#5 most-streamed Arab singer in MENA on Deezer
Nasri’s father was a composer and singer, and she began singing aged four. She kicked off her musical career in 1991 with her debut album “Law Ta’rafou,” and she has since released at least 22 albums. She sang the theme song “Qessas Al Sho’oub” for the cartoon show, “Hekayat Alamiyah.”
In 2020, Nasri released her “La Testaslem” album, which became the most-streamed album in Saudi Arabia and the third most-streamed album in MENA on Deezer last year. Overall she was also the platform’s fifth most-streamed Arab singer in MENA in 2020, and she was among the top 50 most-streamed Arab artists on Anghami. Nasri has over four million subscribers on YouTube, with her videos viewed more than 1.5 billion times as of March 25, 2021. She had over 30.6 million followers across Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram as of the end of 2020.