Aslay Isihaka Nassoro broadly known as Aslay, is a Tanzanian Bongo Flava and RnB artist. His hit tunes and pulling in verses have caught the consideration of numerous in Tanzania as well as in East Africa. He was once in the Tanzanian boyband Yamoto band before going for individual music.
Aslay Real Name
His real name is Aslay Isihaka Nassoro
Aslay is still a very young individual who was born on 6th May the year 1995 in Tanzania, and of 2019, Aslay is comfortably 24 years of age.
Aslay education is pending, will be updated soon.
Aslay was conceived in Tanzania to Tanzanian parents. His youth data isn’t unveiled to the general population yet. His mom Moza Mohamed passed away in 2015 at Temeke emergency clinic in Dar es Salaam because of hypertension. He was so crushed by her death since he has consistently been demonstrating his affection for her in his melodies. He is presently bringing up his own little girl Moza who was conceived in 2016.
Aslay Music Journey
The Nibebe hitmaker came into the spotlight in the wake of releasing his hit tune Naenda Kusema in 2011. The melody cleared his way into the Tanzanian music industry as a Bongo Flava musician. Together with Mbosso, Beka Flavor, Enock Bella and him, they led to the rise of Yamoto Band in 2013. As a band, they assumed control over the East Africa Music industry with incredible hits that kept them over graphs everywhere. The boyband individuals started having issues among themselves, and they consented to pursue their individual music projects in late 2017.
The administration of the band said it was some way or another difficult to deal with the individuals since others were more innovative and talented than the rest having an inclination that they were offering more to the band than the others. Aslay resolved to advance his melodic career, started discharging singles that were adored by his fans. He has been discharging hit after hit, and we just can’t get enough of him.
Aslay at Yamoto Band
The Yamoto band was a melodic band with a gathering of four young people from Tanzania. The group did emerge around 2014, and they split in mid-2017. The band comprised of Aslay, Marombosso, Beka, and Enock Bella. They landed with a blast in the Tanzanian music industry discharging hits, for example, Ya Moto, Cheza Kwa Madoido, Niseme nisiseme, Nitakupwelepweta, Su featuring Ruby, Nitajuta and Mama which made them known in the East Africa Region and the entire of Africa on the loose.
The band’s name started as Mkubwa na Wanawe Outfit before rebranding to Yamoto. Their split stunned numerous as they were doing so well delivering hits after hits. Aslay who was the foundation of Yamoto was generally accused of the band’s part by his kindred individuals. They said that the Pusha hitmaker recorded a tune without concurring with his different individuals and was in the arrangement of discharging it as an independent musician.
Aslay children and Girlfriend
The musician acquainted his better half Tessy Chocolate with his fans in 2016. Tessy had a tattoo of his name on her had. The two respected their girl together in 2016. She was named Moza after Aslay’s late mother. Unfortunately, their affection didn’t last as the two separated in 2018, referring to hopeless contrasts. He said they commonly consented to cut off their association and bring up their little girl together. The vocalist has not acquainted another woman with his fans yet, and we can expect he is single and prepared to concentrate on his music and to bring up his little girl. He as of late admitted to having sired another tyke with a Kenyan woman during a meeting making him a dad of two.
Aslay bought a house for his mother before she died. He also owns a luxurious house which he built after his mother passed away and he is also a proud owner of various apartments in Tanzania Dar e salaam.
Artists Aslay has collaborated with in Songs
Yamoto Band former members
Usiitie ndoa doa ft Khadija Kopa
Mahabuba ft Nandy
Tete ft Osama
Subalkheri ft Nandy
Nasubiri Nini ft Bahati
Anibembeleze ft Q chief
Bembea ft Alikiba
Eda ft Rich mavoko, Gnako