose of developing an exciting project involving hi-tech and music. She has also been inspired to work towards a new dream, a network for worldwide peace and is currently collaborating with Raina Al Assad, the niece of the former Syrian president.