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DOWNLOAD: Ramy Essam 2012 Mini Album مينى البوم رامى عصام – المسلة

As far as Egypt protest music is concerned, Ramy Essam is king of that land. Ramy is an award winging dude with a guitar and a cause. He was one of few singers who did not buy the crap from the army ...

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Hopefull Hany Adel – Dawar Benafsak هاني عادل – دور بنفسك

Hany Adel is one of the main driving forces behind the indie music scene in Egypt. He is one of those brainy yet charming talented musicians who know how to get things done. Even though Hany has his won band, he lends his voice ...

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مكملين هشام الجخ Hisham Gakh Egypt’s Poet Of The Moment

Hisham Gakh won the title of “Prince Of Poets” as the streets of Egypt were boiling and as Mubarak was being shown the door. He came from a small town and won the hears of his people and the rest ...

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Orphan Song By Maher Zain

Orphans are God’s favorite little kids. Prophet Muhammad–himself an orphan asked us to be kind to them. There are too many rule in Islam about orphans and how one is not supposed to steal their money or try to mistreat them. ...

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Ali Hajjar And When The Prisoners Laugh

Ali Hajjar is one of the most notable vocalists in Egypt. The man with opera worthy voice has bee making visits to the house of opera for decades now. He has also been recording soundtrack songs for most famous Egyptian movies and ...

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Ahmed Shawqy, The Singer Who Loved Egypt

There was once a legendary Egyptian poet that was named Ahmed Shawqy, he is Egypt’s number one poet and his poems are considered gems in the Egyptian and the Arab literature. But since this not the time of legends, we have a new comer with the same ...

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Ahmad Dari’s New Song For The Prisoners

The Jerusalem based Palestinian singer who has been lampooning all the obscure in Palestine politics is back with a short song dedicated to the striking Palestinian prisoners. It’s one for solidarity, a shout in the dark using the first person ...

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لسانك حصانك – مريم صالح Maryam Saleh: Your Tongue Is Your Shield

Talking too much might be one of Egypt’s main problems. It seems that everybody now has turned democracy into chaos. Everyone has an opinion, which is cool, but then the troubles start when they start mistaking their opinions are facts. This is why there are ...

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Haitham Nabil And The New Egyptian Citizen

I know I have called Egyptian singer Haitham Nabil the first mainstream singer to release a song for the January 25th revolution. He did is before it was hip and certainly it was not all that safe to sing. I ...

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Spoken Word Artist Shames The Egyptian Army

Many in Egypt are frustrated and disappointed with the continued death of protesters in Egypt. Sometimes they blame the thugs, but the police and the army are the only ones with guns. So it’s hard to blame anyone but those who are supposed to be ...

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