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Nagwan Shines A Light On “Agaby” by Salah Jahin

Ramadan is a magical time, especially at night. Now, Ramadan is almost over, the the music networks are getting ready to go back to their “wicked” ways of attracting viewers with sex and lies. But since the month is not over yet, they have ...

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Basic “T’abla” Or Arabic Drum With Josef Attieh

It’s a 6000 years old musical instrument, and it happens to be very popular around the globe, we know it as the drum in Arabic, it’s T’abla “الطبلة” It’s the one instruments that most Arab know how to play, even older ladies. It’s ...

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Abdel Halim Hafez, the Boy Who Made Arabic Music Accessible

At his time, he was a lightweight, but now we come to see him as a legend. Singer and actor Abdel Halim Hafez came in a time when the stage with loaded with people who make beautiful Arabic music accompanied by live orchestras and musicians who make true ...

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Mahmoud El Mohandes Rings In Ramadan 2012 محمود المهندس – رمضان بيخبط

Ramadan is the time we pray, eat, sleep, pray, read the holy book, and then over eat. But in between, there are those awesome Ramadan songs talking about food and daily rituals and dishes. I like such songs, they help create an atmosphere of excitement especially for ...

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Good: Hisham El Hajj – Eza Allah Aatany / هشام الحاج – إذا الله أعطاني

Hisham El Hajj is one of those rare Lebanese singers who is well known for his very strong voice–the mountain side voice if you will. He roars just like most Lebanese songs require. He also strikes me as a humorous guy who like a a laugh–it really shows in ...

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This Is What Passes For Oriental Nights In Lebanon

This is the 6th time this music festival takes place in Lebanon! They bring only Lebanese singers to party with the massive crowds who are hungry for music and good times. I find most of the music acts have to say something or sing about Lebanon–a ...

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A Tale Of A Citizen By Noha Taha Throwback To Old School Arabic Music

No other Arab county can turn out a new and exciting vocalist every day of the week year around as much as Egypt can. When you are in a country of 90 millions, you can do that. I am always ...

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Speechless! Teenage Dream Cover By Marwan Anwer – Katy Perry

Teenage Dream is a global hit song that brought many fans and dollars to American songstress Katy Perry. Many did covers of this super catchy pop song, one cover rendered me speechless. It was done with a lute. It took a young Egyptian to bring ...

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Epic Song On Friendship And Betrayal

Friendship means different things to different people. Rich people look at it in a different way that most poor people. By the same token Arabs have a completely different expectations from friendship than Western ones. Friendship is about us most of them time. Enough about that, there are so ...

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Salah Alzadjali Delivers A Hit After Another

The country of Oman never had a pop star, and they could have never imagined having one of their own doing pop songs or any kind of songs at all. But then all of a sudden a young, charismatic and good looking ...

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