The most successful Israeli musician of the past decade will finally be able to release her music in Israel. Yael Naim, who entered the upper reaches of the American and European sales charts earlier this year with the single "New Soul," has awarded Israeli distribution rights for the single and accompanying album to the Hed Arzi record label. As part of the deal, Naim's self-titled sophomore album will hit Israeli music stores this week. The collection has already been available outside Israel for nearly half a year, distributed in France by the Tot ou Tard record label and in the US by Atlantic Records. Born in Paris to immigrants from Tunisia, Naim moved to Israel as a four-year-old and recorded her most recent album in English and Hebrew. The album's first single, "New Soul," was selected for an Apple laptop commercial in January, and neared the top of sales charts in both the US and Europe shortly thereafter. Naim's official Web site does not include Israeli shows among the singer's upcoming tour dates, but the musician told The Jerusalem Post last month that she "can't wait" to perform in support of the album at home.