Nazifi Asnanic (born is a popular singer in the Hausa film industry from Kano. He attended Islamic school, primary, secondary in Rumfa College and Federal College of Education in Kano.
Nazifi Abdulsalam Yusuf (born Nazifi Abdulsalam Yusuf AKA Nazifi Asnanic from Kano, Nigeria on January 8, 1985), known by his stage name Nazifi Asnanic, is a Nigerian singer-songwriter and record producer. Often referred to as the Golden Voice, Nazifi is recognized as one of the most successful Hausa artists of all-time.
A native of Kano, Asnanic began performing during the early 2000. In 2003, Nazifi went solo with the album Dawo Dawo. He is known for a collection of major hit singles including “Amina”, “Murjanatu”, “Kwankwaso Dawo Dawo”, “Labarina”, “Mai Gadon Zinare”, and the hip-hopera “Jai-Jani”. In 2008, Nazifi won three Awards for “Amina”.
Asnanic has written, produced, and remixed songs for many artists including and for numerous Hausa movies such as Dawo Dawo, Jani-Jani and others in Nigeria and abroad.
The Kannywood has recognized Asnanic as one of the best-selling music artists in Northern Nigeria with million albums sold as well as videos at the top 50 of list. In March 2011, Asnanic was named the most successful Hausa artist of the last 10 years by Kannywood. Nazifi has released 10 studio albums, sold million albums in Nigeria, 15 million singles, and over 54 million albums worldwide making him the most successful Hausa male artist of millennium.