<h4>Rotana Production Company dropped on Monday Syrian megastar, Assala\u2019s new music video \u201cWallah W Tifaragna\u201d, on its YouTube channel.<\/h4>\r\nIt is by the lyrics of Shumook Alagla and composed by Yasser Abo Ali. The footage featured Lebanese actor <a href="https:\/\/www.imdb.com\/name\/nm5001213\/#:~:text=Nicolas%20Mouawad%20is%20a%20Lebanese,Saabe'%20Gaar%20(2017)." target="_blank">Nicolas Mouawad<\/a> as a model.\r\n\r\n\u201cWallah W Tifaragna\u201d arrives from her new Khaliji (Gulf) album \u201c<a href="https:\/\/see.news\/everything-you-need-to-know-about-assalas-new-album\/" target="_blank">La Tastaslim<\/a>\u201d (Do not Give Up).\r\n\r\nThe album consists of 20 songs.\r\n\r\nIn the new album, Assala cooperates 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.\r\n\r\nhttps:\/\/youtu.be\/kl52W_73_vM\r\n\r\nSyrian megastar\u2019s last released album is \u201cFi Orbak\u201d, which was released in August 2019.\r\n\r\nIt will be her first studio album to be released after splitting from her former husband Palestinian-American film director, <a href="https:\/\/en.wikipedia.org\/wiki\/Tarek_Al_Eryan" target="_blank">Tarek Al Eryan<\/a>.\r\n\r\nIt is worth mentioning that Assala Mostafa Hatem Nasri, most commonly known as Assala, is a Syrian singer and TV host.\r\n\r\nShe was born in Damascus to a middle-class couple, her father Moustafa Nasry, was a well-known Syrian composer and singer.\r\n\r\nThe megastar began her musical career by performing patriotic, religious, and children\u2019s songs when she was four years old.\r\n\r\nAssala sang the theme song \u201cQessas al-Sho\u2019oub (Stories of People\u201d) of the cartoon show \u201cHekaayat \u2018aalamiyah\u201d (Global tales).\r\n\r\n[caption id="attachment_133882" align="aligncenter" width="916"]<img class="wp-image-133882 size-full" src="https:\/\/see.news\/wp-content\/uploads\/2020\/06\/maxresdefault.jpg" alt="Assala Nasri" \/> Assala Nasri[\/caption]\r\n\r\nIn 1986, her father passed away in a fatal car accident after suffering from internal bleeding. Aged 17, she helped her mother in taking care of her siblings, Reem, Amaany, Ayman, and Ayham.\r\n\r\nAssala made her musical debut in 1993 with \u201cLaw te\u2019rafou\u201d (If you know). The album had 4 songs in the oriental operatic TARAB style composed by great Egyptian composers. The album was an instant hit with heartbreaking songs like \u201cYa sabra yana\u201d (How patient I am), and \u201dSamehtak ketir\u201d (I forgave a lot).\r\n\r\nShe quickly cemented her presence in a growing industry brimming with new, young talents like Najwa Karam, Saber Rebai, Angham, and Abdelmajeed Abdullah.\r\n\r\nAssala booked herself a place along with the Arab singing legends among great albums through two decades.\r\n\r\nAmong her most famous albums are \u201cEghdab\u201d (Get angry), \u201cWala tessadda\u201d (Do not believe), \u201cAlby beyertahlak (My heart feels at home with you), \u201cYa mag-noun\u201d (Oh madman), \u201cMoshtaa\u2019a\u201d (I am missing you), \u201d Yameen Allah\u201d (I swear), \u201cAdd al-horouf\u201d (As much as letters), \u201cHayaaty\u201d (My life), \u201cNoss haala\u201d (A half situation), and \u201cKanoun kaifek\u201d (The law of your fancy).