Spotlight: Rhinos


Tanzanian born singer-songwriter star Aslay, joins forces with WildAid, Rockstar, OAS1SONE and over 80 African superstar singer-songwriters in a historic first-ever a world tour series of Premium Livestream Concerts, to lend their voices in support of Africa’s wildlife conservation, raise awareness for climate change and plastics pollution, and have their messaging, voices, music and live performances broadcast across several Pan African and global platforms.

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.

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.


WildAid and Rockstar are bringing together artists and musicians from across Africa by lending their voices to support wildlife conservation and have their messaging and music broadcast across several African and global platforms. Thank you for joining us in raising awareness of this important cause.


The Wild Africa Fund employs mass communications – such as the Music for Wildlife Concerts and Poaching Steals From Us All campaigns – to raise awareness of poaching, habitat loss and human wildlife conflict. It promotes wildlife tourism and carbon offset as sources of conservation and sustainable development funding. It promotes and directly supports local wildlife programs from offices in Cape Town, Lagos, Harare and Kigali and is running the programs previously under WildAid in South Africa, Nigeria and Zimbabwe.