Asalah Nasri, the legendary Syrian singer that has a voice of an angel insists on focusing heavely on releasing Gulf region themed albums. On a business sense, this is a good decsion, but she risks alinating her fans for have listened to her for the past 15 years and so. I know the Gulf dialect is about the only region that is still purchasing their music albums as apposed to downloading them off the internet. The good people of the gulf are still buying concert tickets and Asalah and her team know that. I know few hate her for her personal life story, some hate her for constant fights with other female singers, but at the end of the day most of us agree on her one of a kind voice–even if it’s at time seems to be commercialized
I love to hate the album, but you know what there are really good tracks on it, do not take my work for it…listen to this, it just does not get any better than this…really Asalah is making money while adding to her career and enriching the Gulf dielct in the process. You cannot hate that.
asalah – ela mata 2010 “Till When”
اصالة – الى متى
I love the energy, the music and notes. It’s not breaking news to recognize that Asalah has been one of the best female voices in the Arab world (Angham is the other voice); they both have maanged to be relevant and consistently good.
Here are the list for the tracks on the album with 9 tracks you will find what you are looking for:
01 – Qanon Kifak
02 – Ela Mata
03 – Shof 3ozr
04 – Sharha o 3atab
05 – Bas De2i2a
06 – Te3ebt Aradiek
07 – Shakhs Yotaham
08 – Sem o 3asal
09 – Ya Rasy El Ta3ab