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Samira Tawfik’s Best Hit Songs Are Here

I call her the dark pearl of Lebanese songs, the lady of Lebanon’s other people, the line that rocked hard and  the original mountain side vocalist, and the legendary singer who continues to inspire the career of dozens of young Lebanese singers Samira was not the hottest girl ...

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Nasr Mahrous and The Making (and Marketing) of Top Pop Stars

Sherine Abdelwahab, Tamer Hosny, Baha Sultan, Diab, Suma, Khalid Agag, Mohammed Foaud, Mohammed Mohie and a dozen more household name in Egyptian pop have all been branded and brough to the spotlight by one humble Egyptian man that goes with the name Nasr Mahrous, ...

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Best Of Mohamed Mounir “Voice Of Egypt” Live Concert

If you ever wanted a rock star personality, then you will find it with colorful Egyptian. He is the guy who take local music and makes it international with simple formula, make the music faster, but maintain the local flavor. ...

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The Egyptian Opera Warda Tribute With Khaled Selim

In a wonderful tribute night for the late Algerian diva Warda, the Algerian embassy and Egyptian singers planned this night to walk us through memory lane as the late singer’s music came to life with the voices of a host of Arab ...

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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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Best Of Walid Tawfik البوم افضل ما غنا وليد توفيق

 Turn back the clock to the 80s, 90s and the early 00s and you will find a legend for those times. Lebanese singer and composer Walid Tawfik is that legend. Few can hardly remember why they liked him, but most ...

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How Did Arabic Music Sounded Like In The 1920s?

Um Kalthoum recorded many songs in the 20s and early 30s. She was not a big name back then, but she was wrothy of being recorded. Frankly, we do not have many recordings Arabic music in that era. But from what we ...

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Elissa Cover Warda In “Lola Elmalama” Will It Work?

Warda passed away on May 17th 2012, But the Arab world is not done with Warda and her songs. It looks like Lebanese singer Elissa might be including a cover of one of Warda’s most beloved songs “lola Elmalama” If it wasn’t for ...

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ان كنت اسامح – ام كلثوم The Song That Made Oum Kalthoum’s Famous

Umm Kulthum is a star that compares to no one. She has her own category that where she rules as the sole royal. Her voice and style are only her own. But what made her the legend she has become ...

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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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