Asmara

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Asmara is a talented Lebanese singer with a flair for performing in a broad vocal spectrum.

From an early age, Asmara had discovered a passion for music, having grown up in a musical family. With her father being a well-known artist, Asmara grew up in a nourishing environment that greatly encouraged an interest in music of all genres.
From the tender age of five, she was performing and dancing at school festivals.

Since her infancy, music has played an important role in her life. As well as over six years of piano lessons, Asmara was also taught to sing at both home and school. Subsequently, public performances have become significant features of her musical career to date.
Young, beautiful and professional… with an awe-inspiring voice, Asmara combines Oriental and Occidental influences. She learned several languages, including Arabic, French, English, Spanish, and Italian and has used them all in the course of her career.

Asmara’s first Arabic music video entitled 'Enta Enta', composed and distributed by Jean-Marie Riachi, lyrics by Mounir Bou Assaf and directed by Kamil Tanios, served as a first step into the local Lebanese music scene.
This release became one of the most requested music videos as soon as it was broadcasted on local and cable television channels, marking Asmara's talent in singing, playing and dancing.

“My first music video "Enta Enta", will always hold a special place in my heart”, says Asmara.
”I could muster a whole slew of words to describe what it was like to make my first single. Amazing is one. Frustrating is another. Incredible, painstaking, eye-opening, heart-wrenching-all of these fit.
I probably felt every emotion possible. There were times when I would get in front of the microphone to record and I would literally be bouncing on the balls of my feet in excitement.”

After her many successful appearances in major events in Lebanon, Jordan, Qatar, Bahrain, Syria, UAE, France and United Kingdom, and on many TV stations such as MBC, OTV, Dubai TV, Future TV, Al A'an TV among others, Asmara became a renowned singer who gives new dimensions to musical performance.

With Asmara's gift for singing, dancing and her passion for her music, it didn't take very long for her to catch the attention of the Lebanese superstar Ragheb Alama, who invited her to participate with him on his live appearance on the Taratata program, broadcast on Dubai TV.
Everything about Asmara is multi-dimensional: her penchant for fusing musical genres, her multi-faceted voice, and her contrasting personas.

What also makes her stand out is that she actually has two voices. She can produce a pop, contemporary sound, but she can also blossom out into a light soprano.

The second music video "Aal Halawa", composed by Nabil Abou Abdo and Elie Habib, arranged by Fadi Jiji and directed by Layal Rajha, highlighted the artist's charisma and talent.

Asmara’s third music video "Ash’ak" was directed by Joe Bou Eid, written by Assem Hussein and composed by Khaled El Bakri, one of the leading composers in the Arab world. This ballad video marks not only her remarkable ability of singing but also reveals her acting talent.

Her fourth music single "Hobbak Ma Kan Yhoun" was composed by Jad Al Katrib, written by Nicolas Hayek and arranged by Micheal Fadel.

Her 5th music video " Mashallah" was directed by Blake Farber, and filmed in Istanbul. It was composed by the Indian Composer Sajid/Wajid, written by Nabil Abou Abdo and and arranged by Jean-Marie Riachi.
This hit has been number one in many charts.

Asmara reflects, ”I dream of travelling, of becoming a better performer.
Yes, I dream of fame, but I also dream of staying grounded, keeping close friends, providing for my family.
My biggest wish, is to be happy, and frankly, as long as I get to keep doing what I love, I don't see how I couldn't be.”

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