Belief/Faith” as the name suggests Aastha Tamang Maskey is truly a light of hope and faith in Nepali Music Industry. Being one of the youngest female singer and songwriter she is also a sound engineer by profession. She did her graduation in Toronto,Canada from the Independent Music Production program at Toronto’s Seneca College (2008) and the Audio Engineering Program at the Harris Institute of Toronto (2011). She started writing music from an early age of 14.She has released her debut album titled “Sabai Thikai Huncha” in 2009 (Kathmandu), and came out with her second Nepali album “Ma Ek Sapana” in June,2012.
“Gotta be love”, “jhutyo satya”, “ghaam ko sano tukra”, “khula aakash”,”muskuraera”,etc are some of her greatest hits. She has also been awarded with numerous musci awards. “Jhuto Satya” received a nomination for “Best Rock Vocal Performance” on Image Awards 2009. She was also awarded with the “Best Pop Female Vocalist” award at Radio Kantipur’s Music Honours in 2010.
Young and charismatic Aastha Tamang Maskey has performed in popular and prominent concert venues all around the world such as The Metro (Sydney, Australia) , The Coronet Theatre (London, UK), The Hi-Fi (Melbourne, Australia), Café Life and Loud (Sikkim, India), The Horseshoe Tavern (Toronto, Canada), The Opera House (Toronto, Canada), and The Hard Rock Café (Boston, USA).
Here is a video of her performing live alongside musical giants of Nepal Kutumba and Jindaabad. Enjoy..