Femmes d’aujourd’hui is the second studio album by Jeanne Mas, released in April 1986 by Pathé Marconi. Music for 8 of the 10 tracks was written by Romano Musumarra. The French singer Daniel Balavoine also participated in the production of the album (including «Cœur en stéréo»). Charting from 3 May 1986, it peaked at #1 for two months on the French Albums Chart and featured for 63 weeks in the top 30, most of them in the top ten. It was certified Platinum disc and remains Mas’ most successful album to date in terms of sales and chart performance.