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Remember The 90’s? When We All Danced To This Song? Hamid and Hesham!

In one summer in the late 90’s we felt the spirit as this catchy duet was released and a music video came out to shower us with its sense of humor. Two pop dues who have been doing music for ...

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Five Pop Divas From That 80’s That Actually Retired

Amira quit the music business and she really meant it. Unlike Sandy and Sherine who said they would retire then when they got the attention they needed, they changed their minds and denied their decisions. I do not like that, ...

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Indie Rock Star Ramy Essam Goes To War! #‎Segn_Bel_Alwan‬ ‪#‎Malikah‬ ‪

Ramy Essam is done pretending things are fine in Egypt. The rebel singer activist just put the Egyptian regime to shame for its mistreatment of the youth, activists, and political figures who disagrees with its vision (assuming they had one ...

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Before She Retired Yasmeen Al Khayam Was A Music Legend

Celebrated music legend Mohammed Abdel Wahab made a lot of music for a lot of people. Here’s one particular song he composed for a little known artist. Her name is Yasmeen Al Khayyam and she was introduced to the masses ...

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Walid Toufic Still Got It! Releases New Album 2016

Lebanon’s 80’s playboy singer and actor Walid Toufic is our with a new album that has nine songs in it. The hit-maker and popular entertainer still has what it takes to lighten up the evening with his music and certainly ...

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Listen To The Most Covered Song On The Voice Is This Oldie

This is the number one song that is often considered the go to choice of songs that will blow away the judges. “Birdak Ya Khalqy”, or “With Your Blessing My Creator” a slow ballad song from the very old school ...

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Abdel Halim Hafez , The More You Know

The Egyptian Elves is a timeless icon and we only seem to grow fond of him, the more times passes. A heartthrob, a leading man in romantic movies, a celebrated singer are only few of his titles and job descriptions. But Abdel Halim Hafez ...

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National Dabke Festival – 2016

National Dabke Festival – 2016 The Moise Khayrallah Center for Lebanese Diaspora Studies, the Triangle Lebanese American Center and Dabketna.com are pleased to invite you to the 1st Annual National Dabke Festival. This event will feature dabke troupes from across ...

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The Time Sabah Sang in French And English

The late golden Lebanese diva did break many hearts and mend many more. We know her for her beloved Arabic classical songs that we so memorize and hear over and over on many of these singing competitions programs. But we ...

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The Egyptian Army Is Too Busy Making Movies “Lion of The Sinai” @EgyptianArmy_

So there are fewer people who find good things to say about the rotten army in Egypt. For starter, they run the government, control the economy and run sweatshops operated by slaves disguised as army officers. They even will take ...

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