Aseel Omran

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Aseel Omran
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Background information
Born (1989-11-12) November 12, 1989 (age 27)
Khobar, Saudi Arabia
Genres Arabic Music
Occupation(s) Singer
Years active 2007 - present

Aseel Omran (Arabic: أسيل عمران‎‎) is a Saudi Arabian singer who rose to fame not only in Saudi Arabia but also in other countries in the Middle East when she entered the reality show Gulf Stars and Heya wa Huwa, which means Her and Him.[1] She has signed onto Rotana, the Arab World's largest record label.

Aseel Omran was born on November 12, 1989 in Khobar. Her family is from Qatif and moved to Khobar because her father was working in the military. She is the sister of Media Presenter Lojain Omran. She entered the reality TV show "Gulf Stars" to spark her rise to stardom. Later on, she got married to the Bahraini television broadcaster Khaled Al-Shaer. Aseel’s young age and baby-face made her the first youth star in Saudi Arabia.

She is said to have a charismatic personality and a unique talent according to her fans, who are always chasing her news. On July 25, 2007, Aseel witnessed the release of her first album entitled “Khajlanah”, to inaugurate her singing career. The album introduced her to a larger audience. In 2008, it was time to release her second album "Allah Yhannini", produced and distributed by the Saudi label Rotana Records.

On September 23, 2010, the Middle East Broadcasting Center (MBC) started airing the first reality show "Huwa Wa Heya" (He & She), which is a 24/7 view of Aseel Omran’s and her husband Khaled Alsaher’s day to day actions. In 2011, she released her third album "Mo Bessahel".

On 9th June 2016 Aseel in collaboration with RedOne released music video of the hugely popular 'RedOne ft. Enrique Iglesias, Aseel and Shaggy | Don't You Need Somebody'. The song catapulted Aseel to the top of Arabic music charts and cemented her place as a music superstar in the Arab World.

Discography[edit]

Studio Allbums[edit]

  • 2007: Khajlanah
  • 2008: Allah Yhannini
    • Gaweya
    • Tammenni
    • El Mushkela
    • La Tehremeh
    • Allah Yhannini
    • Yaani Kida
    • Anani
    • Aala Yedinek
    • Mawetoni
    • Warak
  • 2011: Mo Bessahel

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