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Aida ElAyouby, the Greatest Egyptian Comeback

There is nothing Egyptians love more than a good song that speaks volumes of their beloved country. One of those Egyptian classic sons is Ala Baly, by popular singer Aida ElAyouby who performed this song with all the right notes ...

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Loving Egypt 1973 Style!

Listen to this gem of a song by Fayaza Ahmad, the singer of the 60s, and 70s who needs no introduction, she declared her love of Egypt, Man either nothing has changed or her song just sounds right at this ...

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Shadya Supports The Revolution Against Her Wishes

Shadya, the Egyptian legendary singer turned actress has quit singing more than 25 years ago. But the people have never quit her. She has always been the popular singer that not two people can disagree on. She was what Nancy ...

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Khalid Al Sawy is My Hero

Khalid Al Sawy is man who had the courage to stand against the Mubarak regime. He is an influencer who did all he could to unseat Mubarak. Not only did he criticize the dictator. He lead protests and shouted against ...

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Latifa in Better Times @ Qartag (Carthage)

Back in 2007 all seemed quite on the Carthage 2007 music festival–an annual music festival that brings the A list singers performers from around the globe. But the only major Tunisian singer to appear the most during this traditional festival ...

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If This Fairoz Song Doen’t Move You, You Must Be Dead

Enough has been said about the dreamiest voice that has ever walked on this earth, her voice is the voice of water slipping on some tropical leave, then gently falling on your face to wake you up, this is how ...

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The 70s Arabic Epic Revolution Song

With all those songs we have been hearing the last few weeks about how awesome these young Arab men who took to the streets to bring about change and get rid of the old guard and its corruption riddled regime. ...

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Najat Al Saghira: Oldies But Goldies

Say, Najat Al Saghira and chances any Arab woman will think happy thoughts and think of the good times when she heard the warm and dreamy voice of this iconic Egyptian singer–she is the sister of Soad Hosny, another iconic ...

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The Music of Gamal Abdel Nasser

If you are an Arab, you are either a big fan of Nasser, the historic and beloved Egyptian president. you either love him or hate him. If you hate him, you must be either a loyalist to King Farouk or ...

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Angham, A Fixture of Egyptian Music

Angham, the Egyptian singer that has engaged Arabs listeners in good Arabic music for more than two decades….the daughter of a musician who took her under her wings and gave her a top of the line musical training that served ...

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