Born in Casablanca, Asmae Lamnawar walked on the stage for the first time in 1995. She started her singing career when she took part in a national television production called, Angham. Asmae Lamnawar tried her hand in a multitude of activities and recorded the soundtracks to several Moroccan films. But it is in Egypt that Asmae made a name for herself. In 2002, the Cairo Opera house opens the way for her. She then releases her first album Wanari. In 2004, she records the duo Ashko Ayaman with the Iraqi singer Kadem Al Saher. Asmae then signs for the Rotana Label and releases in 2008 the album Men hena li bokra (From here to tomorrow). The third opus was released in 2009, with two duets: Al Mahkama (the court) with Kadem Al Saher and Khayna with Rashed Al Majid. In 2010, she releases her fourth opus.
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