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There are four known artists with this name:

1) A third culture urban pop/R&B singer from Japan.
2) A Latvian pop singer who competed at the 2010 Eurovision Song Contest.
3) A Dutch singer/ rapper.
4) A British reggae singer, real name Pamela Ross
5) A Danish Soul singer (http://www.aishaarts.com/AISHA/AISHA.html)

1) AISHA (real name unknown), born January 31, 1990, is an urban and R&B artist from Japan. She debuted in December 2010 with the release of her first extended play, "AISHA.EP".

Born between an American father and a Japanese mother, AISHA started off with a musical background, learning modern ballet and jazz dance from the age of three to twelve. At the same time, she started taking vocal lessons which opened her up to gospel, standard and classical music. This gave her the opportunity to achieve one of the highest scores at the Kanto Plain Solo and Ensemble Festival.

AISHA performed at Billboard Tokyo as a guest singer for Guru from Gangstarr, the hip hop legend that represented the 90’s. She also collaborated with the best selling house DJ/ producer in Japan, Makai in the mini album, "Legend".

2) Aisha (born Aija Andrejeva, 16 January 1986, Ogre, Latvia) is a Latvian singer.
After failed attempts in 2008 & 2009, Aisha was finally chosen to represent Latvia at the 2010 Eurovision Song Contest with the song What For?. Unfortunately Aisha failed to make the final after finishing last in the first Semi-Final.

3) More info coming soon.

4) Aisha, (born Pamela Ross in 1962, Wolverhamption, England) is a roots reggae singer. She began singing at the age of eight, building up a strong local following before beginning her recording career.
In 1979, she successfully auditioned for the band Capital Letters as a backing vocalist. She went solo in 1984 and was soon introduced to Mad Professor, and after a few singles, Mad Professor produced her debut album, High Priestess in 1988. A second album, Daughters of Zion appeared in 1993, with further albums in the years that followed. In 2003 The Daily Telegraph described her as "a female Bob Marley".


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