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Sherine Abdel Wahab: the Good, and the Ugly

Sherine Abdel Wahab of Egypt is a rare gem, in persona, style and grace. No two people can disagree on her voice and her iconic status. She started as pop, but then she found her zen and found a way ...

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Mohamed Tharwat Rallies His Country Men

If you want to unite the people of Egypt all you need to do is bring up tow subjects, country and God. That’s why Mohamed Tharwat song Masretna has been around for ages and it will be because it hits ...

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Egypt was Also Great Before Mubarak

Amal Maher, the voice worthy of legends, the voice that thinks you are hearing a live concert in the 60 when the oldies were and are still goldies. A true star with an incredible voice that brings friends and foes ...

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Fired Up In Egypt w Amir Sulaiman, Ayah, Freeway,The Narcicyst, Omar Offendum

Yes, this is rap at its finest, a rap that truly fires you up and makes you want to attend a rally and shout to bring an end of the injustice you see. A number of A list Arab American ...

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Stars We Love: Omneya Soliman

I cannot say it enough times, Omneya Soliman is pure gold. Skeptics cannot help but fall for her voice and most importantly fall for the emotions she conveys in all her sons. About two years ago I came to learn ...

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The Sons of Egypt Sing For Freedom

The sons and daughters of Egypt are coming to sing for their country Egypt, they are not singing for politicians leaders nor parties…they are issuing a call for calm and peace, but this call seems coming form the gut, not ...

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Fayrouz Top 10 2013 Timeless Collection

Fayrouz, or Fairouz the one and only Lebanese diva that has reached the highest level of respect, love and fandom in Arabia. She is the voice of Lebanon that can never been silent. But she is also an Arab voice, ...

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Wadih El Safi, The Voice to Unite Lebanon

Wadee El Safi is an Arabian legend, a Lebanese icon who is responsible for enriching the Arabic music archive for more than 70 years. In other words, Wadee is one of the few things my grandpa, my dad and I ...

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Salah Al Kurdi Reminds Lebanon of What Matters

While everyone and their mother are talking about Egypt, thins are not looking too good elsewhere. I name Lebanon that does not have a government right now…but they do have millions of educated, talented, and sophisticated people. Few of those ...

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Tahira Hamamich & Hoda Saad Bring a Winner

Tahira Hamamich, the charismatic Moroccan contestant in the Star Academy (7th season) First song Aazrak as promised is a Moroccan dialect song, a very bold choice but a good one indeed, there are too many Lebanese and Egyptian pop songs. ...

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