Asma Lamnawar (Arabic: أسماء المنور; born 25 July 1978) is a Moroccan singer. She made her singing debut in 1995 with "Angham", a festival produced by Moroccan Radio and TV, where she won the prize for best interpretation, though she delayed beginning her musical career until 2002. She has recorded music for Moroccan television serials and films. She toured with the ensemble "Oriental Mood" in Denmark, Sweden and especially in Egypt.
Her first album, "ناري" ("Fiery"), was released in 2002. "شي عادي" ("Something Normal") was released by Art-Jazeera Saudi Arabia in 2005, and she sang a duet with Abu the same year. She signed to Rotana in 2008, and released an album "من هنا لبكره" ("Men Hina L Bukhra") with them the same year. Another album (Rouh) was released with Rotana in 2010. Asma released the album Sabiya in 2017 produced by Rotana.
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