Syrian superstar Assala Nasri is hard at work on her next album.
Nasri revealed Monday on Facebook that the album is almost finished and the first song will arrive in the coming days.
The acclaimed singer added that the cover of the album will be shot by photographer Youssef Nabil.
Nasri released her last album “La Tastaslim” (Do not Give Up) in September 2021.
In the album, she cooperated with a large number of poets and composers, including Badr Abdel Mohsen, Azouf, Muhammad Abu Nimah, Yasser Buali, Muhammad bin Abdulaziz, and Saudi bin Muhammad al-Abdullah al-Faisal.
The superstar is one of the best female singers in the Middle East. She was born in Damascus to a middle-class couple, her father Moustafa Nasry, was a well-known Syrian composer and singer.
The megastar began her musical career by performing patriotic, religious, and children’s songs when she was four years old.
She made her music debut with the 1991 album “Law Ta’rafou”. The album featured four songs in the oriental operatic tarab style.
It was an instant hit with heartbreaking songs like “Ya Sabra Yana” and “Samehtak Ketir”.
She quickly proved her presence in a growing industry brimming with new, young talent such as Saber Rebai, Angham, and Abdelmajeed Abdullah.
Nasri booked herself a place along with the Arab singing legends among great albums through two decades.
Among her most famous albums are “Eghdab” (Get angry), “Wala tessadda” (Do not believe), “Alby beyertahlak (My heart feels at home with you), “Ya mag-noun” (Oh madman), “Moshtaa’a” (I am missing you), ” Yameen Allah” (I swear), “Add al-horouf” (As much as letters), “Hayaaty” (My life), “Noss haala” (A half situation), and “Kanoun kaifek” (The law of your fancy).